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State of the Art Courts

Visitors to the Grand Rapids area are invited to visit and utilize the ‘state of the art’ outdoor courts located at the Itasca County Family YMCA which include 10 dedicated pickleball courts, a full-size basketball court with 6 backboards, and a 4-square venue for younger participants.  In the wintertime, this area now includes a beautiful ice rink with a warming house and illumination.

The YMCA is proud to announce the completion of a project last August that resulted in an additional 4 pickleballs courts.  With 10 dedicated courts, this venue is now considered one of the largest single-site dedicated pickleball venues in Minnesota. 

The collaborative effort and cooperation between the YMCA, the City of Grand Rapids, the Grand Rapids Area Basketball Association, and the Itasca County Pickleball Association made this project a resounding success.  This venue is open to the public during late spring, summer, and early fall with no membership requirements or fees. 

More information is available on the following websites;

http://ymcaitasca.org/

http://www.grandrapidspickleball.com/

http://cityofgrandrapidsmn.com/

www.grbasketball.o

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