Indoor Pickleball

Indoor Pickleball

Chanhassen Recreation Center Open Pickleball Program

Following the guidance of the Minnesota Department of Health guidelines, the Chanhassen Recreation Center has instituted the following procedures for our Indoor Pickleball program, effective Monday, September 21, 2020

  • Indoor pickleball has a total capacity of 12 participants per each scheduled time period
  • Reservations are required to participate 
  • You may only register for a maximum of one time slot daily
  • Payment of daily fee is required
  • Reservations are made available 1 week in advance
  • If you reserve a time slot and do not show, you will lose reservation privileges for a minimum of one week
  • Reservations are made available the Friday afternoon of the previous week

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  • Please bring your own paddle and balls as equipment check out is not available
  • There are 15 minutes between gym reservations to disinfect.  No late play is allowed. Sorry, no exceptions
  1. Recreation Center

    Physical Address
    2310 Coulter Boulevard
    Chanhassen, MN 55317

    Phone: (952) 227-1400

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Chanhassen Recreation Center Cleaning and Safety Precautions

  • Masks are required in the Rec Center and all common spaces
  • Masks are required to be worn while playing
  • Everyone must sanitize and sign in upon entry for contact tracing purposes 
  • Drinking fountains have been closed, please bring a water bottle
  • Disinfectant is available 
  • Hand washing stations have been set up throughout the Rec Center and frequent hand washing is encouraged
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The Chanhassen Recreation Center is following the MN Department of Health guidelines in establishing the best policy to keep our participants, staff and community safe.  Any participant who has been directly exposed to someone with a lab-confirmed case of COVID19 must self-quarantine for 14 days or until negative test results are received and physician gives a return-to-sport note.  Direct exposure means close contact (6’ or less) for 15 minutes or longer, sharing food-eating utensils or beverages, embracing, and kissing.  

Infected participants should plan to stay home if they know or think they had COVID-19 symptoms. Generally, those infected may be with others after the following: 

At least 10 days since symptoms first appeared have passed; and

At least 24 hours with no fever (without fever-reducing medication) and symptoms have improved

If you tested positive for Covid-19 but had no symptoms:

Assuming you continue to have no symptoms, you can be with others after 10 days have passed since taking the test