At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

The beautiful thing about disc golf is that it can be played by people of all abilities. It is truly a family friendly activity, and a perfect pairing with a camping trip. You are most likely to find state park campgrounds with disc golf, but there are also private campgrounds that offer it.

Here are a few campgrounds with disc golf courses, if you want to add a dimension of competition and fun to your next camping trip:

Delaware State Park, OH

Delaware State Park has almost 1,700 acres of woodlands and meadows. The disc-golf course, one of many activities offered at this park, has 18 holes and is free to use.





Delaware State Park is one of many campgrounds with disc golf courses in the area.

Delaware State Park, OH

Milo McIver State Park, OR

This campground is on the Clackamas River with some stunning views of Mt. Hood. It’s less than an hour from Portland and has a 27-hole disc golf course.

Campgrounds with disc golf courses: Milo McIver State Park, OR

Milo McIver State Park, OR

Apple River Family Campground, WI

The Apple River in Wisconsin is known for tubing, but the family friendly Apple River Family Campground also has a 9-hole frisbee golf course.

Campgrounds with disc golf courses: Apple River Family Campground, WI

Apple River Family Campground, WI

Hickory Run State Park, PA

This large, 16,000-acre state park is at the foothills of the Pocono Mountains. Activities include hiking, swimming, fishing, even geocaching, and a 19-hole course for disc golf players.

Campgrounds with disc golf courses: Hickory Run State Park, PA

Hickory Run State Park, PA


Have you stayed at any campgrounds with disc golf courses? Let us know your favorite.


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  • Sarah Smith

    Sarah Smith

    Sarah is The Dyrt's Co-founder. Growing up hiking, canoeing, and camping in the north woods of Minnesota, The Dyrt is a natural extension of her life experiences. She has traveled to over 40 countries and trekked in Nepal, biked the United Kingdom, and climbed Mt Fuji. An avid camper, Sarah now lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband Kevin (the other Co-founder of The Dyrt), and the original #DyrtDog, Brandy.