Rolling Acres Golf Course first opened for play in 1976. The course was designed by Carl H. Moore.
Rolling Acres Golf Course was built on rolling terrain and has many trees lining the fairways and framing the greens. The large greens are somewhat sloped and water hazards come into play on nine holes.
Rolling Acres Golf Course and Campground is has a some what short 18-hole regulation golfcourse as well as 100 campsites spread out over 204 acres of rolling countryside. If you want to get away from the city and into the country, this place is for you. Built on an old campground, Rolling Acres' original 9-hole course was opened in 1976 by Carl H. Moore. In 1987, an expansion blended old holes with new expanded the course to 18 holes. Since 1987, the 18 holes have been re-worked and upgraded on a continuous basis making improvements in routing and lengthing the course to its current length of almost 5,410 yards. The course plays to a par of 71.
Currently on the course, there is a mixture of trees and ponds guarding the gently-tilted greens. The course has few trees on most holes, so golfers can recover from poor shots. The front and back nine combine for 5410 yards from the back tees and 4472 from the front tees.