Disc Golf Feasibility Study

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The City of St. Albert is moving forward with a Disc Golf Feasibility Study that will help identify the potential for a 9- or 18-hole disc golf course within existing green spaces in the community.

Part of the study will help gauge the feasibility, support, and likely use of a disc golf course, as well as help understand the potential issues and challenges that the addition of this activity in our park spaces could pose.

The project will proceed through several stages of thoughtful analysis, starting with the identification of space/land criteria that best suits the sport of disc golf. These criteria will help identify sites and land parcels that could be suitable for disc golf and those that would not be able to accommodate this use.

Once the criteria for the successful addition of a disc golf course have been identified, the lands that satisfy the greatest number of the highest desirable elements will be pulled out for further analysis. A critical component of the study will centre around where we would host this activity without the displacement of current recreational activities already in place.

For a detailed look at the steps undertaken in this study, please watch the video located on the right-hand side of this page. This will give you an overview of the feasibility process.

(Note: click the icon to view in full-screen mode)

A public survey for the potential disc golf sites was available from August 6 to 20, 2021


Please click the “Stay Informed” option on the right-hand side of this page to receive updates as this project progresses.

The City of St. Albert is moving forward with a Disc Golf Feasibility Study that will help identify the potential for a 9- or 18-hole disc golf course within existing green spaces in the community.

Part of the study will help gauge the feasibility, support, and likely use of a disc golf course, as well as help understand the potential issues and challenges that the addition of this activity in our park spaces could pose.

The project will proceed through several stages of thoughtful analysis, starting with the identification of space/land criteria that best suits the sport of disc golf. These criteria will help identify sites and land parcels that could be suitable for disc golf and those that would not be able to accommodate this use.

Once the criteria for the successful addition of a disc golf course have been identified, the lands that satisfy the greatest number of the highest desirable elements will be pulled out for further analysis. A critical component of the study will centre around where we would host this activity without the displacement of current recreational activities already in place.

For a detailed look at the steps undertaken in this study, please watch the video located on the right-hand side of this page. This will give you an overview of the feasibility process.

(Note: click the icon to view in full-screen mode)

A public survey for the potential disc golf sites was available from August 6 to 20, 2021

Consultation has concluded
  • What We Heard Report - Disc Golf Feasibility Survey

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    Thank you to those who submitted their thoughts and ideas through the Disc Golf Feasibility survey.

    The valuable feedback and information that the project team received was used in determining the best site, Kingswood Park, for the proposed use. The draft disc golf course layout at Kingswood Park along with the results from the survey can be found in the What We Heard Report that is located on the right-hand side under key documents.

    Next steps: The project team will compile the results and its recommendations in a report to City Council in September 2021.

  • Survey Closed

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    Thank you for the feedback and thoughts during the public survey on the disc golf feasibility study. We received 235 responses, and this valuable feedback will assist us as we move forward with the feasibility study.

    A What We Heard Report containing the results of the survey will be available at the end of August 2021.