Disc Golf Tournament on Saturday July 6th in Waterville Valley

On Saturday July 6th, continue your family’s Independence Day celebrations at Waterville Valley and join the Disc Golf Tournament from 12 – 4 pm. This contest is part of the Independence Day Family Carnival and will benefit Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports, an organization working to empower people with disabilities through sports recreation. 

 

For a $10 fee, participants can enter the tournament and also get an introductory disc golf lesson led by a Waterville Valley ‘pro’, admission to contests and five raffle tickets. Registration for the tournament will take place in Town Square next to the Adventure Center. 

 

A 50/50 raffle contest will be held during the day with all proceeds going to Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports. Tickets will be for sale for $5 for three, or $10 for 8. Prizes include a 1-Day Adventure Pass, 1 lift ticket to Waterville Valley Resort, 3 free boat rentals, 1 Summer Adventure Pass, a disc golf bag with a set of discs, gift cards and more. 

 

Disc golf is a flying disc sport in which players throw a disc at a target, and it is played using rules similar to golf. Waterville Valley offers an 18-hole lift accessed disc golf course on Snows Mountain, as well as a practice course in Town Square. This is a fun and inclusive activity appropriate for all ages and abilities. 

 

The Independence Day celebrations at Waterville Valley begin on Thursday, July 4th with the Independence Day Parade at 11 am and the annual fireworks show on Corcoran Pond at 9:30 pm. The fun continues over the weekend with lots of other family-friendly activities, games and live music.

 

Contact the Adventure Center for more information – 603-236-4666. 

 

On Saturday July 6th, continue your family’s Independence Day celebrations at Waterville Valley and join the Disc Golf Tournament from 12 – 4 pm. This contest is part of the Independence Day Family Carnival and will benefit Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports, an organization working to empower people with disabilities through sports recreation.