Milo McIver Disc Golf Course
24101 South Entrance Road
Estacada, OR 97023
around 2001 Milo McIver is considered to be the "Crown Jewel" of Oregon Disc Golf courses. Built into an abandoned ball golf course, Milo McIver is a multiple par 4 and par 5 championship level course. McIver also contains an alternate 36 hole monster layout that plays host to the Beaver State Fling, a PDGA National Tour Event. Nestled in the riverbend of the Clackamas River, McIver's equipment consists of 27 Innova DiscCatcher baskets, for the standard 27 hole layout. There are an additional 9 baskets for the Tournament Layout and
CEMENT Tee Pads. A major basket upgrade took place for the Beaver State Fling 2011. The baskets are all consistent and now have a uniform RED powder coat. Alcohol is permitted in the park and
dogs require leashes.
Please pack out your trash and recycle your recyclables!
Click here for Oregon State Parks & Recreation's official webpage and historical description.
Besides having multiple par 4's and par 5's, Milo McIver also containts shorter tees for beginner and amateur players. Nestled into the Clackamas River riverbend, Milo McIver posseses the scenic beauty and solitude for an epic disc golf experience. Milo McIver is not known to be the most beginner friendly course. Discs can be lost in the river, there are blackberry bushes on some holes and many difficult rough spots to be avoided. There is also poison oak in the warmer months.
Also the sheer amount of holes tends to be confusing for beginner players. Tee signs don't always reflect the layout more experienced players play. Professional players and old time regulars tend to play the standard 27 layout beginning in the West parking lot. Many beginners tend to get lost and confused as to the proper layout.
The addition of the Tournament 36 hole MONSTER layout also confuses people further. There are multiple events throughout the year that use the 36 hole tournament layout. Beginning players may get confused as there are no tee signs identifying this layout. The extra 9 Tournament holes do not stay in year round because they interfere with picnic areas. :( Scroll down for a printable course map.