+0 votes James Ramsay › October 22, 2015
The diversity of holes at Acorn makes it an excellent intermediate disc golf course. The first hole you throw over a swamp from the long tee - so don't lose da disc! From what I've been told the layout has changed from how it was set up in the past. Some pins are under 200 feet while others are over 400. The only negative experience I've had on this course was playing on a weekend and having the course be crowded.
+0 votes Chris Merriam › March 19, 2015
they recently cut a good amount of trees out not making it the secluded course it used to be.
+0 votes Kyle F › May 20, 2014
+0 votes Seth Peake › December 30, 2013
+0 votes Joe Seeds › July 7, 2014
+0 votes Nick Jelich › July 6, 2013
Really a pretty great course for being in the metro area, and free, and 18 good holes that aren't totally destroyed by hoodlums. I'm thankful to have this course so close to me, even if it is one of the busiest courses in the country on a weekend afternoon (it's true, look it up)
+0 votes Masen Pedersen › February 26, 2013
+0 votes Brian Souther › January 20, 2013
+0 votes John Grill › July 2, 2012
+0 votes Derrick Green › April 12, 2012
+0 votes Aaron Schueller › April 8, 2012
Too dark to really tell
+0 votes Kyle Myrom › May 15, 2013
This course is awesome. It gives you a bit of everything. Uphill, downhill, left, right, short, long. There are some hazards to deal with as well. Makes you utilize your whole bag and all your shots.
+0 votes Jim Johnson › July 8, 2011
Technical course. Many trees with the pins tucked into openings. there is no way #18 is a par 3. #18 is doable in 3 but nearly impossible to do in 2 from the long tees.
+0 votes Tim R › April 19, 2011
Fun course. Most of the longer holes at least begin open enough to choose which technique you want to use, i.e. I right forehand and backhand, and I'm rarely forced to choose one or the other off the tee. Easily the bussiest course around. Just plan on waiting every hole unless you're going on a weekday morning/early afternoon.
+1 votes Paul Solberg › April 4, 2011
There are a lot of short holes. Great use of terrain and trees but more distance would be a plus.
+1 votes Tim Engstrom › January 26, 2011
Most players agree that Acorn Park is the most-played disc golf course in Minnesota. It provides a nice variety of open and woodsy shots, with a range of easy to challenging holes. The tee pads are old and some are narrow. In general, people look forward to playing this course, as do I.