Mayors Across The U.S. Try to Cope With Pickleball Craze

In the last five years, a craze has taken hold of the country, and it has no tolerance for tennis courts. That craze is pickleball, and the growing popularity is squashing other racquet and paddle games with reckless abandon — so says Kery Murakami with Route Fifty. It’s also leading to economic opportunity, and that invites the question — who in North Dakota has staked claim to the state’s biggest and best pickleball bash?

And if you’re wondering where to play when the snow clears, have no fear, Minot Park District has courts and is working on more. 

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Kery Murakami, Route Fifty


Josh Wolsky

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