The Kemptville Disc Golf Club, formed in 2021 by a group of dedicated community volunteers and passionate disc golfers, operates an 18 hole course on approximately 18 acres of the Ferguson Forest Centre. The KDGC welcomes members of all levels, with a mission to promote and foster the community benefits of disc golf through organization, cooperation, and competition.
Immediately popular upon opening in 2021, in 2022, the KDGC expanded from 9 to 18 holes through mowed meadow and wooded forest, and plans to host two tournaments. Complete with a fun league and nighttime ‘glow rounds', the KDGC has undeniable appeal for people who want to enjoy the outdoors in a natural setting while having fun and getting exercise along the way.
This course is free to play. Those who wish to support the KDGC and their work can purchase an optional membership. Not sure where and how to start? If you are a member of the North Greenville Public Library, you can borrow disc sets, and learn the basics of disc golf techniques, rules and etiquette with an easy online search.
For more information and to keep up to date on the KDGC activities, please visit and follow their Facebook page.