Eastview Park Disc Golf

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Disc golf basket style target with discs

We’re considering an 18-hole disc golf course for Eastview Community Park, where its boundaries meet Speedvale Avenue East and Watson Parkway. The space is an ideal location for a disc golf course that offers lots of natural obstacles and varying terrain to challenge local enthusiasts.

Back in February 2021, we asked you:

  • If Eastview Community Park is an appropriate place for a new disc golf course
  • What you think of the proposed location within the park
  • Any considerations we should make in the course design

We’ve collected your feedback and made it available in the documents section to review.


Map of Eastview Community park showing the proposed layout of the disc golf course, primarily throughout the treed areas along Speedvale and Watson Parkway


We’re considering an 18-hole disc golf course for Eastview Community Park, where its boundaries meet Speedvale Avenue East and Watson Parkway. The space is an ideal location for a disc golf course that offers lots of natural obstacles and varying terrain to challenge local enthusiasts.

Back in February 2021, we asked you:

  • If Eastview Community Park is an appropriate place for a new disc golf course
  • What you think of the proposed location within the park
  • Any considerations we should make in the course design

We’ve collected your feedback and made it available in the documents section to review.


Map of Eastview Community park showing the proposed layout of the disc golf course, primarily throughout the treed areas along Speedvale and Watson Parkway


  • About Disc Golf

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    Disc golf is a rapidly-growing sport that combines ultimate frisbee and golf. Players move from hole-to-hole, trying to get their disc into the disc golf basket at each hole. The goal is to complete the course in as few throws as possible. The east side of Riverside Park along Riverview Drive is home to the City’s first ever nine-hole disc golf course in addition to another course at the University of Guelph Arboretum.

    The disc golf community has grown from 176 to 386 members from January 2020 to January 2021 according to the Guelph Disc Golf Club.

  • About Eastview Park

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    Eastview Community Park was a former landfill site located north-west of Eastview Road and Watson Parkway North that opened in 1961. A park master plan was created and finalized in 2009. Eastview Community Park is home to premier sports fields including soccer, football and volleyball courts, in addition to the pollinator garden, playground, trails, storm water pond and preserved wetlands. The site will also feature a splash pad, bicycle skills facility and potential fenced leash-free area in the future.