Bear Cave Park

Stewartville, Minnesota     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Tim Engstrom › January 22, 2011
This is one of my favorite courses to visit, largely because of the variety. There are woodsy shots, elevation shots, long ones, finesse ones, forehand ones, backhand ones. It probably is the best course in southern Minnesota.
-  +1 votes  + Dale Jordal › April 6, 2011
B+ or A- This was my favorite course for years. I think it has one of the best mix of woods, elevation, and open area (a little shy on water). Just a great layout.
-  +1 votes  + Jon Schoof › October 30, 2013
In my opinion this course is awesome. A few of the holes early and late are pretty open, but the ones in the woods are awesome. Very technical shots are required and holes very in lengths and elevation as well. When we were there, there was not another person there, so it was very tranquil. Also, in the woods was very picturesque, with a dry creek bed and up against a cemetery.
-  +1 votes  + Grant Kadansky › April 4, 2021
Great variety, starts you off with some more open shots before diving into the woods. They have improved the throwing lines tremendously over the years, still needs some help with signage when it comes to navigating from hole to hole, even just adding arrows to each basket would be incredibly helpful to those who aren't familiar with the course. Some good scoring holes and plenty of challenge, almost all holes should play as par 3, but course pars are very generous.
-  +0 votes  + Todd Dale › November 20, 2010
Fun course! First time playing but had a blast.
-  +0 votes  + Jared Pittman › January 19, 2011
Shorter technical course. Good mix of wooded holes and open. Does have a few holes you can stretch out your throws a bit.
-  +0 votes  + Bill Bertera › April 26, 2012
pretty cool course. good mix of long open holes w/ technical woods.
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Frischkorn › June 8, 2018
Good mix of holes, easy to follow. New tee signs including a hole layout would help make the baskets easier to locate on some of the wooded holes.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Lacine › April 13, 2021
Best disc course in the area. Great variety, signs are a bit generous on pars. Updated since the fall (moved hole one and not sure if there's a warm up area anymore), for the better as hole 18 and hole 1 crisscrossed once the addition was added. Great mix of open and wooded. Definitely the most difficult course with 20 minutes of Rochester. Changed up holes slightly recently with 1 being moved away from 18's end. Practice basket moved/removed though.
-  -4 votes  + Jeff S › May 26, 2021
There are several holes (#6 through #11) that are ridiculously difficult. The landing areas, between heavily dense forests, are no wider than a hallway. The signage is so poor that, on many occasions, I had a difficult time locating the next tee. I got poison ivy looking for my son's disc. Bring extra frisbees . . . you will need them. My advice, save yourself some brain damage and choose a different course.
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