Follows cross country ski trail through grasslands and pine plantations. Elevation changes and vistas abound. Two sets of baskets on every hole -- red Mach V's in a shorter/easier positions and blue DISCatchers in longer/challenging positions. Multiple shelters with bathrooms, water fountains, and picnic tables by hole 1. Baskets pulled for snow sports from November to April.
Dogs allowed with the purchase of a dog permit and on a leash.
City of Madison Disc Golf Permit required. $5/day or $40/year. These daily/annual passes are for Elver Park and Hiestand Park so you can play both courses in one day by purchasing only one daily pass.
Take Hwy 12/18 to the Gammon Rd. exit, go south on Gammon a few blocks, down the hill, up the hill, down the hill. Elver is on the right, disc golf parking is to the left after entering the park. The first few holes wander up and across the mowed sledding hill to the left.