Bad Rock Creek Disc Golf
Bad Rock Creek Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole course at Stocksdale Park in Liberty. Following the "Tee It Forward" philosophy, this course was designed for players of all skill levels - beginner, advanced and pro. Through the placement of alternate tee pads and additional baskets, Bad Rock Creek combines three courses - red, blue and gold - into one 18-hole layout.
Click the tabs for more detailed information.
If you are on a mobile device, please scroll down to view additional information
"Creek of the Bad Rock"
This course gets its name from the Lewis and Clark Expedition that traveled the area more than 200 years ago. Rush Creek flows along side the east side of Stocksdale Park and Walnut Woods Conservation Area before flowing south into the Missouri River. Clark's journal on June 24, 1804 noted "...a bad par t of the river, on the S.S the rocks projected into the river some distance" just above its confluence with the creek. Lewis and Clark's comrade, Sergeant Charles Floyd, referred to the creek as a "Creek of the Bas Rock." Two months later, Floyd became the only member of the expedition to die along the route.
Share the Park
Please be aware that Bad Rock Creek Disc Golf Course lies within a multi-use park and the course layout intersects with trails in many locations. Please give all bike riders and pedestrians the right-of-way. Refer to the signs for trail crossings throughout the course.