It's official, Bromley, Vermont's Summer Adventure is now open 7 days a week. For summer 2020, masks are required for entrance into the park, and additional requirements are in place for guests. Please review health and safety protocols and procedures here. Operations may look a little different this year, but don't worry, there's still a ton of fun waiting for you! The following rides and attractions are open for your enjoyment:
- In the Mountain Adventure Park rides and attractions include: Alpine Slide, 18-hole Mini Golf Course, The Giant Swing, Trampoline Things, the Climbing Wall, the Big Splash Waterslide, and The Space Bikes.
- 18-hole, lift served Woods & Meadows Disc Golf Course
- Aerial Adventure Park
Enjoy our 18-hole, lift-served, disc golf course designed for beginners and experts alike. Enjoy a scenic ride on our Alpine Chairlift to mid-mountain to begin the Woods 9 (holes 1-9) and Meadows 9 (holes 10-18). View the Course Map here!
Due to CDC and State Health guidelines, we apologize we will be unable to provide water cooler stations or free sunscreen throughout the park this summer. Summer activities definitely call for good hydration and SPF. Please plan accordingly – bottled water can be purchased from the Sun Deck Café, or we have filling stations for water bottles in the base lodge. If you forget your own, sunscreen can be purchased from the Bromley Shop by Potter Bros. It hurts to have to take down these little touches that we love to provide for you, but we know you’ll help us make the best of it!
Woods & Meadows Disc Golf Rates
To start, please select the date of your visit.
Daily Course Fee.
- Access to our 18-hole, lift served, disc golf course. $18
- Includes 3 official disc golf discs (putter, mid-range, driver) and disc bag. $6
- Unlimited rounds on our 18-hole course through October 14, 2019. $60
Save time and complete your waiver before you arrive. Minors (under 18) must have parent/guardian sign release. A ticket is required to play this course. Tickets can be purchased at our Ticket Office during operating hours. All sales are final, no refunds.
What's disc golf?
Disc golf is similar to traditional golf, but instead of using a golf ball and clubs to aim towards a hole, you're aiming discs towards a disc basket.
How to play?
Each hole starts with a tee off, followed by subsequent throws until players reach the basket. The goal is to get the disc in the basket in as few throws as possible. Discs should only be thrown in the designated areas. When throwing a disc, be sure the fairway is clear and never throw if someone is within range or in front of you; discs are hard and can cause serious injury. Play at your own risk.
Where do I rent?
Rentals discs are available in the Ticket Office. All rentals must be returned to Ticket Office by 5:00pm.
How long does it take to play?
Our front 9 (Woods) and back 9 (Meadows) take approximately one hour each to play for experienced players - beginners and large groups may take longer.
While hiking the course be aware of your surroundings; the mountain is full of a variety of critters, plants and uneven terrain. It is recommended to wear closed toed shoes (sneakers or hiking shoes are best!) and bug and/or tick repellent while playing this course. Never chase, feed or harass any wildlife. Please keep the course clean – do not litter. Dogs are not allowed on the lift.
Email the Ticket Office or call us at 802.824.5522 x 710 with any ticketing questions!
Weather and/or maintenance may affect ride openings or closings. Early and late season rides may be limited. Schedule & rates subject to change.
What if it rains? Please review our Summer Operations Rain Policy.
All purchase prices on this page include sales tax.