The sport that is sweeping the nation has made its way to the Danbury Community Center. Three days a week, our nets go up and the satisfying "pops" of pickleball fill the air. Once thought of as a sport for Seniors, Pickleball has gained popularity with individuals of all ages for its emphasis on skill rather than power. Bring your friends and rent out a court for the hour! Whether you are a Pickleball beginner or expert, all skill levels are welcome to practice, play, and learn at the Danbury Community Center. Leave your sunscreen at home because you'll be playing in shaded comfort.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays*
12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
*3 courts available in 1 hr increments- Reservations Required
For more information, contact the DCC
The average age of pickleball players in 2021 is 38.1 years, down from 41 years in 2020. This shows that pickleball is gaining traction among the youth.
- The average age of core players is 47.5 years and of casual players is 33.6 years.
- 33% of the core players are over 65 years of age.
- 27.8% of players are in the age bracket 18-34, which is the highest among all the age groups. But this age group also has the most number of casual players (33.9% of the total).