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Outdoor Recreation


Bowers Park Disc Golf Course

  • Fun and challenging in hilly, wooded terrain. Features 3 open holes and 15 in beautiful woods. Three holes are positioned along a creek. All holes have 3 carpeted tee pads for all skill levels. 
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Palmore Park Disc Golf Course

  • The course has 18 holes and the course is mostly flat terrain and since it is flat it is a good course for beginners just learning to play disc golf.
  • There are tees for ALL skill levels: Gold, tees for pros with several +900' holes, Blue long tees, White short tees and Red tees for beginners. 

    -Brand new Innova Discatcher Targets
    -Multiple pin locations on most all holes
    -Great use of O.B. and tree lines to accommodate lack of elevation and obstacles 
    -Course runs along edge of park and mostly avoids other commonly used areas

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Ol' Colony Disc Golf Course

  •  This mixed terrain course features open field shots with some changes in elevation and tightly wooded holes. The course has one tee and two pin positions per hole. 
  • Disc golfers are encouraged to use the golf clubhouse snack bar and bathrooms.
  • Dress code - disc golfers must wear a shirt during play.
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Tuscaloosa Community Archery Park

The Tuscaloosa Community Archery Park is located in Faucett Brothers Park at 13040 Eugenia Faucett Drive, Northport.

The facility includes an 11-target adult range from 15 to 80 yards, an eight-target youth range of five to 20 yards, a four-target range of 10 to 40 yards with a 12-foot platform and a 10-target walking course. 


Day use of the park is free for those under 16 years of age or over 65 years of age. Alabamians ages 16 to 64 must have a hunting license, Wildlife Management Area license, or Wildlife Heritage license in order to shoot.


The park is open daily when the Faucett Brothers Center opens and closes at dusk. Archers must sign in at the Center before using the range.


The Park was made possible by: Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Archery Trade Association and PARA.


For more information or Archery classes contact Mark Harrison.

Mark Harrison

Director of Aquatics & Outdoor Pursuits