Cooper's Hawk Disc Golf Course


Cooper’s Hawk Disc Golf Course is located in the forested area of the Willow Point Sportsplex at 1800 South Alder Street, Campbell River. The course has 19 red pads (beginner), 19 blue pads (intermediate), and 9 gold pads (expert) that are sure to make the course fun for all ages and skill levels. The course is constantly evolving and the city did a major upgrade in 2020 that included new tee pads, alternate pin locations, new maps and hole signage, upgraded paths, drainage work, and new bridges. Additionally, the local disc golf club has regular maintenance days to keep the course in great shape. This free to play course is one of the best courses on Vancouver Island and worth a visit!

The course opened Saturday, June 7, 2003 and is a popular sport for the whole family. Disc golf is played like ball golf, using a flying disc. Need to rent a disc?  The Sportsplex office will rent you one. Pay $10 down for each disc (cash or credit card) and you will get an $8 refund when you return the disc. General all-purpose discs are on sale at the Sportsplex for $10 each.

Special thanks to our sponsors for providing the manpower and funds to build the course for the community: Finn Ronne, Royal Lepage Advance Realty, British Columbia Schizophrenia Society, Strathcona Toyota, Bill Matthews, Thrifty Foods, Cutting Edge Forest Joe Dowe, Kirk Auto Parts, NorskeCanada, Speedpro Sign Plus, Rotary Day Break, Merit Home Furniture & Appliance, Willows Neigbourhood Pub, and Highland Engineering Ludvigson Land Surveying.

Outdoor Ball Hockey Court

The outdoor ball hockey court is located in the bottom parking lot at Willow Point Park and can be used free of charge by the whole family. Participants need to bring their own equipment.

Tennis Courts

_E5Q3519The community has three parks that offer tennis courts. There are four courts at Willow Point Park, two at Robron Park and four at Centennial Park. Both Willow Point and Centennial have practice walls and Willow Point has 2 courts that are lighted.

Use of the tennis courts are first come, first serve.  During the summer months the Tennis Club books times at Willow Point. Call the Sportsplex at 250-923-7911 to see when the courts are available for public use.


There are two Bocce Courts available for public use, free of charge, at Willow Point Park. A set of Bocce balls are also available from the Sportsplex. Special thanks to the Campbell River Italian Cultural Society for the construction of this facility.

Sand Volleyball Courts

Willow Point Parks has two sand volleyball courts located beside the Sportsplex. The courts are available on a first come first served basis. There is no charge to use the courts. Loaner volleyballs are available at the Sportsplex front desk.  These courts were funded in part by Campbell River CRUSH Volleyball.


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