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Of all outdoor sports, there are probably none that combine leisure and competition as well as Disc Golf. The barrier to entry is low: you’re huckin’ discs. The vibe is chill: you’re huckin’ discs. The fun is high: you’re huckin’ discs!

So, if you’re near us here in Portland, Maine, where do you go to shoot for a birdie or two? Well, as people that live and work here in Maine, we have some ideas. Below, you’ll find a list of our favorite disc golf courses that are near-ish to Maine’s most populous city, Portland.

Without further ado, here are our favorite disc golf courses near Portland, Maine.

Pleasant Hill

Scarborough, ME

This is the most popular course in the Portland area. First, if you’re in need of a disc, their onsite store has a really, really extensive collection of discs. So you can grab one there. And the nicely laid our course is a big draw for locals, so you’ll need to book a tee time.

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Bittersweet Ridge

North Yarmouth, ME

If you’re looking for a wooded challenge with many a gap to clear and tree to thread, this is your course. Two excellent 18-hole course, mostly wooded with elevation. Stop by and enjoy!

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Allagash disc golf discs on a wooden table, lookin' all nice.

Twin Brook Park

Cumberland, ME

A local for many folks living just north of Portland. This is a scenic 9-hole course through open fields. Keep an eye on your disc in the warmer months, and keep them in bounds, because tall OOB grasses will make it hard for you if you lose ’em. Also be prepared for off-leash dogs to snag your disc on the course. Just a relaxed, lovely atmosphere.

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Pratt’s Brook Park

Yarmouth, ME

Along with walking trails and natural beauty, you’ll find a small, free disc golf course.  This one winds you through the trees and bushes, so you’ve got to up your accuracy to play well.

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Sunset Ridge

Westbrook, ME

This newer 9-hole disc golf course is a town over from Portland, in Westbrook. It winds through an 18-hole golf course, so you’ll get a little bit of both golfing worlds when you play here.

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Pineland Farms

New Gloucester, ME

You’re looking at the crown jewel of disc golf among the options. Two fantastic 9-hole courses with all sorts of terrain on their beautiful grounds. And afterwards (or before) you can hit up their shop for local food options galore.

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Woodland Valley

Limerick, ME

Three 18-hole courses—Black Bear, Grizzly, and Kodiak—offer a range of challenges. Their fees are also modest, and the course is a fast-growing favorite among Mainers inland and on the coast. Sure, it’s a bit of a drive, but this course is well worth it.

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Sabbattus Disc Golf

Sabbattus, ME

This is firmly not even close to Portland, but is the most legendary disc golf destination in Maine, in our humble opinion. Four 18-hole courses, all different terrain. Absolutely enormous(!) pro shop. No article about disc golf in Maine is complete without it, so we had to add it in.

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Brett has been a part of the Allagash Marketing Team since 2016. He's a big fan of sharing the many stories Allagash has to offer, through blogs, newsletters, as the host of their podcast, and in intermittent appearances on social media.