Learn about the exciting developments in pickleball facilities at Wrightsville Beach Park and the upcoming construction of Tidewater Pickleball Park in Castle Hayne. With the increasing popularity of pickleball, the need for more courts and amenities has become evident. Wrightsville Beach is taking action to address this issue by expanding their facilities at the park. Additionally, plans are underway to build a dedicated pickleball park called Tidewater Pickleball Park in Castle Hayne. This 8-acre park will feature 25 courts, including both covered and uncovered options. The covered courts will include a stadium court for spectators to enjoy major matches. The park will also offer amenities such as a locker room, pro shop, restaurant, and bar. Merrette Moore, the founder of the facility, is passionate about bringing the excitement of pickleball to Wilmington. He envisions the park as a space for people to not only exercise but also socialize, make friends, and enjoy the outdoors. The Tidewater Pickleball Park is expected to open in the second half of next year, providing a vibrant and inclusive community for pickleball enthusiasts.
Addressing Overcrowding at Wrightsville Beach Park
With the increasing popularity of pickleball, the courts at Wrightsville Beach Park have become overcrowded, making it challenging for players to find available court space. To tackle this issue, Wrightsville Beach is working on expanding their facilities at the park.
The expansion plans aim to create more pickleball courts to accommodate the growing demand. By providing additional court space, players will have more opportunities to enjoy the sport without feeling overcrowded.
Introducing Tidewater Pickleball Park in Castle Hayne
Tidewater Pickleball Park is an upcoming facility located in Castle Hayne, adjacent to CFCC’s campus. The park will span across 8 acres of land, providing ample space for pickleball enthusiasts to enjoy the sport.
The park will feature a total of 25 courts, including both covered and uncovered options. Among the covered courts, there will be a stadium court where spectators can gather to watch major matches. In addition to the courts, the park will offer various amenities such as a locker room, pro shop, restaurant, and bar.
The founder of Tidewater Pickleball Park, Merrette Moore, is passionate about bringing the excitement of pickleball to Wilmington. He envisions the park as a vibrant hub where players can not only improve their skills but also socialize, make friends, and enjoy the outdoors.
Construction and Opening Timeline
The construction of Tidewater Pickleball Park is set to begin in the coming weeks, pending the acquisition of all necessary permits. The development team is working diligently to ensure a smooth construction process.
If all goes according to plan, the park is expected to open its doors in the second half of next year. This timeline allows for sufficient time to complete the construction, set up the amenities, and ensure everything is in place for a successful opening.