Vail Town Council approves pickleball courts

5th November, 2015 by

By scott miller

VAIL — Pickleball. The very name conjures images of a slightly frivolous activity. But a recent only-in-Vail controversy over where to play the sport also shows how recreation in town is evolving.The Vail Town Council recently approved a plan that will put six pickleball courts, parking and new landscaping at a town-owned site near the Manor Vail Lodge and essentially across the street from Golden Peak. The project will cost roughly $1 million, paid for out of existing funds from the town’s real estate transfer tax. Work will begin in 2016. The new complex will replace what’s there — one …

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