Pickleball

WHAT IS PICKLEBALL?

Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in America – a sport for everyone and anyone. All you need is paddle and a ball. Pickleball is a combination of tennis, badminton and ping pong. It is easy for beginners to learn but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players. The only thing pickleball isn’t is a ball shaped pickle (sorry Vlasic lovers). Come on out to Mega to see what the buzz is all about!

1965

The year that Pickeball was born near Seattle, Washington.

5,000,000+

The number of pickleball players in the United States alone. Pickleball has exploded in popularity over the past several years.

8,500

The number of places to play pickleball in the US. We’re not at all biased when we say Mega Pickle & Pong is the best one.

WHY PLAY AT MEGA?

We offer 6 competition level pickleball courts for all skills levels. Our courts have padded fenced dividers offering convenience and comfort during play. We also offer a variety of leagues, lessons, and tournaments with Open Play and Court Reservations available for your choosing. Contact us for more information.

Rates

Open Play

$8–$10

Come join a community of players from all over Minnesota. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or advanced player our open play is inclusive to everyone. We even offer paddle rentals if you happened to forget yours at home, are brand new to pickleball, or just want to try something new, we’ve got you covered. Rates vary depending on time of day.

Court Reservation

$30–$35

Whether you want to get in extra time for drills or just play with a group of friends we have court reservations available. Enjoy exclusive access to any of our 6 courts. The process is easy – click below to get started and see what all our club has to offer! Rates vary depending on time of day.

Table tennis

$5

We have everything you need from casual play to competitive training. Come drill on your own or bring a group to try out our table tennis space. Our space is great for league play, tournaments, or simply hitting in between games of pickleball.

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