Camp Dakota is a good time!
I stayed in one of their yurts last time I went. I'm not hardcore enough to attempt a stay in a tee pee, but if you do, let me know how it was? What's really cool about Dakota is the rad little man on the quad, you ring the bell at the little store thing, and this guy shows up on his quad to make you a 5 shot Mocha. Not free, but, in the middle of nowhere, espresso is valuable! Cool snack machines and pop, and a great little store with discs. The guy even takes firewood to the yurt. Again, not free, but cheap, and twice as dry as the crap they wanna sell at Champoeg and the like.
The Course is lots of fun. I didn't lose anything, but I'm sure it's possible. Alot of blind shots, but, I found if I just went for it, there were lots of opportunities for birdies. The thing that scared me was the Ants. And the Anthills. Not the place you want to leave your 5 year old unattended. During the summer, the Ants are out in full force. Funny, I wore flip flops and did not get one bite, not even a tickle, the ants don't seem to be aggressive at all, even with a crashed flying saucer in their anthill.
I definitely prefer baskets to "Tone Poles" (PVC doesn't exactly make a "Tone") and Camp Dakota is a pole course. We were laughing every time our drive left our sight and hit a tree "That was an Ace!" Don't expect any aces, the only pole you can see from the "Pad" is Hole 10, over the tiny pond.
The course is fun. The hospitality is superb! The people are very nice! I especially liked their portable saw mill, and how they milled all the wood to build bunkbeds and yurts and fun stuff.
Should you get tired of Disc Golf, there are like 10 different Waterfalls in the area, and the people at Dakota will direct you there.
Camp Dakota is in Scotts Mills. The grocery store in the town of Scotts Mills has midget employees. I make a point of visiting the Scotts Mills Midgets every time I go up there.
I sorta doubt that Dakota will ever have baskets, but I hope they will!
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