Riverside Bicycle/House of Wang 2014 Kinston Ice Bowl - Thank you all! You raised $842 for Mary's Kitchen and for Friends of the Homeless
Kinston Course #2 design underway; site proposal documents have been approved - Site Google MapDUBS & BAG TAGS:
K-2 Gets the Nod from FEMA
We've been waiting for approval of K2 for over a year. On August 5th, 2013, we finally recieved a letter of approval for the course on the selected property. This is good news and comes at a good time, allowing us to work on course development in the Fall and Winter when the dense areas of the property will be easier to deal with.
We'll have an organizational meeting soon to show off the property and to prepare for getting the course in the ground. Keep an eye out for more details here.
We're now holding Random Draw Doubles every Sunday afternoon at 2:30pm for the summer. We've had great results and lots of folks coming out to play. So, please consider coming out for Sunday Afternoon Doubles! And now that doubles starts at 3:00pm, you'll have time to make it to Kinston after Sunday Baggers. Don't miss it.
Be sure to visit our events page to get all the details and information about upcoming local and regional events and on-going series...
Kinston Disc Golf Club members will get a disc, a discount on regular discs from the club store and a discount on PDGA memberships and renewals. All it takes to become a member is $15.00 and willingness to participate. Join the club and have more fun playing disc golf in Kinston!
Disc Golf in Kinston...
Kinston, NC's Barnet Park features an excellent 18-hole disc golf course, which winds its way through the woods around the park. This site shows the course, tells you how to find it, and offers suggestions on getting the most enjoyment from your time on the course. It is also intended to be a virtual hub for the local disc golf community. Kinston is a great place to play disc golf. We hope to see you on the course.
Barnet Park is located just off Hwy. 258-N in Kinston. That's 258-N running across the bottom of the photo. The disc golf course starts at the edge of the woods near the center of the 2 softball fields visible in the middle. It then winds its way through the wooded area around the park and ends up near the parking area to the left of the soccer fields in the image above. (Many thanks to Steve Spaanbroek for flying Joel over the park to get the photo.) Click here for a Google map.
If you want more info, you can contact us at email@example.com.
If you're from out of town and have your own club, we invite you to get in touch. We'll be happy to post your events on our calendar.
Get involved today. Join the club!
If you're new to disc golf and need some discs, the Parks & Recreation Department office can help. They offer a basic selection of discs perfect for starting out. Click here for details.
The Kinston/Lenoir Co. Parks & Rec. Department now has a selection of custom hot-stamped Barnet Park Hole #9 discs in stock. They have Star T-Rex, DX Leopards, Rocs and Aviars. Get your set today!
We look forward to seeing you on the course.