+1 votes Chad Varden › October 18, 2011
Awesome course. Very challenging wooded areas and ravines. Most of the course is primarily in the woods, and there are plenty of hazard zones. There are pretty steep hills all over the place, and one of the holes is actually right on the edge of the largest ravine in the park. If your disc goes into the ravine, scaling down the side of the cliff isn't recommended, but it is more fun. 70% of the holes in the park are visible from the starting tee, and the trees are slender for the most part, and spread out quite well. Definitely my favorite course so far.
+0 votes Christopher "THUMBER" da Rosa › March 26, 2012
+0 votes Jimmy Carman › June 21, 2014
+0 votes Max Marko › June 7, 2015
Great course. Lotta garbage
+0 votes Aaron F › July 11, 2015
This is the only course I've played on since I've started. As a beginner I find it to be pretty difficult given that most of the course is in the woods and next to deep ravines. That being said, it's a pretty good course to hone my skills with all the trees that need to be traversed. The course is awfully messy with broken glass all over though
+0 votes Garrett Pantano › October 4, 2015
great technical course close to where i live been playing here for years
+0 votes John Marranca Jr › October 27, 2015
Great course for technical players. Some decent terrain, but you don't need to be half mountain goat like you do at Emery. If you're used to blasting shots, like at Joe D in Lewiston, FORGET IT. Chestnut requires finesse. You can literally play the entire game using an Innova Dart, due to the skill involved.
+0 votes Joe kelly › June 14, 2016
+0 votes John OKeefe › July 28, 2016
not for beginners - a lot of water hazards and opportunity to lose discs. Tee pads are nice. Not a lot of trees to get in the way. Experts will probably like.