Eagle Valley Disc Golf Association
In early 2015 the Carson City Board of Supervisors set aside 100 acres west of Flint Drive
and Rifle Range Road for a disc golf course complex. This complex at build out will have two
tournament courses and a beginner course. The Carson City Parks and Recreation Department is
working with Eagle Valley Disc Golf Association, which is an advocates group volunteering to design
and provide labor, to construct the complex, and to maintain it. We, as disc golf advocates,
desire to raise funds from our local community for disc baskets, tee box materials, hole signage,
parking, and sanitation services.
Any donation - whether it is $50, $100, $500, or $750 towards our project - would be appreciated
and is tax deductible. However, a $1,000 sponsorship would provide your business with the
- Your choice of the disc golf hole, depending on availability. Your
donation would go towards construction of that hole.
- Your business would have a donor's plaque located near the hole's tee box, which would be permanent.
- Your business would get one year free advertising on the sign associated with the hole's tee box.
Eagle Valley Disc Golf Association is a true grass roots effort to provide a quality
outdoor recreational facility for area residents and visitors to the Northern Nevada and
California area. Through our agreement with the Foundation for Carson City Parks and
Recreation (FCCPR, EIN # 47-4750761), a 501(c)(3) organization, your sponsorship is a
tax-deductible investment in our community. Please make you check payable to FCCPR and
mail it to FCCPR, P.O. Box 3266, Carson City, NV 89702. Please note "FCCPR - Disc Golf"
on the memo line. For additional information, contact Dell Martin
at 775-741-5233 or DellMartin61@gmail.com.
Carson City's First Disc Golf Course Nears Completion
(Article from the Late Fall 2018 Newsletter)
The Eagle Valley Disc Golf Association, along with the Carson City Parks, Recreation,
and Open Space Department, is developing a 27-hole disc golf complex on 100 acres at the
east edge of Carson City off of Flint Drive. In 2016, the Association, a group of volunteer
advocates who designed and provide labor for the construction and maintenance of the complex,
and the City jointly applied for a federally funded Land and Water Conservation Fund grant
administered by the Nevada Division of Parks. The application was successful, and a $100,000
grant towards the construction of the course was awarded in 2017. Construction is underway
and the course is expected to open sometime in early 2019.
Construction of the Disc Golf Complex includes the development of course parking and related
infrastructure, as well as the course itself. When complete, the complex will contain 2
distinct courses: a 9-hole, family-friendly, novice course tentatively named the "Pony
Express Course," and a 27-hole championship-level course, tentatively named the "Stadium
Course." Subject to official approval, the proposed name for the disc golf complex as a
whole, will be the "Carson Ridge Disc Golf Complex."
The grassroots effort by the Eagle Valley Disc Golf Association to make the complex
possible provides a brand new quality outdoor recreational facility for area residents
and visitors. Visit the Eagle Valley Disc Association's Facebook page at:
www.facebook.com/Eagle-Valley-Disc-Golf-Association-1683293901982554/. Contact the
Disc Golf Association by email at email@example.com, or through the Foundation, at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Hole sponsors and donations for the course's construction
are still needed. Donations for the Disc Golf Complex, like other donations to the
Foundation, are tax-deductible.
Pictured: View from a future hole on the course.
Link to a CarsonNow.org
article about the project.