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New Indoor Pickleball Paradise Coming to Hatboro and Lansdale

New Indoor Pickleball Paradise Coming to Hatboro: This summer, Hatboro, PA will welcome a new indoor pickleball facility, expanding the recreational options in Montgomery County. Located at 330 S. Warminster Road, the facility is part of a dual launch that includes another venue at 1180 Church Road in Lansdale.

Dill Dinkers, the owners of these new facilities, have designed the Hatboro location with 19 courts featuring fences, an event space, a ball machine, and a pro shop. The facility will offer an advanced reservation system catering to both members and visitors.

Owner Andrew Wakefield, an avid pickleball player himself, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “Pickleball is truly an all-encompassing sport, and being a player myself, I am confident Hatboro and Lansdale will appreciate Dill Dinkers as much as I do.” The venues aim to provide year-round access to court time and foster a vibrant community around the sport.

In addition to court amenities, both locations will offer a range of services, including clinics, private and semi-private lessons, round-robin tournaments, and leagues. Wakefield has ambitious plans to expand, envisioning up to 14 facilities across Chester and Montgomery counties.

From August 23 to August 25, the Lansdale location will launch its opening celebrations with a special tournament, inviting pickleball enthusiasts to celebrate the new venue and demonstrate their skills.

This expansion reflects the growing popularity of pickleball in the region and underscores efforts to provide dedicated spaces for players to enjoy and develop their skills within vibrant community settings.

News in Brief : New Indoor Pickleball Paradise Coming to Hatboro

Hatboro, PA and Lansdale, PA will soon host new indoor pickleball facilities by Dill Dinkers. The Hatboro site at 330 S. Warminster Road will feature 19 courts, event space, a ball machine, and a pro shop, with advanced reservation options. Owner Andrew Wakefield, an avid player, anticipates fostering community and year-round play. Both venues will offer clinics, lessons, tournaments, and leagues. The Lansdale location plans an August 23-25 tournament. The expansion reflects rising local interest in pickleball, aiming to provide dedicated spaces for enthusiasts to enjoy and improve their skills in vibrant community settings.

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