Located out side of Keene on Rte 9 East (2.8 miles past the Washington St Exit). If coming from the east (Concord) on Rte 9 it is 2.7 miles past The Sullivan Country Store (awesome cookies).

GPS Coordinates +42.968250,-72.227833
Note that if you are coming in from the Rt 101 side that GPS may try to take you down the back way. Resist the urge and take Rt 101 all the way to Rt 9 and go that way. Best case, short cut will take crappy back roads through the pucker brush, worst case you run into bars & gates and have to turn around. Either way you won’t save time. Just stay on the highway. On Rt 101 you may see a tempting sign for Otter Brook Dam. Again resist the urge, you will end up at the Dam and there are NO baskets at the dam.

When you get there.


Entrance to Hole #1
PictureOtter Brook Beach

Otter Brook DGC is on US Army Corps of Engineers land and built with their permission and cooperation. During the summer season, which runs from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, you can park in the recreation area during their regular hours. Check when you drive in, as you have to be out of the park when they close. When you park inside the recreation area you typically start at hole #1. After hours and off season, Otter Brook is still available. Just park at the top lot and walk into the recreation area. During these times people typically start at Hole #5 which is down the road, to the right, just past the bridge.

During the season, Otter Brook Beach has toilets, picnic tables, grills that players are free to use. This year during the summer season, Otter Brook will close at 3PM on Mondays and Tuesdays and 8PM the rest of the week.

And PLEASE!! Carry out what you carry in. There are no trash cans on the course.

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