Foothill Flyers Disc Golf Club (FFDGC)
Very Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
23 / 23Holes / Baskets:
4513 ft. – 7477 ft.Course Length: Metric
-- -- 60.3
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Camping Nearby Pay to play
Description: Beautiful, mountainous area heavily wooded (100'' tall pines and aspens) with elevation and meadows.
Only holes #1, #5, #12, and #16 have multiple tees. Use red tees on hole info page for short tee round or blue tees for round played using long tees.
Always observe all Conifer Community Park rules and regulations, especially paying your daily fee, dogs on leash at all times, and no smoking except in parking lots/designated areas.
$8/day or $75 for a season pass.
Parking on Foxton Road is not permitted.
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Local Directions: From north and central Denver, take I-70 West (or route 6 to I-70 West), to C-470 “East” (this road actually goes south from I-70 junction), to SH-285 towards Fairplay. Continue on SH-285 for approx. 15 miles. Pass the exit for CR-73, where you will see Staples and Checker Auto Parts, then take the next small and sudden offramp right from 285 which is Kennedy Gulch Rd. There is a sign at the offramp pointing left for Conifer Community Park. Take the first left onto Foxton Road, which will bend around and come up next to the highway, then take the next left to stay on Foxton Rd. (turning right will put you back onto 285). Follow Foxton Rd to Conifer Community Park, less than half a mile.
Note that in Google Maps, this park is called “Beaver Ranch Community Park.”
Enter the park and drive past the playground and park office, proceeding up to the green lodge on the right. Park across from the lodge on the left near the Blackhawk Trailhead. There are marked spots for disc golfers (!). Use the Blackhawk Trail to get to the first tee and pro shop.
This is a pay-to-play course, if the pro shop is not open, you can buy $5 bag tags at the trailhead via an honor box. (This course is worth the donation!)
If you are driving from Denver’s southern suburbs (Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Parker) take C-470 West to 285 toward Fairplay. From points farther south (Castle Rock, Colorado Springs), take C-85 north from I-25 north of Castle Rock to connect to C-470 West toward 285.