Muskoseepi Park's Thrill Hill Disc Golf Course was Grande Prairie’s first disc golf course. The 18-hole course begins on Thrill Hill at 102 Street and 88 Avenue. It ends a few blocks north at 91 Avenue.
It is a friendly course for new players and families while still providing a level of challenge for experienced players.
There are two sets of tees for each hole of the course. The concrete tees are for experienced disc golfers while the shorter white tees are for beginner disc golfers.
The best way to navigate the course is to download the UDisc app. It will provide a location-based map and electronic scorecard.
Blue – 4276 feet
Blue tees are for experienced players who can throw over 200 feet.
Red – 5400 feet
Red tees are for new players.
If you are brand new to the sport and want to try it out, head to the Muskoseepi Park Pavilion where you can borrow discs.
This course is in a public park frequented by walkers, bikers. Many of the holes play over or around paths. Disc golfers must always wait for others to move out of range before throwing.
Play at Own Risk
Some holes are in the woods where hazards such as fallen logs and thorny underbrush are common. Always watch your step. Dangerous animals such as bears or moose are sometimes known to enter the park.
Respect the Environment
Please pack all garbage out or dispose of it in the garbage located on the play or road after holes 6, 8, and 15. Do not break branches or knock down trees. In the woods be gentle with sensitive undergrowth such as moss or wildflowers.
Grande Prairie Disc Golf Club
Throughout the summer, you can join the Grande Prairie Disc Golf Club for a social game on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. There is also a casual women’s game Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
The Grande Prairie Disc Golf Club can be contacted either through Facebook or their website:
Grande Prairie also boasts another disc golf course in South Bear Creek Park. It is best suited to experienced disc golfers who can throw at least 300 feet.