There is fun to be had for the whole family at the Lost Lake Park disc golf course.
The 27-hole disc golf course at Lost Lake Park is a favourite activity of all ages. Please use caution when throwing the disc and play by the Disc Golfer’s Code (see below), as the course is in the heart of a busy park, with multiple user groups and recreation activities overlapping. Watch out for bikers and pedestrians.
The course has three 9-hole sections and to play all 27-holes it takes 2-4 hours. The first 9-holes are generally considered easiest to play, the second 9-holes are the most difficult (taking you up and down the hillside through steep rock and forests), and the third 9-holes are moderately difficult. Bring your own discs; each player will require their own.
Disc Golfer’s Code, as posted at the start of the course (signage and messaging provided by the Professional Disc Golf Association):
- Play smart – Never throw into a blind area or when players, spectators, pedestrians, or other facility users are within range. Use a spotter.
- Respect the course – Observe all posted rules. No littering, graffiti, or abuse of equipment or flora.
- Represent the sport – Be positive and responsible. Teach others.
The course is located at the north end of Lost Lake Park and can accessed through Spruce Grove Park, behind the field house.
The course is open from dawn to dusk daily when there is no snow on the ground (roughly from April to November).
Please respect the environment and pack out all garbage.