Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: Mach III
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Slight Slope
Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
Course Length: 4,584ft
Alternate Length: 5,633ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 14 | 300 - 400ft: 4 | Over 400ft: 0


On Hwy 360, 0.5 mile south of split with Hwy 121. Exit Stone Meyers and stay along the access road for 360. Going south, park entrance is on right, look for ball field and power lines. Take 2nd entrance.

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Course Reviews

by Roll14Tide on Sep 15, 2014 at 8:49pm

Solid course, easy to moderate difficulty. Could use better signage leading from basket to next tee. And one hole crossing a creek needs a bridge built across or else just move this hole somewhere else. When muddy, one has to walk way around the park to get across or else slide down the mud into the creek at the bottom.

by Skleiber on Mar 27, 2013 at 10:47pm

2 concrete pads per hole Standard & Advanced. Plays along creek that comes into play on several holes. 'Standard'
tee pads play shorter and easier than the 'Advanced' tee pads.
Transition from 12 to 13 is not well marked.

by rubberto on Feb 1, 2013 at 4:03pm

Nice course for my sons and myself. All baskets are there
Just finishing up the parking lot.lots of people coming out
And playing this sport. We have 2 other parks nearby and wished
They'd make courses's in the euless area..

by SpurtReynolds on Jun 29, 2012 at 10:43am

Good course. dual tee boxes are nice. but posion ivy everywhere for those of you who have reactions to it and have a habit of throwing into the woods. stag water too. Fun as hell though...i've heard there's cops but i've never seen any

by NateDaaawg on Oct 21, 2010 at 10:28am

One basket was stolen...hole #12 I believe (the best hole on the course :( )

Other than that, the course is just as playable as ever.

by mtlknee3 on Aug 24, 2010 at 2:05am

Good challenging course. I haven't played this course in awhile, but I will have to say that police stroll that park on the regular and I had all my discs stolen while trying to help someone retrieve their disc from the creek. So that person's actions have caused me not to throw this course in over 2 years. Thanks prick!!!! I'm sure there's a special place in hell for you and your actions!!! If you throw this course, keep your discs close to you!!

by Bigpops on Jun 8, 2010 at 7:56pm

This is one of the best courses in the DFW area. My wife even loved it. It has almost every challange and is very fun. It does have poison ivy every where. Hole 12 is a blast

by crono782 on May 7, 2010 at 1:56pm

I consider this park my "home course" as I've been playing it since 1999. Great course to bring beginner players and it stays challenging to those who have been playing a while. I've personally never had a run-in with any cops and my skin doesn't seem to care about poison ivy at all so I can't really comment on that.

Pros: Good variety of shots and other players are friendly. Easy to navigate course. Well maintained and great opportunities to find lost discs if you don't mind getting wet.
Cons: Gets crowded at peak play times.

This is my favorite course to play. Its well shaded in the summer and I like playing it in the rain/snow as its pretty empty then and the course doesn't get over soggy.

*Doug, did that meeting ever get scheduled or the issues resolved?*

by devans on Jan 22, 2010 at 12:30pm

Please note that the disc golf baskets have not been removed from Bear Creek Park. However, there has been issues/conflicts at the park and the Grapevine Parks Board is looking into these. We plan to have a meeting at the course within the next three weeks with course users to discuss issues and talk about maintenance of the course. Can you help me pass the word on this meeting if I get a date and time to you? Thanks Doug Evans, Director of Parks and Recreation

by Brian on Dec 3, 2009 at 11:00pm

This course has many flaws but it is still one of my favorites.

Pros: Easy and fun to play. Dual concrete tees. Better suited for amateurs (like me). Good use of Bear Creek as an obstacle on many holes. Many a disc finds the bottom of the creek or the "gator hole" pond which is a well-located hazard on 2 of the holes. Well shielded from the wind on all but the windiest of days. The signature hole is 12 which goes over a large ravine with a shallow feeder creek at the bottom. The trees on this hole on the other side of the ravine punish errant shots by knocking your disc back into the ravine. Decent shade on most holes and most holes have several logs to sit on at the tees.

Cons: POISON IVY EVERYWHERE!!!!! Your punishment for throwing off into the woods may be greater than you think. I hear cops have a small-town mentality and harass those who partake in drinking beer and the like...but I have played this course over a 100 times and have never had an issue. Takes a long time to dry out after a rain and mosquitoes can be bad on several holes. Hole 6 has this nasty cesspool which used to be part of a feeder creek but is nothing but stagnant water most of the time. Very crowded on weekends and nice afternoons.

by JDGuy on Nov 9, 2009 at 7:11pm

Bear Creek is a great course, my favorite in fact. It has absolutely everything you need, hyzers, anhyzers, rollers, thumbers, tomahawks, long open drives, tight wooded drives, ravines. I don't give it a 5 because there must be a better course out there somewhere that i haven't played.

Oh, and i played just yesterday, and the baskets were definitely there. I've heard rumors about someone in city council wanting to shut the place down, which would be very tragic. But i noticed this last time out, they even cleaned up the course to remove some Poison Ivy and rough brush entanglements.

by McDeez32332 on Oct 29, 2009 at 4:59pm


by aquisenberry on Oct 22, 2009 at 10:22am

I have not confirmed the rumor. But, I heard the baskets were pulled.