There’s a growing number of disc golf courses across the Maritimes, if we’ve missed one below, please send us an email and we’ll add it to the directory.

New Brunswick

Odell Park Disc Golf Course, Fredericton – New Brunswick’s first public Disc Golf Park, a nice 9 hole, 18 tee pad course that can be played and enjoyed by all levels of payer.

Beech Hill Park Disc Golf Course – Established in 2015, an 18 hole course located in the beautiful Beech Hill Park in Sackville NB. This course has a variety of challenging wooded and open holes, a little something for everyone. Located at a former Provincial Camp Ground this course utilizes the park’s old roads, hiking trails and open fields. (the roads are no longer in use with the exception of a bylaw officer once a day; if the gate is open, do not drive in) 

Nova Scotia

The Links at Lockhart & Ryan Park, New Minas – “The Links at Lockhart & Ryan Park” is Nova Scotia’s first public- 18-hole-basketed course.  It is free to play, and discs may be borrowed from New Minas Recreation.

Pugwash Disc Golf, Pugwash –  A great blend of shots around a large pond with lots of elevation and trees.

Hammonds Plains Disc Golf Course –  Short course on private land but open to the public. Please be respectful to the owner Mr. Kynock and his dog Brutus. The course makes use of seldom used roads, open areas under power lines, trails and woods. Currently playable but still undergoing some development. Bring the map to help navigation. Be mindful of stumps and branches that are sticking out of the chicken manure to the right of hole 4.

Prince Edward Island

Hillcrest Farm Disc Golf, Bonshaw – Hillcrest Farm disc golf course is a private course located on 40 acres in the scenic rolling hills of Bonshaw, Prince Edward Island, Canada. The course is championship quality. It was designed by premier course designer John Houck of Austin Texas.

Strathgartney Provincial Park, Bonshaw – Rolling hills, streams, woods, wide fairways, and a beautiful vista over the West River. Targets are small light colored wooden posts spiked above taller dark brown posts.