Disc Golf

Discover the sport of disc golf at the county's two premier disc golf courses.  Both courses are open daylight hours except when posted for tournaments.

Fort Steilacoom Disc Golf Course

This course is a beautiful course in a natural, pasture-like 40 acre setting and is located within our Fort Steilacoom Golf Course. Disc golfers will be thrilled at the quiet wooded site which is located along the access road for the golf course. The course features:
  • Multiple alternate tees and pin placements, including short course for ams
  • Course length: 6252, average length: 347.33, alternate course length: 4350
  • Holes: 18 match 2/3
  • Tee types are cement
8202 - 87th Street SW 
Lakewood, WA 98498 (map)

Fort Steilacoom gps is 47.183399,-122.563004.

From I-5N take exit 125. Turn left onto Bridgeport Way and go north crossing 100th Street SW and Gravelly Lake Drive. Turn left on Steilacoom Blvd. go about 1.5 miles and turn right onto 87th Avenue. Go about 1/3 mile and turn left at golf course sign. Parking lot is approximately 1/4 mile.

From I-5S take exit 129 and to west on 74th Street which becomes Custer Drive in 2.3 miles. Go another 1.2 miles and turn right on Steilacoom Blvd. Turn right onto 87th Avenue. Go about 1/3 mile and turn left at golf course sign. Parking lot is approximately 1/4 mile.

Riverside Park Disc Golf Course

Located along the Puyallup River, the setting is as remarkable as is the course with picturesque wooded areas. Plan to bring a picnic and stay the day. The course features: 
  • Six additional targets and four alternate courses
  • Course length: 5450, average length: 302.78, alternate course length: 0
  • Holes - 20 baskets
  • Tee type is natural

Riverside Rd. & 78th St. Court
Sumner, WA 98390  (map)

GPS: 47.185683,-122.212600.

Exit on Valley Ave. from Hwy 410 (Orting turnoff), 1st left on Riverside Drive, 1.5 miles to entrance on right (sign for River Valley BMX). 

Contact course professional Raymond Seick at (253) 588-2993 for more information.

Pierce County Disc Golf Players Association

The Pierce County Disc Golf Players Association maintains each disc golf course. Players are friendly and eager to help new players learn the game. Join us for the "Riverside Open" on July 7-8, 2018, one of the premier tournaments in Washington, attracting professional players from all across America and overseas.