French Creek State Park

Birdsboro, Pennsylvania     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + ray mclaughlin › October 13, 2010
18 wooded holes with two baskets on each hole allow for players of any skill level to have an enjoyable round.The short baskets are 200-300 feet from the well consrtucted fly-pads.The longs are anywhere between 350 to 850 feet to provide a real challenge.The course is laid out on a hillside of rocky terrain with mixed hardwoods providing the canopy and character of the course.The local club has done a great job laying out and maitaining the course which is about two years old.I am certain more w ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ray "Rman" Rogers › July 1, 2013
Accuracy is a must here. 2 baskets on each hole give the player an option on how they want to challenge themselves. The gold layout will challenge even the best arms out there.
-  +0 votes  + David Powell › June 17, 2012
Needs next tee signs
-  +0 votes  + Russell Krise › April 14, 2011
8AM round; very beautiful and peaceful day; second round ever and first for long course; I can do better but was pleased with efforts; coming back for tourny soon!
-  +0 votes  + Angelo Di Carlo › October 20, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Kyleen Stoebenau › May 14, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Roger Cole › August 25, 2013
We played the silver baskets, because the golds were just rediculously LONG! The course seems to cater to the righty players, but it kept this southpaw challenged. I like that it didn't seem to have a lot of thick bushes that would eat up your lost discs. It was a very rocky terrain, which was different from what I am used to, so the change of scenery was nice. Lot of trees, and tight fairways. I also liked the variance in elevations. The teeboxes and tee signs were very well designed and ...
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-  +0 votes  + Thomas Kunz › October 5, 2013
French Creek is a very nice course which is wooded throughout the entire course. Very rocky in some spots which can detour play in the wintertime. I recommend it in the spring,summer,fall.
-  +0 votes  + charles barrie › July 29, 2015
Be ready to watch your disc crash and burn due to the high concentration of timber jets in the sky! Bring a large assortment of battle discs and be prepared to let them fly beyond sight as few holes allow for a full view. Stony landings are consistent with little skip. Be ready for two grand scavenger hunts looking for the next tee.
-  +0 votes  + Tim W › July 18, 2014
Some great scenery, well maintained holes. Tight fairways and hit lots of trees on my drive....less aggressive drives might be a good idea.
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Ottaviano › November 23, 2015
French Creek is a fantastic place to play. Single tee pad with 2 baskets per hole. Best tee pads around, never slippery, even when wet. Views in the woods are amazing any time of year. Well maintained by the Dead Dogs Disc Club along with a ton of volunteers. With the two baskets, you can play an easier round, or a long tough round, but one thing is for sure, you will have a great time. Score cards with a map on the back make for a fun round.
-  +0 votes  + Glen McCoon › October 27, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Bruno Heisner › November 19, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Brian Cox › February 12, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Tim Hartman › May 21, 2016
Challenging, but be sure to use a spotter as discs can disappear in the middle of the fairway under leaves