Combine the fun of throwing a flying disc with the challenge of golf, and you get disc golf. This activity is fun for participants of almost any age and ability. Simply throw your disc toward the designated basket. Like golf, you get one point for each throw and the lowest score wins.
Disc golf is a perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon, and Three Rivers has some of the best venues in the metro area. Courses at Bryant Lake Regional Park, Elm Creek Park Reserve and Hyland Hills Ski Area offer scenic views and challenging holes. In addition to the 18 and nine-hole courses which require a pass to play, Lake Minnetonka Regional Park and Hyland Lake Park Reserve also offer three-hole practice areas which do not require a pass.
Check course pages for hours.
Bryant Lake: 18 holes (open)
Elm Creek: 18 holes (open)
Hyland Hills: 18 holes/nine holes (18 holes open; nine holes currently closed)
Hyland Visitor Center: Three holes (closed)
Lake Minnetonka Regional Park: Three holes (closed)
Baker Campground: Two holes (open year-round)
Course availability is dependent on weather and course conditions. Pass required at 18- and nine-hole courses, but not at practice areas.
- A daily pass is $7 plus tax, is good for one round of play and is non-transferable.
- Passes may be purchased online during the season.
- A one-time credit of the price of a daily disc golf pass can be applied to the cost of an annual pass when purchased by mail at Three Rivers Park District, 3000 Xenium Lane N., Plymouth, MN 55441.
- Annual passes are $50 plus tax.
- Passes may also be purchased online or by calling 763-559-6700.
- If you purchase your pass online, you will receive a confirmation receipt via email which will serve as your seven-day temporary pass. You can expect to receive your recreation pass card in the mail in about one week.
- If you already have a recreation pass card, any newly purchased annual pass will be immediately added to your card.
- Passes may be used at any Three Rivers Parks disc golf course and are valid for twelve months from the date purchased.
Recreation pass cards can be replaced if lost or damaged for a fee of $5 plus tax. Call 763-559-6700 to request a replacement card.
Disc rental is available at Bryant Lake and Elm Creek courses.
At Three Rivers, we believe everyone belongs in the parks. The Recreation Pass Plus includes free equipment rentals and recreation passes, and discounts on programs and events. It is available for families and individuals who are experiencing financial difficulty and live in Hennepin County.
Programs & Events
Upcoming disc golf programs and events.
Other Things To Do
Stationary ranges at Elm Creek and Carver Park Reserve offer targets at a variety of distances, as well as a shooting tower. Or test your marksmanship with a walk-through range featuring multiple shooting stations. Open year-round.
Geocaching is a family-friendly, high-tech treasure hunt that combines respect for the environment with a sense of adventure.
Three Rivers operates 63 holes of golf with driving ranges across the Twin Cities metro area. With scenic courses designed to challenge all levels of ability, you won't have to drive far to get your fix. Come practice your swing or round up a foursome and play a friendly round at one of our six locations:
It’s easy to feel like a kid again in Three Rivers, where you'll find some of the best sledding hills in town. Just bundle up and grab a sled for hours of exhilarating fun.
If you like sledding, you’ll love snow tubing at the Winter Recreation Area at Elm Creek. Ride a moving sidewalk up a hill 10 stories high and then soar back down on a specially designed inner tube. Once you get to the bottom, do it all over again.
Advance reservations are strongly encouraged; please check availability online before coming to the hill. Reservations can be made online or by calling our reservations office at 763-559-6700.
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