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Beginners Pickleball League Launches by Wood County Recreation

The Wood County Recreation Commission in Parkersburg, W.Va., will launch a beginners pickleball league on June 20th, running for six weeks at a cost of $40. This initiative comes in response to the sport’s growing popularity. According to the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, participation among core players surged by 111% in 2023.

The pickleball craze has endured, with sustained growth over the past three years. Recognizing the constant demand on the courts at Parkersburg City Park and the community’s interest in a structured class, Bill Vincent decided to organize this league.

“It’s phenomenal to see how many people are out there,” said Bill Vincent, director of the Wood County Recreation Commission. “There are six courts in City Park where we will have our league.” Knowing that many people are interested in pickleball, we just want to expand on that and feed into that craze.”

The six-week league aims to cater to beginners, providing a structured environment to learn and enjoy the sport. Parkersburg City Park, with its six courts, is well-equipped to host this growing community of pickleball enthusiasts. The league offers an excellent opportunity for newcomers to get involved, meet fellow players, and improve their skills in a supportive setting.

Pickleball, known for its accessibility and social aspects, continues to attract players of all ages. The Wood County Recreation Commission’s new league underscores the sport’s growing footprint in Parkersburg and its ability to bring the community together. With participation rates soaring, this league is poised to be a significant addition to the local sports scene, fostering both fitness and camaraderie.

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For those interested in joining, registration details and further information are available through the Wood County Recreation Commission. Beginners looking to dive into the exciting world of pickleball will find the upcoming league to be a cornerstone.

News in Brief : Beginners Pickleball League

The Wood County Recreation Commission in Parkersburg, W.Va., is launching a six-week beginners pickleball league on June 20th at a cost of $40, in response to the sport’s surging popularity. With participation among core players increasing by 111% in 2023, this initiative aims to meet the growing demand for structured play. Bill Vincent, the director, highlights the community’s interest, emphasizing the league’s role in expanding the pickleball craze. The league provides a supportive environment for newcomers to learn and connect at Parkersburg City Park’s six courts, further solidifying pickleball’s presence and community impact.

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