This is a state park golf course which is better maintained than others we have played. It was first started in 1963 and has expanded and been refurbished several times since then, getting a little better each time.
$25 gets you a round and a cart. $5 gets a bucket of balls at the driving range.
It has wide fairways with mature trees (firs and maples) on the fringe of the deep rough. A couple ponds and a small stream provide some hazards to overcome. Sand traps are present at the front and rear of many of the large greens. There is a fair amount of hilliness to the course so a cart is recommended. Because it is a mature course with dense underbrush, it is not uncommon to see some groundhogs, squirrels, rabbits and even deer on the course.
It is not a very difficult course to play but at the same time it does require a good amount of ball placement and shot control; it is not strictly a "recreational" course where wild power is useful.
The facilities provide a beverage bar, a restaurant, snack bar and pro shop. All of these are supervised and maintained by municipal staff (except the pro in the pro shop).
You can look at road conditions or current weather in the region by accessing these live webcams in the area of Grandyle Village and Grand Island.