Lucky Peak State Park

Boise, Idaho     3 courses · 58 holes     Driving directions
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Kevin Stanger    March 17 at 5:12am

Spring is here and summer approaching. Can’t believe there are so few events in Boise area.

Terek Worley   March 17 at 12:38pm

Keep an eye out there's just not very many posted up right now. There's at least five that I know of that I'm helping with in probably five others that will be up soon. get ready for golf every weekend pretty much

Kevin Stanger   March 17 at 3:01pm

Excellent, I'll keep checking!

Todd M    March 7, 2016 at 1:39am

20 baskets now, awesome course, plan on some extra time to look for your discs!

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Terek Worley   March 8, 2016 at 7:38am

Paul C, you need to get up to bogus then, best two courses in idaho are up there

Todd M   March 8, 2016 at 10:49am

I agree, come on sun melt that snow!!

Paul C   March 11, 2016 at 10:57am

Terek, I'll take you up on that when I am back in the Boise. I live in Ohio. It's a very nice friendly community, and definitely want to explore some more disc golf courses.

Paul C    July 15, 2014 at 11:38pm

I'm going to be visiting Idaho in about 2 weeks. I noticed by the excellent reviews that Lucky Peak State Park seems to be the course of choice in the Boise area. I just wanted to find out if it is easy to find your way from one ole to the next. If not, then what course would anyone recommend in the Boise area. I just don't want to spend my time being lost and trying to find my way around from one hole to the next.

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Paul Schaufele   July 18, 2014 at 9:54am

Lucky Peak has 3 courses. The Sandy Point course is winter only. Lydle Gulch has the Gold (longer) and Blue (shorter) courses. I have only played a few holes on the Gold course (we quit due to muddy footing this winter). I believe the Gold course tee boxes have been completed, but I'm not ... more

Paul Schaufele   July 18, 2014 at 9:55am

One more thing: There are maps of all course available on the DG Review website. The terrain at Lydle Gulch is wild grass, sagebrush, and scattered small trees. There are no mowed fairways and it will be totally dried out this time of year. Navigation between holes is decent if you have a map. T ... more

Paul Schaufele   July 23, 2014 at 7:15pm

Paul, I just got back from playing the Bogus Basin Simplot Lodge (lower) course. It was great! I highly recommend playing it when you come.