Blue Heron Park and Wetlands

Franklin, Indiana     1 course · 25 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Brian 'The Brain' Evans › March 5, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Marcus Gresham › November 10, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Paul Tribble › July 6, 2016
I really enjoyed this course. Kinda odd to see no scores or reviews posted in years. most holes were 2-300 ft but they did very good adding water in the mix on a lot of holes. The course was very well maintained also. If this course had longer holes it would easily be an "A". Good job to whoever put this one in.
-  +0 votes  + Jerry A. › September 5, 2014
Fun,tough,wet,weedy,wooded course has just about everything u like and dislike.all in all awesome course
-  +0 votes  + Blair V › July 24, 2014
Lots of water holes, and the reeds are rough off of 2. Nice mix.
-  -1 votes  + Aaron Rogers › July 21, 2014
Without caution you will loose a disc in the water.. 6 holes that you could lose in water.. 4 holes in woods that really were not fun only shoot you had was to scoot it off the groud. the rest were in open feilds. if you can bomb the disc you will score well
-  +0 votes  + Tyler A › June 23, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Joel Ahearn › May 28, 2014
Beautiful course that is well kept and challenging. There's a ton of densely wooded areas and water hazards so I'd advise bringing a dragon or other water-floating disc.
I lost my favorite disc here :(
-  +0 votes  + David 'Pockets' Rose › May 26, 2014
Difficult course for beginners with multiple chances to loose discs in the water. Very well kept with great baskets and tee signage that includes hooks for your bags. There also appears to be lots of poison ivy after the 12th hole. Overall, the course is very well kept with nice variety, but you may want to have a Dragon for this course.
-  +0 votes  + Dj Spencer › May 18, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Lawrence Leonardi › July 18, 2013
Nice beginner course with plenty of OB and lost disc opportunities, but not many risk reward shots.

Beautiful and accurate tee signs, course is easy to follow when playing for the first time.
-  +0 votes  + Kristen Meyer › April 7, 2013
Good course but not a whole lot of challenge. A lot of water hazards and they instruct you not to go in water after discs. I would bring your floating discs and disc retrievers.
-  +0 votes  + Bill Stivers › June 5, 2012
This course is in a beautiful park. Holes 1,2,3, 11, and 12 are along water. Holes 13,14,16, and 17 wooded. Holes near water are not friendly to beginners or the over confident. Bring a floater! Course is well taken care and flat. Moving between tees are well marked and easy to find. When entering the woods follow the Yellow rope to hole 13. This course was my first experiance with Disc Golf and got me excited about this game.
-  +0 votes  + cory gallagher › February 16, 2012
At least 11 holes have water OB 3 of which you'll have to have a wet suit and mask. 5 wooded shots ,not long but technical, break up mix of water and open holes and a nice 500+ ft 18th to finish out . Tees are composite, signs are well made and easy to follow
Not much elevation and a little extra walking to get from front 9 to back 9 . Park is clean and not very populated after noon seasonal restrooms available in the front of the course along with a practice basket .