Bird's Nest Disc Park

Arvada, Colorado     1 course · 26 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Ryan Foose › October 8, 2010
Can be hard to find discs IF you have an errant shot. Great length variety and some neat elevations!
-  +0 votes  + Tomahawk Tony › October 2, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Paul Rothley › December 26, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Patrick Blazek › January 28, 2011
Now this course is a fairly wide open course but they did a great job with the space they were provided. It's right by the foothills so there's some pretty cool views of the mountains. It's a pretty lenghty course not many trees and some tall grass. It's 24 holes and mostly flat, aside from hole 1 and like 18 and 19. If you like courses that are just disc golf courses and not in parks this one is nice and quiet
-  +0 votes  + Larry P › April 25, 2011
A fun course...close to home and baskets moved periodically for extra challenge. A TIP! Use your camera phone to take a pic of course maps on unfamiliar courses so you don't hold up play looking for the next tee!
-  +0 votes  + grizzly bryan › March 19, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Rob Jackson › April 13, 2012
Long and open. Fun for long throwers. Sometimes windy, and by late summer the grass can get a little long. All in all a well-kept course with a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains.
-  +0 votes  + Chi Beard › November 27, 2013
Fun course with nice elevation change. The distance variation is about perfect. Most shots wide open with multiple lines. Not many obstacles to navigate.
-  +0 votes  + Anthony Desappio › September 29, 2012
Should be dust bowl not birds nest!
-  +0 votes  + Kermie Maldonado › November 26, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Jim Limer › April 5, 2013
We were here in March, 2013. Conditions were windy, in the 50's and no snow. Tee boxes were very hard to find at times (most were only piles of rocks), we accidentally skipped one hole, and the trails were sometimes hard to see perhaps because of the season. There are a few trees and a couple swamps. There are quite a few longer holes which made it more fun. I think it would have been much better in the summer!
-  +0 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › November 18, 2013
Good location, although its a little dusty out there its got some challenging shots and not too many are chip shots, defiantly a challenging course
-  +0 votes  + Dan Chando › September 22, 2014
Big arm course. Lot's a long, open holes. Best to play in the early spring or late fall. It get's pretty over grown in the summer time, and it can be extremely hot since there are virtually no shaded areas. It can be a bit tricky to follow so it's best to play with someone who knows the course.
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Tot › September 7, 2014
Always windy--NEVER busy. Beautiful backdrop on most holes. Good luck finding your disc in the long stuff. They rarely mow down the tall grass on most holes. Keep a good eye on your disc or have someone spot it for you. Great course!
-  +0 votes  + Justin Burger › December 5, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Brian Schuyler › January 31, 2015
Long course with lots of challenging foliage to lose a disc within. The course layout is funky, and the hole lengths and locations are fun to play. Scenery is gorgeous with the mountains behind the sage brush and cactus of the course itself.
-  +0 votes  + Steve Roybal › April 6, 2015
WINDY but fun. challenging, and overall a good experience every time I go.
-  +0 votes  + Scottie Reslock › July 17, 2015
Would really like to give this course a better review because it truly does have potential. Fun shots, a possible 26 holes, good baskets, big pads on every hole I played, great views & very quiet. On the down swing it is massively over grown. Holes 19 - 26 are unplayable. The grass is nearly waste high with hidden cacti & yucca plants making it dangerous to attempt. Plus unless you have played there before it can be hard to find the next tee pad. Once upon a time they had signs that clearly had ...
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