Base Camp

Moab, Utah     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +6 votes  + Brodey Hansen › September 24, 2010
A+
This course is impossible to describe. There is something magical about being surrounded by nature in all its beauty. This course is full of shots that are not duplicated on ANY other course. Prepare to spend an entire weekend, at least, because you will not want to leave. I doubt I will ever experience a better course in my lifetime. My favorite, hands down! P.S. bring discs to chuck off of Hurrah Pass! Huuuuuuurrrraaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!
-  +4 votes  + Ryan Ranes › October 2, 2010
A+
a awsome course this is what disc golf heaven is lots of far holes lots of ace runs a lot of work out in the middle of no where
-  +4 votes  + Jared Kastleman › May 10, 2012
A+
There may not be another course in the world like Base Camp. 4wd is recommended to reach this DG oasis. You might make it in a car but you would jack it up for sure. The course is 5$ a round. Money well spent, to say the least. Bring food, there is plenty of water on site. Quality scorecards and maps are provided complete with horizontal and vertical distances and general information. This 18 hole course has red(AM) tees and blue(PRO) tees. The baskets are in good condition and have white poles ...
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-  +2 votes  + Pat Linden › October 7, 2010
A+
KID a.k.a. Ryan, I agree if there is a disc golf heaven this would be it. No description would do it justice and you can't compare it to anything!! Bring food, water and camping gear cause you'll never wanna leave!!!
-  +2 votes  + Stu Jensen › April 12, 2011
A+
Awesome course! First time playing and loved it
-  +2 votes  + Steve H › June 23, 2011
A+
This is by far my favorite course I've ever played. The owner is very nice, and has a nice map. It would be impossible to play this course without the map. Imagine playing disc golf at Arches National Park, or the Grand Canyon. I'm really glad that it's such a well designed course with lots of fun holes. Tee pads are rubber, and not the greatest, but the scenery, challenge, and fun this course present overshadow the lack of cement tees. Please respect this private course by picking up an ...
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-  +1 votes  + Ryan T › October 15, 2011
A+
Words can't describe how great this place is. Awesome red sandstone rocks, cliffs, canyons, and desert terrain make this course a one of a kind experience.
-  +1 votes  + Taki Kawakami › August 7, 2011
A+
Absolutely perfect course! Signs are very well marked with alternate tee pads. A course map is clear to navigate. The course is a desert course with lots of elevation changes and a few technical blind shots. Surrounding scenery is A+++. It takes ~1 hour to get here from Moab downtown by 4x4 drive, but it is definitely worth.
-  +1 votes  + Karina Muther Huckin'-Nowels › September 16, 2011
A
I love Moab!!! What a great place to go discin'! Caught a day that was over cast and nice, hardly any wind, perfect playing conditions and GORGEOUS! Cant wait to play again during Jeep Safari next year. Will always include this course when jeepin down there. The owner was really nice, invited us in and he had a bad ass tortoise. It was challenging and beautiful. RED ROCK FROLF ROCKS! A
-  +1 votes  + Sterling Wright › October 9, 2011
A+
Awesome course! Definately worth the drive!
-  +1 votes  + Remi Barron › April 16, 2012
A+
My favorite course. The scenery is unreal and the course is tough.
-  +1 votes  + Anthony Fordiani › March 16, 2013
A+
This is a awesome course. The best I have ever and probably will ever go to. The drive is pretty long like about an hour but it is worth it. He has an awesome tortoise. Their signature hole is awesome.
-  +1 votes  + Brad Anderson › August 18, 2013
A+
Wow! Worth the trip; great hospitality!
Will be back soon!
-  +0 votes  + Jake La "Putt" ka › April 15, 2012
A+
I don't think there is anywhere else in the world to find a course like this. It is truly one of a kind. I don't even care what my score is because the location is so cool. It is worth the drive hands down. Some of the tee pads were a little sketchy but I think it would ruin the feel if they made concrete tee pads. This is a definite disc golf destination and everyone needs to play this course! PS Tom is the coolest guy you'll ever meet
-  +0 votes  + sean kelly › April 15, 2012
A+
-  +0 votes  + Ron Grimes › June 15, 2013
A+
Absolutely the most beautiful course I've ever played. Cool turtle too, you'll understand when you get out here. Well worth the drive, but bring plenty of water. Amazing views and some really challenging shots!
-  +0 votes  + ROLF HEBENSTREIT › February 12, 2014
A
HARDEST I HAVE EVER PLAYED - THIRD HARDEST COURSE IN THE USA
-  +0 votes  + Cameron Snyder › April 6, 2014
A+
-  +0 votes  + rj rodarte › April 7, 2014
A+
-  +0 votes  + Jesse Smith › April 8, 2014
A
Very cool, Not as good as our home course (Old City Park Moab) because of artificial tee pads but REAL close.
-  -3 votes  + Scott White › May 15, 2011
A-
Unbelievable scenery! Some fun shots out there. Drive out there in a 4x4 and don't be too scurred of big cliffs.

Stay onsite in a hogan for $5 a night.

For the course itself I thought there were a few too many long par 3s would be nice to see some of the holes shortened or lengthened. Tee boxes are inconsistent. The highlights 5,6,13,14 are really some of the best holes I've ever thrown..
-  -4 votes  + Caleb Shor › July 4, 2011
A
-  -8 votes  + Shaun Reeve › October 9, 2011
B+
Awesome course!