Disc Golf Courses

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Longmont offers three, official disc golf courses located within our parks system. Below is a directory identifying the parks where residents and visitors can enjoy disc golf play.

Course Reviews

For more details about each course, please visit the DG Course Review website, where you can find course and hole information, maps and reviews.

Quick Links to DG Course Review:

Clark Centennial Park

Dry Creek Park

Loomiller Park

Learn More

The Longs Peak Disc Golf Club organizes several disc golf events in Longmont. Visit the club's website (Xternal link) for information about upcoming disc golf events or to learn more about the sport.

  • Loomiller Neighborhood Park

    Loomiller Park Disc Golf
    1. Address:1700 11th Ave.
      Longmont, CO 80501
    1. BBQ Grill or Pit(s)
    2. Disc Golf Course
    3. Picnic Area(s)
    4. Playground(s)
    5. Pond
    6. Restroom(s)
    7. Shelter(s)
    1. Parks

Neighborhood Park Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 

Loomiller Park is a 15-acre park located in central Longmont. It was named after Fred Loomiller (1863-1950), and his wife Grace (1883-1965). Part of the park's land was donated to the City by the Loomiller's children in 1962. Five additional acres were purchased for $7,965. Loomiller came from Quincy, Ill. in 1891 and settled in the Hygiene area. In 1898 he bought a 160-acre farm.

The park site includes a large pond spanned by a bridge with a scenic walkway that winds through the park to a playground and restroom building. There are two shelters, one is located near the playground and restroom and the other is in the north central part of the park closer to the pond. The park is located just north of Longmont High School and is a popular spot for disc golfers (get details on the course and map). To view a complete list of park amenities and associated trail distances, visit our Plans, Maps & Reports webpage and view the Park Amenities Chart.

Loomiller Park is fondly referred to as "Duck Park" by surrounding residents, but feeding the ducks and geese disturbs the natural feeding and migrating patterns of the waterfowl. Please do not feed the ducks and geese in the park!

For more information or to reserve a shelter at this park, contact Parks, Open Space & Trails.

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