Dedicated Pickleball Courts in Hudson
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the country for people of all ages, particularly the senior population. The Hudson community is asking the Hudson Park Board and City Council to approve a location and funding for 8 dedicated pickleball courts.
The Hudson Community Pickleball Association (HCPA) was recently created as a result of the high demand for pickleball. We welcome you to join us -- there is no cost to join and you will be informed of our progress as well as other news about pickleball. Please select the option shown on the right to join the HCPA.
With a goal to keep costs to a minimum, we are currently looking at several parks where parking, bathrooms and water already exist and the area is far from homes to eliminate noise concerns.
The picture above is the Shawnee Park courts in Woodbury who have almost 250 players signed up.
The Hudson Community would be enhanced by meeting the demands for public pickleball courts. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in America and there are over 200 pickleball players in the area.
As signee, I request the Hudson Park Board and Hudson City Council to determine the location of eight (8) new pickleball courts and to finance the construction of the courts.