Florida is an attractive state for golfers. However, if you’re looking for a friendlier sport than golf, disc golf won’t disappoint you. Especially since you live in the 30th best disc golf destination in the United States - Orlando. 

So get ready with your weighted frisbee and work up your throw muscles. The below-listed disc golf courses in our 407 area ensure you have a fun time!

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Best Disc Golf in St Petersburg & Clearwater

Barnett Park: How would you like to play on a 30-year-old disc golf course? Barnett Park northwest Orlando features two 18-hole disc golf courses. The highlight is the signature 18th hole that requires a throw over a pond onto the peninsula green. If you like a good challenge, don’t wait around!

River City Nature Park: Sandwiched between the Black Bear Wilderness Area and Lake Monroe, River City is one of the more scenic in the state. Disc golf lovers have the opportunity to play along 36 holes among the pines, live oaks, cypress, and palm trees. It also features a good mix of holes with right and left dog legs.

Airport Lakes Park: North of the Orlando International Airport on Lake Warren is the small 9-hole course Airport Lakes Park. But don’t pass it off as a simple one. Each hole includes two sets of tees and two sets of pins for each fairway to create a stimulating 18-hole experience.

Bill Frederick Park At Turkey Lake: Covering 183 acres of land alongside Turkey Lake, Bill Frederick Park is one of the oldest disc golf courses in the state. Coupled with several recreational activities and scenic views, the 18-hole course is very well maintained. You can also enjoy nature trails, swimming, boating, and camping here. 

UCF: A little wooded course on the campus of the University of Central Florida is popular within the UCF community. The 18-hole course with tee pads is a concrete rubber mat. You can experience gentle angles and straightaways with some technical shots and a couple of water holes. 

There are so many things to do in downtown St. Pete that we can't possibly list them all, so be sure to check 407 Area Guide regularly for all the latest news on where to take your family and friends.