The industry is still struggling to keep pace with pickleball’s surging participation numbers. But small businesses and large corporations alike are catching up, while municipalities and private clubs race to build courts across the country.
Gray Eagle Golf Course planning two-level driving range with 160-foot-tall net
Plans call for the nets at Gray Eagle’s 38-acre driving range to be almost as tall as those used by TopGolf at its Fishers facility along Interstate 69. Gray Eagle also plans to build a 5,000-square-foot bar and restaurant inside a new clubhouse.Read More
Camping World to acquire Mount Comfort RV in Greenfield
Mount Comfort RV, which primarily sells Forest River, Coachmen, Tiffin, Newmar, and Winnebago products, is one of the largest RV dealerships in the state.Read More
Making a splash: Fishers prepares to open Geist Waterfront Park
The 70-acre park along Geist Reservoir will debut April 22—about a month later than initially planned—after three years of construction. Access to the much-anticipated beach will begin May 27, with the season ending Sept. 4.Read More
Report: Golf tees up big economic impact in Indiana
An economic impact report from the National Golf Foundation, released Tuesday, suggests the business of golf is a $2 billion economic driver in Indiana.Read More
The Greenwood Parks & Recreation Department plans to add an additional 120 parking spots at Freedom Park to accommodate pickleball and aquatic center visitors.
Plans call for the nets at Gray Eagle’s 38-acre driving range to be almost as tall as those used by TopGolf at its Fishers facility along Interstate 69. Gray Eagle also plans to build a 5,000-square-foot bar and restaurant inside a new clubhouse.
Buffalo Bills trainers Nate Breske and Denny Kellington, speaking at an athletic trainers convention in Indianapolis, said they are urging schools and youth leagues to start creating their own emergency-action plans.
Sogility consolidated two smaller locations in Fishers and Westfield into a 14,000-square-foot indoor facility that will add 19,000 square feet of outdoor space this year. The company plans to open facilities in 10 cities within two years.
Forty-two Indianapolis parks will receive improvements due to historic grant funding from the Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc.
As the recreational vehicle industry approaches the end of 2022, the nation’s economic malaise and spiking interest rates have caused buyers to tap the brakes on purchasing RVs and drift from 2021’s record-setting numbers.
The 18,000-square-foot gym in Noblesville features two full NBA-sized basketball courts, one half-court, a 4,000-square-foot weight room, cardio and training rooms, and a Dr. Dish basketball workout machine.
Altitude Trampoline Park is looking for spaces that are at least 25,000 square feet, with 18-foot ceilings or taller, and is open to taking anchor spots in shopping centers.
Paul Dytmire and Andy Klotz are learning it requires patience and money to develop and sell a product that helps cornhole players answer an often-heard question: “What’s the score?”
New York City-based Five Iron Golf’s planned facility is expected to feature 12 golf simulators as well as televisions, leisure games, a full-service restaurant and a bar.
The American Lifeguard Association estimates the shortage affects one-third of U.S. public pools. That is expected to grow to half of all pools by August, when many teenage lifeguards return to school.
The facility at 15193 Cumberland Road will house two indoor soccer fields, a training field, Indy Premier’s offices and meeting room space in Washington Business Park.
A Carmel couple intends to open four more learn-to-swim pool facilities, with Avon on deck after Noblesville.
Factories shipped about 49,000 recreational vehicles in November alone, a record number for the month and a 15% jump from November 2020.
The massive hospitality and entertainment district is slated to be anchored by a $25 million multisport venue surrounded by apartments, hotels, medical office buildings, restaurants, stores, senior-living facilities and condos.
A forecast released by the RV Industry Association projects a record shipment of about 580,000 vehicles this year, an increase of 34% from 2020 and 14% more than the previous highest mark in 2017.
Back 9 will feature a three-story building with 75 golf bays, a 350-person music pavilion, and a handful of bars and restaurant spaces, as well as meeting areas and a game area.
Government leaders in Anderson, Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis, Noblesville, Westfield, and Hamilton and Madison counties, have joined together to secure funding for redevelopment and economic investment projects along the White River.