Looking at the basket on hole 2 from the top of the hill.
Nice park!Lots of treesTight fairwaysHole 18. 335 feet downhill.
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Park Entry - $5 Indiana Resident/$8 Non-Indiana Resident. There is no additional cost to play the disc golf courses at Lemon Lake County Park.
Good conditions
2 days ago
About the course
Variations of Lemon Lake County Park's Courses were used for the 2010 and 2013 Pro World Championship, the 2018 Tim Selinske US Masters Championship, Indiana State Doubles and Singles Championships, Illinois Open Series, Discontinuum Club Challenge, the long standing Matt "HOMIE" Lovasko Memorial and many other A, B, C and XC Tiered events. Great course with short and long holes. If you are visiting the park for the first time or only have time to play one course, THIS IS IT! This is the shorter version of the World Championship Gold Course. Holes 1-4 are in the woods, 5-9 are longer mostly in fields, and 10-18 are back in the woods. Course will test all your shots including forehand, backhand, hyzer, anhyzer, tunnel shots, and up and down hills. Lots of fun to play over and over given the various types of shots you can play. When you’re in the woods you definitely need to hit your spots. Courses can be muddy in the spring and drier in summer months. Overall, a great course! Lemon Lake Flight Center Pro Shop is located onsite in the park and north of the main parking lot. Established in 2010 the pro shop is stocked with 1000's of discs, accessories, snacks and beverages for purchase and is home to the Indiana State Disc Golf Museum. The pro shop is open 365 days each year. Hours are subject to change. For more information please contact the pro shop at 219-771-3472. Parking fee ($5) per car (Indiana State Resident), ($8) per car (Out of State) when a gatekeeper is on duty at the park's entrance. Park passes are available at the entrance gate and can also be obtained at the Lake County Parks Administrative Offices located at 8411 E. Lincoln Hwy (U.S 30) Crown Point, IN 46307. There are currently no additional fees for disc golf. The onsite pro shop does not accept any fees on behalf of the park. If there is no gatekeeper on duty, parking is free to all visitors. For information about Lake County Parks please visit the park's website at: http://lakecountyparks.com
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Established 2008
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly
Drinking water available
Restroom available


Jay Svitko (219) 771-3472

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Aug 12, 2023
This is a hard course. Once you get past hole 5 or so, the rough is terrible and full of rose bushes and other thorns. If you go into the rough you will lose whatever goes into it and come out bleeding for your trouble. Signage is stated to be coming- temp signage was decent enough though. Tee pads are mostly good. Tests a lot of shots. It's a good course, if you're ready for a hard round. If you're looking for a casual or light round, play one of the other layouts.
Aug 31, 2023
Just as cool as gold so sick
Jul 25, 2023
Wonderful course in a beautiful park. Could do with a little more forehand variety, but I love being home in the region and getting to play this track
Jul 8, 2023
Appropriately challenging wooded course with beautiful views. Even had some wildlife spectators along the way!


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