N.E .Coachman Park is probably less than a mile (as the Cro flies) from Cliff Stephen's, and the day I played Cliff I doubled up with this fun little park. The course winds through a relatively thin strip of pine trees and other local foliage, and the day I was there a rather swift-moving creek ran along the back side at holes #8 & #9. I'm also told that you can walk from hole #16 right over to Cliff, if you wanted to.
I made most of my throws with a Raging Inferno UL 130g, and learned that this disc definitely DOES float, although I was told differently when I bought it. I had to chase it down the creek! I'd almost rather it had sunk.
Trees come into play on most holes, and the day I was there a tourney of some sort was getting ready to go on, and I would have loved to stay, but time-wise I could not. I did throw my first birdie on hole #18, a beautiful arcing hyzer bomb around a curving line of pine tree sentinels right to the basket, and CHING! And there were witnesses.
The few disc golfers I chatted with were very friendly, and I hope to get back up there someday and play again. It ain't the sweetest course in the area, but it IS a place to play. Gotta love it!