Do you get when you mix golf and frisbee? Disc golf! This is a new fun outdoor activity to play any time of year, thanks to equipped parks and golf courses around the city, and it’s especially popular in Spring when everyone wants to get outside but it’s not dry and warm enough yet for mini-putt or a full 18 holes. Best of all, most of the courses are free to play, first-come first-served, and open year-round — just BYO disc! Find out more about Where to Play Disc Golf in Toronto and the GTA…

Note: Be sure to check ahead of time for opening times and course conditions.


City of Toronto Disc Golf Courses

Beaches Disc Golf Course at Ashbridges Bay Park
Where: 1561 Lake Shore Blvd. East
Near Woodbine Beach, this park is a hidden gem on the east side. It’s located on a secluded peninsula by a marina, with gorgeous views of Lake Ontario.

Centennial Park 
Where: 256 Centennial Park Road, Etobicoke
Home to the Centennial Park Conservatory, this large park in Etobicoke has everything you need for a fun day out. Along with your disc golf game, you can even do such varied activities as riding a BMX bike, practising cricket and enjoying the serene pond.

E.T. Seton Park 
Where: 73 Thorncliffe Park Drive, North York
Near the Ontario Science Centre in the former Don Mills’ ravines, this park not only has a disc golf course but also the city’s only public archery range. With access to the vast network of excellent Don Valley bike trails, there are many out of the ordinary outdoor adventures to be had here.

Marilyn Bell Park
Where: 1095 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Just west of Ontario Place and Exhibition Place along the waterfront Martin Goodman Trail, this park has a boardwalk along the lake shore, along with tennis courts, picnic areas and biking and walking trails.

Toronto Island Park — Centre Island
Where: 9 Queens Quay West, Toronto
A year-round destination beloved by both local visitors and tourists, the Toronto Islands are one of the most picturesque parks in the whole city. Along with numerous amenities and activities found throughout the chain of islands, the disc golf course on Centre Island is a nice spot to spend an afternoon, looking out on Lake Ontario.

City of Toronto Golf Courses

Dentonia Park Golf Course (winter only)
Where: 781 Victoria Park Ave., Scarborough
Easy to access from Victoria Park subway station, this course has 18 holes with greens, fairways and picturesque water hazards. It is known as one of the finest and most challenging Par 3 courses in Ontario.

Scarlett Woods Golf Course
Where: 1000 Jane Street, York
For a full golf course experience, Scarlett Woods Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course, found alongside the Humber River. It is the only disc golf area that requires reservation and payment.

Greater Toronto Area

Toronto and Region Conservatory Authority

Albion Hills Conservation Area
Where: 16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon
This new 18-hole course offers players a challenging course while even providing fun nature facts! A second course, with 9-holes  and a family-friendly setting, will be opening this Spring.

Bruce’s Mill Conservation Park
Where: 3291 Stouffville Road, Stouffville
Designed for all skill levels, families can enjoy this new 9-hole disc golf course, whether you’re a beginner or an expert. This course aims to minimize disruption to the natural landscape and other park areas.

Further Disc Courses to Check Out in the GTA

  • Annandale Golf & Curling Club, Ajax
  • Blue Springs Scout Reserve, Acton
  • Bronte Creek Provincial Park, Oakville
  • Cedarvale Park, Georgetown
  • Chicopee Ski & Summer Resort, Kitchener
  • Christie Lake Conservation Area, Dundas
  • Dellwood Park Disc Golf Course, Mississauga
  • Firemen’s Park Disc Golf Course, Niagara Falls
  • LaFortune Park Disc Golf Course, Caledonia
  • Little Lake Disc Golf Course, Midland
  • Magnolia Disc Golf Course, Guelph
  • Mohawk Disc Golf Course, Brantford
  • Sandy Hollow Disc Golf Park, Barrie
  • Soper Park Disc Golf Course, Cambridge
  • Spruce Park Disc Golf Course, Mississauga
  • T.N.T. Disc Golf Course, Tottenham
  • Toronto North Cookstown KOA, Cookstown
  • White Spruce Park, Brampton
  • Wild Country Disc Golf, Kawartha Lakes
  • Winter Farms Disc Golf Course, Brantford

Enjoy the outdoors with our list of Parks & Pathways here!