The owners of the KOA in Brighton Ontario contacted TinLid Disc Golf to design a course that could be enjoyed by their camping guests and disc golfers that might venture off the 401 to try this fun 9 hole course and enjoy the food truck on-site. The course is designed to start with a couple relatively open holes to get new players in the groove. The rolling landscape combined with an abundance of mature trees is creates a scenic course with enough variety that will challenge experienced players too. At x feet in length it would be considered a relatively short course but because of the topography and vegetation it’s still challenging and unique.
Although free to play for guests of the KOA there is a pay to play fee for day users and they do have some discs available for new players.