Adult Intermediate/Advanced Pickleball
Pickleball play for intermediate and advanced players is offered Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s from 1:30-3:30 pm and Friday mornings 9:30 to 11:30 am. Annual memberships are $35.00; Day passes are $4.00.
Beginner/Recreational Pickleball Player League
League for Beginners/Recreational players will be held Monday’s from 1:30-3:30 pm and Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 4:00-6:00. Annual Membership fee is $35.00/Day Pass is $4.00. Come and try America’s fastest growing sport!
The Parks and Recreation office has the following recreation equipment available for rental: Bocce Ball, Shuffleboard, Pickleball, Disc Golf, Tennis Rackets, GPS Units and Snowshoes. Equipment, (with the exception of Pickleball and GPS Units), can be rented for two hour time periods. Payment and a current drivers license are required at check-out time. Sorry, cash or check only. Please call 218-692-4271 for more information on rates, check-out duration, etc.
Lincoln Community Center is a privately held company in Mankato, MN and is a Single Location business.
Categorized under Recreation Centers and Rec Centers. Our records show it was established in 1968 and incorporated in Minnesota. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of 255796 and employs a staff of approximately 10.
Claret Park was named after a nearby street, Claret Avenue. Claret Park offers six pickleball courts which are overlaid on the tennis courts in the park. This park has been Adopted by “The Murphys”
In December of 2004, George Erickson began to collect the names of people who might be interested in having indoor tennis courts. George sent a letter to those people and 3 years later the project was completed. The first Board that worked for 3 years to complete the project included: Kevin Engman, George Erickson, Dave Gunderson, Renee Galaski, Bob Prittinen, Tom Prosen, and Jim Prittinen. Initially, three possibilities were discussed for bringing indoor tennis to Virginia. It was decided that Southside Park would be the location and two of the outdoor courts would be utilized.
We raised approximately $700,000 through a variety of fundraising methods. The City of Virginia financed the remaining costs of our $1,000,000 facility.
A Grand Opening was held in the fall of 2007, and on September 1st, 2007, our doors were open for business.
We would like to thank everyone that helped bring indoor tennis to Virginia, MN. With four indoor courts and six newly resurfaced outdoor courts, we feel that we have the nicest tennis facility north of Minneapolis.