Pickleball

Pickleball in the Hallett Arena

Four Courts with Nets

Pickleball is available at the Hallett Center when the arena is not covered with ice.

Pickleball availability is approximately March 1 until October 15.

The arena will be open for play during regular hours from March 1 until June 12.

During summer, Kids Kamp starts June 13 to August 19th. At that time pickleball is available after 5:00 p Monday through Friday. After August 19th, pickleball is available all day until ice-up around October 15.

Cost

  • Hallett Center Members: Free
  • Cuyuna Association Pickleball Members: $5 / day (Front desk will have member list or use your bag tag)
  • Non-Hallett Members: $10 / day

General Play

General play can be scheduled via PlaytimeScheduler.com. Anyone – at any level can participate. You can play at anytime during regular Hallett Hours.

Organized Session is 10:00a – 12:00p. This time slot provides for all players to rotate and mix with other players. This provides variety and new faces to the experience. New and beginning players will benefit from playing with seasoned players and we ask all players during this time period to be open to rotating among the other players.

Other Daily Play Times Beyond the 10a – 12p period, any groups wishing to exclusively play together should target playing either before or after the Organized Session.

How to Use Playtime Scheduler


Beginner Clinics – Classes Taught by the Cuyuna Lakes Pickleball Association

Beginner clinics are available to everyone. All ages and abilities are welcome. Paddles and balls are available for checkout at the front desk, if needed.

Instructors will teach beginner students the following:

  1. Warm-Up / Stretching Exercises
  2. Basic stroke mechanics & positioning
  3. Basic game rules & safety

Beginner classes will be available at the following dates:

  • Daytime | 10:00 – 11:00am: May 17th
  • Afternoon | 4:30 – 5:30pm: May 19th, and May 26th
  • Sign-Up Sheet at Hallett or call in your reservation.

Training Syllabus

The Pickleball Program is supported by the Cuyuna Lakes Pickleball Association