Destination Bedford is for disc golf lovers! With more than 120 holes of disc golf across five courses ranging from beginner to advanced, including a championship-level course designed by six-time World Champion Paul McBeth, there is something for all skill levels. Courses are open year-round and free to play. Get your competition on and experience what Bedford, VA has to offer!
Start the day at Bridge Street Café in downtown Bedford. This locally owned specialty coffee shop features a variety of coffee drinks, pastries and bagels, along with indoor and outdoor seating. Next head to Falling Creek Park, a suitable course for all skill levels with 38 holes total. It’s the perfect place to learn the game or have a warm-up round. There are also bike trails, a skate park, playground and picnic areas.
Choose your next course destination, whether it be Beale’s Treasure at Montvale Park, Moneta Park featuring a mix of open and wooded holes with moderate elevation changes, or Independence Park which features a water challenge.
Grab food and brew at Beale’s Brewery or Apocalypse Ale Works, which also recently opened a cidery and winery next door to the brewery! On weekends there may be live music. Clam Digger’s in downtown Bedford and Ole Ole Mexican Grill and Cantina are also great spots for food, drinks and live music.
Spend a restful night in one of the area’s cabins, cottages, B&Bs, or campsites.
Now it’s time for the New London Tech Disc Golf Course (a.k.a. “Bogey Heaven”), where you can test your skills against a course designed by Paul McBeth, a six-time world champion. The Par 68, 18-hole championship course spans roughly two miles and features new challenges at every turn.
Reward yourself with a delicious dinner at Bedford Social Club, where you’ll find award-winning cuisine and libations featuring only the freshest and top-quality ingredients. Or head back in time to Liberty Station, a beautifully restored station house that combines history with top-notch American fare and is a favorite among locals and travelers alike!
Beale’s Treasure Disc Golf Course and Beale’s Brewery are named after Thomas Jefferson Beale who supposedly buried treasure somewhere in the mountains of Bedford County back in the 1800s.
Let the staff at the Bedford Area Welcome Center help you plan your stay!