Changes due to construction
Beginning Sept. 5, the disc golf course will see some temporary changes in operations due to construction work taking place at Blue Lake Regional Park:
- Only on-street parking is available. Please be respectful of neighbors when parking on the street.
- No flush toilets or running water are available. Portable toilets are available at the course.
- The park office will be closed.
Learn more about park renovations
The disc golf course at Blue Lake Regional Park spans 67 acres dotted with trees and graced with glimpses of Mount Hood. Known to be a challenging course, it has been the site of both national and regional tournaments because it can test the skills of even professional players.
The 18 holes range from par 3 to par 5, with distance between the tee and target ranging between 265 and 945 feet. Tees are made of concrete for stability and use Dynamic Discs Veteran baskets. Each tee includes a stand with detailed information about each hole.
Know before you go
- The course is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- There is no running water available at the course. Portable toilets are available at the course. Please plan on bringing your own water.
- Most visitors find that the second nine holes are more difficult than the first nine. Less experienced disc golfers may prefer to play the first nine only.
- Metro does not permit alcohol, smoking, or pets at its property.
- Play the course in numerical order.
- All Professional Disc Golf Association rules apply.
- Limit group size to five players or fewer.
- Use boot brushes located at Tee Pad 1 to prevent the spread of invasive species common to Oregon disc golf courses like false brome and garlic mustard.
- Check this page for alerts before your visit, as tournaments or other events may affect your ability to play the course.
During tournaments, the disc golf course will be closed to players outside the competition. It is a good idea to check this page before visiting the disc golf course, as alerts will be posted when the course is closed.
Interested in organizing a tournament or league play at Blue Lake Regional Park? The first step is to fill out a Special Use Permit. Metro staff will contact you after the form is submitted to go over the application, discuss fees, and gather other information required for approval.
Fill out a Special Use Permit application
By bike: Use bike lanes east on Marine Drive to Blue Lake Road or east on Halsey to 223rd Avenue and follow the signs north to the park. Bicycles are welcome inside the park on paved paths.
Access the disc golf course from the marked crosswalk on Blue Lake Road approximately a quarter mile north of the main park entrance.