Disc Golf - General Information
The Oaks Disc Golf Course, operated by the Mokena Community Park District, is a PDGA championship-rated, 27-hole course. The course was constructed in 2005 and is ranked by players as one of the best in the nation.
The 27-hole course has Mach V baskets, 54 rubber tee boxes, and a par of 105. Its length varies from 7,185 to 8,840 yards, offering players of all ability a challenge. Uniquely nestled among thirty-two acres of hundred-year-old majestics oaks, steep ravines, and rolling terrain, holes vary in distance from less than 300 ft. up to 400 ft. Players gain entry to course over water via a trestle bridge and gently spraying fountain. Benches scattered throughout the site provide players with an opportunity to relax between holes.
The Oaks was recently featured in Flying Disc, a widely-known national magazine that provides disc golf players with the latest news about disc golf, disc golf courses, player rankings, and ultimate frisbee. Please click on the link below to view the wonderful article about our course.
Stop at the Administration Builing or the Oaks Recreation Center and browse through one of the largest and best selections of Innova discs for sale in the area. We stock DX, Champion, Star and I-Dyes. You won't be disappointed.
Still photography, filming, and digital imaging are permitted for private, non-commercial use only. All professional photographers, wedding parties, and private groups larger than 5 people taking photos/videos on Mokena Community Park District property are required to obtain a photography permit, per General Use Ord. 4-4. Permits do not include the Disc Golf Course. Disc Golfers ALWAYS have the right-of-way on the course.