About Disc Golf Courses – multiple

With more than a dozen courses within city limits, and even more beyond, the St. Cloud Area has any kind of course for any level of player. Enjoy the open air, wooded, or riverside courses to suit your mood!

  • Airborn Preserve – Eagle Drive, Clearwater, MN 55320: Includes three 18 hole courses – the par 61 Timberwolf, the shorter but still challenging Lynx, and the beginner’s and casual course, Red Fox. The Preserve is the number one rated course in Minnesota according to Udisc ratings. 
  • Becker City Park – 10565 City Rd 23 SE, Becker; 18 hole championship course. This course shares with a Horse trail. Flying discs can freak out the horse; however the horses are rare and a few minute break watching horses go by adds to the course experience.
  • Benton Beach – 130 125th St NW, Rice: 18 hole course. Rice Benton Beach Course is one of the newest course in central Minnesota
  • Calvary Hill – Cooper Ave, & Traverse Rd, St Cloud
    18 hole course. Calvary was the second course put in the St. Cloud area. It started out as a good 12 hole course and then expanded into a 18 hole
  • Clearwater I Pleasant Regional Park – 10909 90th SW, Annandale; 18 hole course.  2 tee pads for most holes, short and long. I suggest playing one round long and one round short for an enjoyable 24 round. Hole #2 is harder from the short! From #2 short you have the option of hyzering around the tubes rather than shooting them. The fairways are quite fair
  • Collegeville I St John’s Abby – 37 South College Ave, Collegeville: 9 hole course. Begins on the top of the sledding hill by the large rock. Most of the land is left in natural habitat, which means a lot of rough, but it is very pretty and close to campus. Recommend pants and/or bug spray until the first frost.
  • Foley High School – 621 Penn St, Foley: 9 hole course. 6 open holes and 3 with trees and elevation.
  • Hidden Lake Park – 23215 43rd Ave. St Augusta: 18 hole championship course. Open from May till October, parking and access to the park can always be had from the fire hall. The course wraps around a lake and comes out behind the fire hall at hole #13. Be sure to bring bug spray.  The course is tight, and yes you will be in pain if you need to go searching for you disc. The upside is that all the pain is caused by raspberry bushes so if you need a snack they should be ripe mid to late summer!
  • Mayhew Creek Park – 1835 Osauka Rd. NE, Sauk Rapids: 18 hole championship course. Dual course designed as a dual tee, dual pin Blue/Gold course. A links style design characterized by length (3 holes over 700′). Mainly open with woods and elevation on several holes and a stream in play on a couple of holes.
  • Millstream Park – 101 5th Ave NW, St Joseph: 18 hole course.  Probably the best course in the St. Cloud area! Mill Stream has real water hazards, several elevation changes, open and wooded holes some short, medium and long holes; it has everything!
  • Mississippi River Park – 413th St, St Stephen: 18 hole course. Fairly flat with mature trees. Both tight and open shots. Shot placement critical. Hole 7 is the signature hole. Tee Pads: Grass – 1 per hole. Holes: 12 Mixed – Short: 6 Medium: 5 Long: 1
  • North Park – 35905 219th Ave, Albany: 9 hole course. Fairly open layout reminiscent of the first 5 holes at Millstream. The course has 9 Mach5 baskets with dual trapezoidal concrete tee’s similar in size to those at Millstream. It was designed to offer a full 18 hole round by making two circuits of the course.
  • Pine Ridge – 175th St NW, Royalton: 9 hole course. On the SE portion of the Royalton High School property. 1st tee at the right field corner of the varsity softball field. The course runs through thick pines and open grass meadows as it circles back to the first tee. Fairly tight fairways with some elevation change.
  • River’s Edge Park – 130 Great Oak Dr, Waite Park: 12 hole course. Very nice 9 hole course with dual tee pads. Quite challenging from the longs.
  • Riverside Park – 1800 SE Kilian Blvd, St Cloud: 18 hole course.  Riverside is the first permanent course in St. Cloud. It’s a great course! Cut grass, well designs fairways etc. It is crowed, especially on Friday evening; be prepared to wait.
  • Rum River – 2nd St NW and 4th Ave NW, Milaca: 9 hole course. 18 tees play to 9 baskets. Water in play on 5 holes. Holes 4 & 5 play over the Rum River.
  • Sportsmans Hill – 20871 County Highway 75, Clearwater: 18 hole course. Heavily wooded with elevation changes on many holes. Both nines begin from parking lot. KOA directly across the road.