The great thing about Disc Golf is that it can be played anywhere as long as a course is set up. Many city parks already have a mini course. Most tend to be free to play and you can play as many times you like. Those without a permanent disc golf course close to their home can use nearby empty parks or green regions for a makeshift course.
An amazing thing about both, traditional and disc golf is that they are played in picturesque settings. But, for a Disc Golf complete course, you only really need five acres of land. Although, the more championship oriented courses stretch well over 30 acres and span across 18 holes! Good news though, these courses can exist in harmony with activity areas, park facilities and the natural greenery around. The perfect location though is one laden with equal amounts of wood and open terrain with a variety of topographical properties. Obviously as the sport grows, need for more courses becomes a constant issue. At the moment, the PDGA is building resources to help design as well as install brand new golf courses. As for existing courses, you can check the PDGA course directory to find the closest to you.