Mostly Flat & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
9 / 9Holes / Baskets:
2425 ft.Course Length: Metric
No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Lightning DB-5Hole Type:
Very Cart Friendly Restrooms
Description: Open valley course with fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. Fairly flat and open with distance being the greatest challenge. Plays around the back of baseball fields and along side the soccer field.
(**In 2020 the post and sign for tee 1 is missing, so make sure to study the picture of hole 1 here on DGCR. To approximate where to tee off go to the basket and look for that tree down the hill. Walk 64 paces back.)
Ralph H. Dean Recreation ParkPark / Location Name:
625 6th StreetStreet Address:
Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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Local Directions: From the intersection of Route 340 & Route 211 business (at the intersection of Main Street and Broad Street): Head south on Broad Street. Almost immediately take a left at the Y onto Campbell Street.
Follow signs to the Luray Recreation Park. (Take the 3rd right onto Amiss Avenue, across from Gillium's Lumber. Turn left onto Luray Avenue at another Y. Turn right onto 6th Street. Follow 6th Street into the Luray Recreation Park.)
1st tee: To get to hole 1, after you enter the park, immediately turn right and park when you reach the turn in that road by the concession stand. After finding the snack bar between two baseball fields on the right, walk down the swale between the two fields until you get to the fence. (In 2020 the sign for hole 1 has been missing, so you may need to walk up to the basket then walk 64 paces back to the tree that approximates the tee area.) Course then plays in a clockwise direction. After finishing basket-3, tee-4 is hard to your left, next to the fence.