If you have come to Mervin to enjoy the excellent camping and fishing in the area, this pleasant little course makes for a relaxing change of pace. The installation of grass greens in 1988 has done much to make this golf course popular and it has seen its relatively small membership grow steadily since that year. Designed by Rick Webb, the greens were constructed entirely through the aid of volunteer labour. The fairways here are of short to average length and yield forgiving lies due to their level nature. Not so forgiving is the mature northern forest which defines many of the fairways. The automated watering system on the fairways has created extremely lush playing conditions. Stands of tall birch, poplar and pine trees await poorly hit balls, and frequently become their final resting place. The greens at Mervin and District Golf Club are of average size and many of them are subtly contoured.