Catawba Meadows Park Nature Trail Disc Golf Course
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Catawba Meadows Park Nature Trail Disc Golf Course TRACK Trail Adventures
Whether in good shots or in actual birds, it's always good to see as many "Birdies" as possible during your round of disc golf. The "Birdies" scorecard/field-guide was designed to help players identify some of the more common birds found at Catawba Meadows Park. How many "Birdies" will you see during your round today?Download Now
When disc golfers hit a tree with their disc and get a favorable bounce, they call that “Tree Love”. Use the pictures on this scorecard to identify a few of the trees found here at Catawba Meadows Park. Every time you hit a tree with your frisbee, take a second to try to identify it. Look at its bark, leaf shape and other identifying features. Soon, identifying trees will be as easy as making a five foot putt.Download Now
From Downtown Morganton: Take N. Green Street north. Turn right on Sanford Drive. Turn left onto Catawba Meadows Drive. Turn left at the intersection and turn left into the parking area.
From Route 40 Eastbound: Take exit 100 toward Jamestown Rd. Continue for 2 miles, then turn Left onto Jamestown Rd. Turn Right onto Carbon City Rd. Continue onto W Union St. Turn left onto US-64 Bypass W/ Sanford Dr. Continue for 1.9 miles, then turn Left onto Catawba Meadows Dr.
From Route 40 Westbound: Take exit 103 for US-64 toward Morganton/Rutherfordton.Turn right onto US-64 E/Burkemont. Turn left onto US-64 Bypass W Ave. Continue for 3 miles, then turn Left onto Catawba Meadows Dr.
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The Catawba Meadows Park Disc Golf Course was made possible through a partnership formed between City of Morganton Parks and Recreation and Innova Disc Golf. The Nature Trail Disc Golf Materials were created by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation’s Kids in Parks program and made possible through a grant provided by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation, in partnership with the North Carolina Recreation and Parks Association.