INDOOR PICKLEBALL FACILITY
Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S.
meaning the demand for courts is increasing. Indoor sports complexes have an excellent opportunity to provide spaces for pickleball groups seeking a regular place to play. These buildings can offer protection from the elements, ample space for tournaments and other desirable amenities to players.
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CREATING AN INDOOR PICKLEBALL FACILITY DESIGN
If you are looking to create the perfect venue to attract pickleball players, consider a few things:
Size: The recommended minimum court size is 30 feet by 60 feet, though the lines are placed at dimensions of 20 feet by 44 feet.
Flooring: Polyurethane sports surfaces work best, though asphalt, gymnasium floors and concrete can also work. The rubber texture of polyurethane sports flooring is ideal because it provides the needed grip for almost any sport, making it perfect for a multi-sport complex.
Safety: With multiple courts, you need a way to keep wayward balls contained so players and spectators can enjoy the game peacefully and safely.
Installation: If you are designing a new facility, these dimensions and materials will be easy to incorporate. You may need to get creative if you plan to adjust your current facility to accommodate pickleball courts. You can transform tennis courts or a gymnasium into a set of pickleball courts by adding new lines and an adjustable net.