Where to play disc golf in San Antonio

Go for par

Freshly planted grass and tree saplings align this outdoor disc golf course with yellow-brimmed Discatchers.

Take a day trip to Boerne City Park for a game of disc golf and waterfront views.

Photo by Boerne Parks and Recreation

Did you pick up a new hobby this year? Did you say disc golf? According to the Professional Disc Golf Association, Texas has the most members at 4,752, with 465 courses in 2020 and a membership boom between 2019 and 2020 of more than 35.5%.

We’re here to give you inspiration for your next match outing that’ll have you serving up par-faits.

Neighborhood courses

Lush, green park with a yellow-brimmed disc golf catcher, with people playing in the background.

Play at the 18-hole disc golf course at McClain Park in San Antonio.

Photo by the City of San Antonio

Helotes Fitness Park | 10483 Parrigin Road | Free | On-leash dogs are welcomed here, but you can also enjoy its static fitness equipment, paved walking trails, and covered picnic tables after a match.

McClain Park | 15700 O’Connor Rd. | Free | Located in the Steubing Ranch neighborhood, this patch of green is perfect for a sunny afternoon session with friends or for practicing your serve solo.

Northwest Vista Community College Disc Golf Course | 4641 Wiseman Blvd. | Free | The course has obstacles like low-hanging tree limbs and water ways that make this perfect for beginner + expert players.

For the traveler

Patchy outdoor grass disc golf course with a disc catcher and views of the nearby lake.

Play a couple of rounds of disc golf at this shaded course in Live Oak.

Photo by the City of Live Oak

Boerne City Lake Park | 21 Upper Cibolo Creek Rd. | Free | Make it a day trip to the lake with waterfront views and canopy cover. The most recent addition was nine holes in 2021 with tree sprouts along the course.

Live Oak Lakeside Disc Golf Course | 18001 Park Drive | Free | This championship-designed green way takes players through winding tree paths and water hazards. Check out the map of the course.

The Zip Disc Golf Course | 18026 Frank Madla Rd. | $10 | In addition to an 18-hole course in the Texas Hill Country, thrill seekers can sign up for zip lining. Want to bring the dog? Don’t worry, the course is dog-friendly.

Looking for a group to play with? Check out the San Antonio Disc Golfers Facebook group.

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