Trailside Disc Golf Course


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Course Description:
Trailside Disc Golf Course is 9-holes and arranged on a sagebrush hillside at Trailside Park. Our natural mountain desert landscape offers a mix of very fun longer downhill shots, uphill challenges, great exercise and gorgeous views of the Wasatch Back. 

Each hole has legit birdie potential for veteran players and the lack of tall obstacles makes it a fun place for beginners to learn to play. There aren’t many trees, but players should be cautious of wildlife (elk, deer, rabbits and off-leash dogs), mountain bikers, mid-day winds and thick sagebrush outside of fairways. You’ll want to stay in fairways as much as possible to save time hunting for discs as they can be difficult to find once the sage grows in. 

While it can get hot without trees and shade during July and August, this course is beautiful during spring and fall whether you’re playing or just hiking around. The course is playable year-round but does have snow in winter months and disc tails are recommended. Please follow signs and stay on established trails as much as possible. Use the trash cans located at Hole 1, Hole 3, Hole 5 and Hole 6. 

We will do our best to contact phone numbers on recovered discs, so be sure to write your info on your discs. Thank you for helping Basin Recreation promote this fun, safe and clean addition to our park and community!

Give us your feedback on www.discgolfscene.com or stop into our Basin Recreation Admin Office at the park anytime.    

Parking: Convenient parking is available in the upper parking lot of the Trailside Park (5715 Trailside Drive, Park City, UT 84098)

Hole Descriptions: 

Hole 1:
Par 3 - 260ft

Hole 2:
Par 3 - 250ft

Hole 3:
Par 3 - 285ft

Hole 4:
Par 3 - 520ft

Hole 5:
Par 3 - 330ft

Hole 6:
Par 3 - 185ft

Hole 7:
Par 3 - 250ft

Hole 8:
Par 4 - 575ft

Hole 9:
Par 3 - 325ft


General Policies:

  1. Trailside Disc Golf Course is an unsupervised facility. You assume the risk of injury that may occur while playing the course.
  2. Look before you throw! Be aware of wildlife and other trail users at all times.
  3. Stay on marked trails when moving from the end of one hole to the next. walking off trail destroys natural vegetation. 
  4. Follow all directional trail signage.
  5. Modifications of trails or features is strictly prohibited. 
  6. Please utilize all recycling and waste containers.
Notes: Park hours are dawn until dusk every day.