A new six-hole disc golf course at Greengrove Park was approved by Council and installed in May 2024. This seasonal course is partially removed each winter, as the park is a popular tobogganing destination.

Greengrove Park disc golf map (5.5 MB)

About disc golf

Disc golf is a newly popular sport in the region and is played similarly to regular golf. Instead of using golf clubs and a golf ball aiming for a hole, disc golf players throw a disc and aim for a target basket – a pole extending up from the ground with chains and a basket where the disc lands.

The object of the game is to complete each hole in the fewest number of throws, starting from a tee area and finishing at the basket. Most often, a course is nine or 18 holes. The player with the lowest score wins.

Disc golf is easy to learn and is accessible to people of all ages and fitness levels.
Check out the Disc Golf web page for more locations to play disc golf and participate in a Learn to Play event.


A pilot five-hole disc golf course was installed at Greengrove Park in June 2022. Strathcona County invited residents to try disc golf throughout the summer and provide feedback through an online survey open October 3-17, 2022.

The survey results and an evaluation of the pilot project were shared with Council during a Priorities Committee meeting on November 29, 2022.

The Recreation and Culture Strategy, approved by Strathcona County Council in 2019, highlights identifying, prioritizing and serving the needs of the community through partnerships and collaboration. The Sherwood Park Disc Golf Association has approached Strathcona County to collaborate on installing a 9-hole disc golf course within Greengrove Park. Strathcona County welcomes partnerships that help maximize resources to provide recreational opportunities that contribute to our community’s cohesion, vibrancy and overall well-being.

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Last updated: Friday, December 15, 2023
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