Manitowoc Area Disc Golf Courses

Silver Creek Disc Golf Course
Located at Silver Creek Park
South 10th St., Manitowoc, WI 54220
(one block south of Viewbahn St.)


Disc golfers testify that Silver Creek Park offers a challenging, balanced, and fun disc golf course for all skill levels.  Features include Silver Creek winding through the course, Lake Michigan lookouts and beach front fairways.  Open all year-round.

From their website: "Some of the courses' interesting features include: hole 4 playing over Silver Creek, 6 holes along the creek, a 337' hole on a 15% up hill grade, hole nine's basket planted at the edge of an 80 foot drop off, multiple elevations and the creek challenging players at the front nine practice basket, a second practice basket before hole 10, hole 11 along Lake Michigan's sand dunes, manicured fairways, challenging wooded holes, up hills, down hills, hump shots, and a future outhouse as an obstacle in the middle of hole 13. The park itself offers walking and biking trails, sand beaches on Lake Michigan, playground areas, picnic areas throughout the park, a large soccer field, great fishing in Silver Creek, and plenty of room to relax."


Indian Creek Disc Golf Sanctuary & Dog Run
North 8th St and Albert Dr., Manitowoc, WI 54220
(one block north of Lakeshore Humane Society)


This natural prairie along the Little Manitowoc River provides a beautiful backdrop for Manitowoc's newest championship 18-hole disc golf course.  Multiple tee areas for beginners and professionals.  Dog friendly park!



Picnic Hill Park Disc Golf Course
Polk St and 23rd St, Two Rivers, WI 54241
(behind Walsh Field baseball diamond)


A quiet and natural 9-hole disc golf course that weaves through the woods.  The mature forest and undergrowth offers a beautiful nature experience.  Look for basket #1 located under the water tower.

From their website:  "This beautiful wooded park offers some of the most challenging elements of our sport; long uphill shots, hump shots, accuracy shots, long open shots, and dog legs. In the picture above, hole #1 plays up the hill toward the water tower. The course has tight fairways that traverse through the woods encouraging players to throw more controlled shots. The current 9 basket layout offers both long and short tee locations."