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Indoor pickleball comes to Bucks, Mercer counties


Mercer Bucks Pickleball Club (MBPC) is scheduled to open January in Ewing Township, N.J.
With nine indoor courts, the 26,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility will be the largest indoor Pickleball facility in the Northeast, and only a 10- to 15-minute drive from Yardley and Newtown.
MBPC features Pro-Cushion courts that will be easier on the joints than asphalt or concrete. Soundproofing will greatly diminish the “echo canyon” that most indoor paddle and sports facilities generate. Modern LED lights will provide excellent visibility and eliminate glare. Finally, the climate-controlled environment will always ensure perfect “pickleball weather” at the club.
Between games, players can catch a game of cornhole, relax in the spacious lounge, or enjoy the grab-and-go MBPC Café with light snacks or bring their own. There’s also a private event room that can host birthday parties, social gatherings, or serve as a meeting space for business and team-building events. For youngsters, summer camp options will be available.

The club will offer instruction at every level from beginners to the more advanced afficionados. Instructors will be available for private and group lessons as well as clinics and drills. Players can book private courts by the hour or enroll in leagues, round robins and tournaments.
An automatic ball machine and practice “dink” court (dink: Pickleball lingo for a wicked shot that arcs downward across the net) are available for anyone who wants to up their game. Balls and paddles will be available for those that have not yet purchased their own. The MBPC “Merch Nook” will offer demos and paddles along with unique and fun Pickleball themed gifts and apparel.
As the club prepares to open, MBPC is generating excitement with a limited number of preopening Premiere Memberships offering significant savings in court fees, organized play and more.
Stay up to date at the MBPC website ( or follow the club on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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