Disc Golf

family of four playing disc golf

Lenexa has three disc golf courses: a 9-hole course at Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park, as well as a 9-hole and 18-hole course at Black Hoof Park.

Play is free and open to the public from dawn to dusk. Discs are not provided or available on-site.

Disc golf courses

Black Hoof Park

The City of Lenexa's Black Hoof Disc Golf Course is a premier destination for disc golf in the Kansas City area. It includes two courses at Black Hoof Park.

The championship-level, 10,000-foot-long 18-hole disc golf course, driven by Henderson Engineers, is laid into 80 acres of rugged terrain. It includes multiple teepads and basket locations on most holes, offering course variations for users.

The 9-hole disc golf course is shorter and more approachable for families and novice players.

Access the disc golf courses from the parking lots off of 89th Street at Monticello Road. 

9-Hole Course Map(PDF, 6MB)
18-Hole Course Map(PDF, 7MB)

Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park

This 9-hole disc golf course is perfect for families starting out or experienced disc golf players wanting to fine-tune their short-game skills.

The course begins near the basketball court at Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park, 87th Street Parkway and Greenway Lane. 

Course Map(PDF, 7MB)


Course rules

  • Some courses are surrounded by private property. Do not enter onto private property.
  • Some courses have multiple sets of teepads and baskets on each hole, offering course variations. You can pick any combo of course to play.
  • Please respect the course. Do not alter the course, signage or trees in any fashion. Please report course issues or suggestions to discgolf@lenexa.com.
  • Disc golf course hours are dawn to dusk.
  • No alcoholic beverages or tobacco products are allowed in the parks.
  • Pets must be on a leash. Pick up after your pet.

Tips and etiquette

  • Whoever is farthest from the hole throws first.
  • Please do not throw when other players, pedestrians or other park users are within range. If there is a chance you could hit them, don't throw.
  • If a group is playing slow, please allow the faster group to play through.
  • Please limit groups to five people or less.
  • Return found discs at one of the designated lost disc drops located at the end of the course.


Help support the ongoing maintenance of Lenexa's disc golf courses. The City of Lenexa offers disc golf sponsorship packages and accepts individual donations at paypal.me/cityoflenexa.

Black Hoof Park’s two disc golf courses would not be possible without the generous support of Henderson Engineers (18-hole course), and the Kansas Flying Disc Association (9-hole course).