Located three miles north of downtown Caribou on Rt. 161, the Caribou Country Club is gracefully carved into the rustic, northern Aroostook countryside. This 3,206 yard, nine-hole course was designed by renowned New England golf course architect Geoffrey S. Cornish in the early 1970's, and is host to the celebrated Cary Classic golf tournament. The scenic, tree-lined fairways of the Caribou Country Club provide a natural beauty to this challenging, yet enjoyable course.
The Caribou Country Club is also home to many forms of wildlife, including geese and ducks which frequent the pond on the ninth hole. In addition, it is not unusual for players to spot partridge, deer, moose or other wildlife while out on the course.
After a round of golf, stop in to our licensed clubhouse for a beverage or something to eat. The Caribou Country Club is generally open from May through October. We hope you take some time to browse our website and visit us for a round of golf.