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Great Disc Golf Venue

Love to play disc golf at this location. It is a beautiful setting and actually relaxing to walk... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rick J
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Vancouver, Washington
Having lived next it for 20+ years

ITs a great place to play disc golf, picnic or have a gathering. Yes, there are at times some of... read more

Reviewed 9 December 2017
Doug Y
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1 week ago
“Great Disc Golf Venue”
Dec 8, 2017
“Having lived next it for 20+ years”
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One of Vancouver's oldest parks, Leverich Community Park was first dedicated in 1931. This wooded 16-acre park is located along the Burnt Bridge Creek and features a variety of park amenities including a playground, covered picnic shelter and disc...more
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4209 NE Leverich Park Way, Vancouver, WA 98663-3637
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Love to play disc golf at this location. It is a beautiful setting and actually relaxing to walk around, even when playing the game. We have even seen deer wander around the course.

Thank Rick J
Reviewed 9 December 2017

ITs a great place to play disc golf, picnic or have a gathering. Yes, there are at times some of the less desirable types, but if you see something illegal call it in! that's how we stop or at least slow it down!

Thank Doug Y
Reviewed 2 December 2017

I went here with my wife and daughter with a plan to play a little bit of disk golf. The parking lot was full of a bunch of scruffy 20 somethings anging out and looking as if they were up to no good. You could...More

Thank Ridgefield_Gates
Reviewed 3 August 2016

I love this park, lots of room for large family events, walking the dog and enjoying nature. One of the largest green spaces in the heart of Vancouver. The park over the years has declined as far as the covered area can be very dirty...More

Thank Dianne T
Reviewed 26 July 2016

This is a very nice park with lovely trails and frisbee golf. A stream runs through it with a couple bridges. VERY nice for a relaxing walk....great for children, too!

Thank Liesel M
Reviewed 26 April 2016

It was a great place to have an informal gathering. Grassy area for games, tables for food and snacks sitting and chatting. Lots of trees and privacy. Parking lot close by

1  Thank Ginger C
Reviewed 1 February 2016

The park is very popular with local disc golf enthusiasts. It's free to use, but you must bring your own discs, lots of people out playing, and every group had a dog and a stroller with them. Also popular with cyclists, as the park joins...More

Thank originalamb
Reviewed 23 May 2015

In the City amongst the highways a hidden little gem walking distance from Burnt Bridge creek trail.

Thank Deb B
Reviewed 12 April 2014

This is by far one of the most beautiful places in all of Clark County. It has nice trails for walking, amazing playground and picnic area. However this park has a well noted drug problem, you can not go into the bushes without finding a...More

1  Thank conwaynasa
Reviewed 29 November 2013

This is the best place to play frisbee golf in the area. There are a few others in the area but none have the variety of holes this one has. I wouldn't come here for anything else. I wanted to plan a BBQ here once...More

Thank Cichosz8
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