Play a round or two on challenging nine-hole Meadow Creek Golf Course. This course has some hilly terrain, a wicked dogleg and a creek running through it. You may want to bring your camera along since the course is surrounded by aspen forest and wildlife sightings of deer, coyotes, bears and eagles are common. Although summer temperatures in the surrounding areas can soar to over 30 degrees C, Meadow Creek’s sub-alpine setting is usually an oasis of cooler, more comfortable conditions. Themes throughout the week encourage golfers of all ages and abilities to come out and enjoy themselves. If you are staying at the campground check out our Play & Stay bargains. After your fun on the course, relax and enjoy a meal, a snack or a drink in the licenced clubhouse.
Disc golf is a game in which individual players throw a disc into a basket or at a target. The object of the game is to finish the course in the fewest number of throws. One of the fastest growing sports in British Columbia, it is exciting fun for all ages. Logan Lake’s Copper Ridge course built by the WHY has one of the wickedest 18-hole courses you will find anywhere.
Challenge yourself with the short, technical stuff and long, Kamloops style holes. To add to the fun, each hole has a local history information sign sponsored by an individual, club or business. Why not bring the whole family and make a day of it? Enjoy wearing yourselves out (and the kids too), then go for a swim and picnic at the lake. What better way to spend a sunny summer day?
For more information, or to borrow discs,
contact the Logan Lake WHY at 250-523-6229.
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