College isn’t just about expanding your mind, gaining your independence and cramming in as many parties as possible in four years. Today, it’s also about pickleball.
Where are all the pickleball courts? That’s what New York residents are asking according to a recent story by Curbed.
Pickleball’s rising popularity hasn’t come without some hiccups. One of the biggest? The neighbors living near pickleball courts aren’t always thrilled with the sounds of the sport.
Philadelphia-area players looking for an indoor pickleball court will soon have a new option: a $4 million facility with 16 courts opening this spring in Malvern, Pennsylvania, about 35 miles from the city.
Pickleball might be the fastest-growing sport in the United States, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is a fan. In particular, those who live near crowded pickleball courts aren’t always eager to see more people pick up the paddles.
Just because you’re sleeping in a hotel tonight, doesn’t mean you can’t satisfy your pickleball itch. At least one major hotel chain has embraced the pickleball craze, installing courts at six of its lodgings.
Live in Washington state? Love pickleball? You might soon be able to show off your passion for the sport on your license plates.
Fastest-growing sport in America? APP participation report provides the numbers to back up this claim
How popular has pickleball become? Here’s a key stat: A new report says that 14% of American adults — or 36.5 million U.S. residents —
BashBoxes, shipping containers and pickleball: Yet another new venue opening, this time in Kansas City area
It’s getting difficult to keep track of all the new pickleball-themed entertainment venues opening across the country. And now you can add yet one more
A summer camp-themed eatery and pickleball playground? It’s coming to Denver and Huntsville, Alabama. But you’ll have to wait until 2024.