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Old 07-12-2018, 08:25 PM
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Sasquatch DGC has cabins on site. It is also close to one of my favorite courses Rockness monster (not too many courses with 18 holes on the "front 9"). Karaken is also close but I'm not a big fan of that loop.
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Old 07-12-2018, 11:50 PM
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The two places I've seen with Bnb's were

Selah Ranch in Texas - which has cabins and a big Bnb

Lucky Mud DGC in the south part of Washington - which has a big magical Bnb and cabins were in progress when I played.

Both places are super awesome disc golf and though I only stayed at Selah, I would definitely recommend staying at both.
I'm not sure if either is on AirBnb but they should be!
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Old 07-13-2018, 01:20 AM
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Erie State Park New York has Disc golf Shipwreck Bluff and has huge cabins and can fit about 6 if 2 of them do not mind sleeping on a pad in a sleeping bag Price is not bad. I had my sleeping bag for the bunk when staying there. 3 miles from Dunkirk NY, no bead and breakfast but is not bad, have a stove in them and a fridge. They also have Swimming nearby in Lake Erie as well as nearby things to do in that town. As well as some food you will not find outside the Buffalo Area or same food made outside that area is nowhere as good. Also two Tim Hortens doughnut shops in Dunkirk.
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Old 07-13-2018, 07:11 AM
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I might add that Justin trails has a variety of lodging options from cheap to luxury. I stayed in an actual Indian teepee when I was their. Kind of cool, man.

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Old 07-13-2018, 11:13 AM
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The Lodge in Pawhuska Oklahoma. I'll be staying in this cabin next weekend. This place is awesome. They have 2 courses onsite that are both near 4.5 rated here although one of them (Island) isn't being mowed this summer.
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Old 07-13-2018, 01:39 PM
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I might add that Justin trails has a variety of lodging options from cheap to luxury. I stayed in an actual Indian teepee when I was their. Kind of cool, man.
North GA Canopy Tours has massive teepee's for rent on the property. The disc golf course is amazing as well.

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Old 07-14-2018, 07:50 AM
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https://abnb.me/STc1DARNxO

Just became Superhosts today as well, adding a second space after the state titles here.

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Old 07-14-2018, 08:24 AM
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Vintner's Quarters at Flat Creek in Marble Falls, TX.

Houck designed course that plays in and around a winery. Hole 1 tee box is directly outside Vintner's Quarters.
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Old 07-14-2018, 09:30 AM
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Hmmm.....starting to think discgolfbandit is on to something, and there is, or will one day be, a use for an "onsite lodging" tag.

And perhaps "onsite camping", in addition to "camping nearby".

With some thought given as to how to deal with lodging that is on site, but not on the course. I've been to some State Parks that had cabins, and disc golf courses, but they weren't within practical walking distance of each other. You could stay in the cabins and play the course without leaving the park, but you'd find yourself driving back and forth.

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Old 07-14-2018, 10:23 AM
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Hmmm.....starting to think discgolfbandit is on to something, and there is, or will one day be, a use for an "onsite lodging" tag.

And perhaps "onsite camping", in addition to "camping nearby".

With some thought given as to how to deal with lodging that is on site, but not on the course. I've been to some State Parks that had cabins, and disc golf courses, but they weren't within practical walking distance of each other. You could stay in the cabins and play the course without leaving the park, but you'd find yourself driving back and forth.
I enjoy a nice place to stay. As I have gotten older, road-trip and multi round days take their toll. A nice place with a pool, restaurants and bars is always the best way to end a day. But, unless the BNB has multiple courses within driving distance, I am not that interested. For traveling, I always look for a nice place that is centrally located to a half dozen or more 4/4.5+ courses. So, unless a place has 4 or 5 courses on site, it might not be what I am looking for.
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