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An Idaho business owner has announced plans to transform a former drive-in movie theatre in Idaho Falls into a recreational vehicle resort catering to short-term rentals. 



The first of its kind in Boise, the new complex at Hobble Creek includes 12 dedicated pickleball courts and two tennis courts, with striping for four additional pickleball courts that will be used for tournament play.



A pickleball activity will take place every Thursday at 9 a.m. at the Garfield Latter-day Saint Church on 3700 E. Paddles will be provided and beginners are welcome to come learn and participate.



Community members are invited to see the latest renovations and tour Meridian Homecourt. Staff are eager to showcase the various recreation offerings. If you’d like to try pickleball, please be sure to bring tennis shoes.



https://www.kivitv.com/news/out-about-good-morning-idaho-takes-on-pickleball Posted: Nov 21, 2019 – By: KIVI Staff \ MERIDIAN, Idaho — It’s the craze that’s sweeping the nation: Pickleball ! The paddleball sport combines tennis, table tennis and badminton. It started in the 1960s, but has seen a major popularity boost over the last decade. That popularity isn’t just in one area–there are national and…



Pickleball After Five Pickleball is a quickly growing sport, and it can be difficult to find an entry point. The Pickleball Association of Twin Falls is looking for members and offering anyone the chance to learn from pickleball instructors. Players who want to improve their skills are also welcome and will learn tips and get […]



Apple Athletic Club, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, will be offering adult pickleball leagues this fall beginning the week of Sept. 9.



Nik Streng The Argus Observer ONTARIO — With new executive director Andrew Maeda and program director Riley Helmick beth getting more acquainted to their new jobs, the Ontario Recreation District held a Board of Directors meeting on Thursday night to discuss multiple items. According to Maeda, in the next two weeks, there will be new […]



.tnt-restrict-img-3a0106af-07dd-5a73-97f0-a8c76b489735 { max-width: 760px; } Left to right: Shane Johnson — Montpelier City Council, Tracy Park – Bear Lake Valley Healthcare Foundation, VonnieLue Broulim, Dick Broulim, Sheryl Bomsta – VP Bear Lake Pickleball Club, Frank Vilt, Dan Hemmert – manager, Montpelier Broulims, Linda Hemmert On Thursday, August 1st, Dick and VonnieLue Broulim made a very […]



  PAYETTE — Who uses a smallish racquet to slap a wiffle ball around over part of a tennis court? People of widely varying ages and physical abilities, that’s who. And right now, Payette’s Kiwanis Park offers the only such game in town, or in the entire Western Treasure Valley, for that matter. Yes, Fruitland…



WATCH THE VIDEO INTERVIEW COEUR D’ALENE, ID (KLEW) — In the game of pickleball, players have to deal with the wind blowing the ball in unpredictable directions. For Rafa Hewett, something similar can be said for his athletic career. In 2013, Hewett helped lead Lewiston High School to its first-ever Idaho Class 5A team championship. After…



NAMPA, Idaho (CBS 2) — The Nampa Parks & Recreation Department invites the community to experience Midway Park on Saturday, July 27 at 10:00 a.m. The event celebrates the completion of Phase 1A of development. This 52-acre property will be the largest park in Nampa when completed Midway Park is located at the corner of…



Rotarians Tracy Park Shawn Tobler, Rod Jacobson, Dennis Durhan and President Jim Griglack with Pickleball club members Sheryl Bomsta, Debbie Dixon, Linda Cochran and Elyse Bartschi. On June the Montpelier Rotary club was very proud to give the Bear Lake Pickle Ball Club a check for $14,000.00. This money was received from the Rotary Club […]



Pickleball Time is open from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at the indoor courts at 302 Third Ave. S. Paddles and balls are available; cost is $4 to play. Also, registration is open for the second annual Twin Falls Father’s Day Pickleball Bash to be held June 13-15 at Frontier Field on the CSI campus. The…



By Elizabeth Morgan Shannon Carducci spoke with the Orofino City Council April 23, regarding a proposal to supply the labor and paint to paint two pickleball courts on one of the city’s tennis ball courts, A resident of Orofino and retired for some time, Carducci explained that he’s played in competitive pickleball tournaments and has […]



O Facebook Twitter SMS Email Save Radio Days, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Montpelier, is this Saturday, April 27th. The project this year is to raise money to refurbish some of the tennis courts at Wells C. Stock Park. They are unusable at this time and will continue to deteriorate if no improvements occur. […]