3 Helpful / 1 Not
Take a Break!
Pros: Easy, quick access from I-295.
Wide open and on the short side.
Extra Ammenities to keep the family busy whilst you throw.
Small lake to trow across! Nice. The peninsula tee is worth a stop by.
Cons: Only nine holes and not a true challenge.
Lots of geese when I played.
(Not the Birdie you are looking for)
Other Thoughts: Nice little park to stop at if you are passing through and need a break. Nice to throw a forgiving course when you need a pick-me-up.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
My Favorite Easy Course
Pros: Just a pure pleasure to play here. Relaxing course with wonderful views of Bridge over the Delaware River, The river, an immaculate pretty lake, lush mowed green grass and sprinkled hardwoods here and there. The course is mostly flat and offers no real challenge but the setting is just so peaceful here and there is enough to keep you mildly interested in your round. This is what a community park should be, a place to unwind and relax. There are only 9 holes but none of them are terribly boring or short holes and they have 2 tees per basket. What I really love about this course is you can safari all day here and never get bored. The lake comes into play on 3 of the holes. You even throw off the peninsula over the lake to a basket out on a point with the lake behind the basket, thats the long tee for hole #2. That is a remarkable hole. Hole 1 and 5 have the lake as a backdrop and with the openness here you can easily overthrow into the lake. Holes 8 and 9 utilize a shuleless grove of trees well. This course is not difficult at all but the ambience and mood here really make it a lot of fun. Perfect place to take your wife or girlfriend. I played 9 and then backtracked a safari 9 back to the start and was amazed at how many fun options there were to play. Thats the benefit of primarily open courses....easy and fun to safari. The course area is isolated from other park activities. Long Ace opportunities here.
Cons: It's not on the caliber of whats across the river in Delaware. The tees are natural and somewhat hard to find due to just being a flat marker in the ground. I would guess it could get windy here.
Other Thoughts: I think theres a place in disc golf for a course like this. The kind of course thats just pleasant and relaxing. I think after a group who lives to the north of Delaware just finished getting their egos destroyed at nearby Iron Hill that this course which is the first exit after the Bridge into Jersey and only 2 minutes off of 95 would be the perfect stop to rejuvenate the soul and heal before heading back to New York, New England, or wherever they may be headed. If you doubt this place is pretty take a minute on the long tee pad of hole 2 and look at the river, the bridge and the lake that surrounds you and ask yourself if you'd really rather be somewhere else.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 13 Not
Pros: nice park
few obstacles get in the way
no tee signs
only bricks in the ground act as tees
2 baskets are too close to the next tee
Other Thoughts: only 9 holes
I won't be going back to this course
how can someone rate this course 3+ ?
2 of 15 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Nice Open Beginner/Fun Course
Pros: New Baskets. Inside a nice park without too many picnicers in the way. Great for beginners, as holes are short & wide open. 2 sets of tees, with plenty of options to make your own 3rd set.
Cons: Tees are flush to the ground, making them difficult to find. No signage. Probably too easy for more advanced players.
Other Thoughts: Great place to bring the family. There's a playground & a nice walking trail along the river if the spouse/kids/dog gets bored.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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