Joe Eakes Park

Ian Kaplan

Joe Eakes Park truly has it all! With baseball, volleyball, and basketball courts, tennis courts, playground, picnic area, off-leash fenced dog area, and bocce ball courts, there is so much to do. There’s also a repair stand with everything you need to fix your bike, including a large selection of tools and a pump if necessary during the day.

Joe Eakes Park is located at the corner of K and 7th Avenue. The park also includes  two tennis courts with a practice backboard, five pickleball courts, and an 18-hole disc golf course. The park’s namesake is the Gurney Hood Lighthouse, which overlooks the ocean and serves as a backdrop for many photographs. Picnic tables and seats are also positioned throughout the playground, making it a fantastic place to unwind with family and friends. You may take your dogs to the Gurney Hood Barking Lot (Dog Park) and let them run and play!

In Kure Beach, disc golf is still thriving. Professionals have given the course extremely positive reviews, but you don’t need to be a professional to start playing right now! The vegetation and terrain are distinct, posing both pros and novices with a significant challenge. But not so much that it takes away from the fun!

Disc golf is a competitive game similar to ball golf. There are 18 holes with tee pads and disc “baskets” as the targets, making it comparable to ball golf. The game is played with specialized discs for drives, approach shots, and putts. A few discs are all that’s required to get started, so there’s no need to spend money on expensive fees and equipment! The object of the game is to score as few points as possible by completing the course in the least number of throws. Our course features two distinct 18-hole formats; a conventional layout and an alternate layout with tees or baskets positioned differently. Near hole #1 on the map, you’ll find the current course design.

There is a Disc Golf Club on Pleasure Island that gathers frequently for meetings, work days, and tournament play if you become a big fan of Disc Golf. Every year, King of the Island and Throw What You Know Ace Run are hosted as part of two major tournament events in Kure Beach. Although May is typically when King of the Island takes place, November is when Throw What You Know begins.

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