Tennis and Safer at Home Rules

The courts will be ready this weekend.  Due to the State of Colorad Safer At Home order the following rules, also guided by the USTA, are in place:

- No more than ten people at the facility and no more than four on a court 

- Non-household players

— Singles only

— Each player must bring their personal set of tennis balls that are clearly and visually distinguished (color and/or marking) and each player must only touch and serve their own tennis balls 

— Each player stays on the same end of the court

Ned Community Center Closure Notice

As expected, the Nederland Community Center will close to the public beginning tomorrow morning, Saturday March 14th, 2020 for a two week period.  There is a high probability that the period will be extended.  

Please contact the Community Center with any questions.

Pickleball Time Change for Saturday, December 14th

We're accommodating the Food Pantry food distribution this Saturday, December 14th, so they can use the gym for storing the food boxes.

The new time is 1pm-3pm.

Thanks.

Tennis Courts Are Open!

The tennis courts are now open after this cool and snowy and wet May!  

The west court net has been replaced and there is a new South Barrier Net on order.

Please purchase your pass either at http://nedtennis.org (preferred) or send a check made out to MTPA and sent to Darren Davenport, P.O. Box 2004, Nederland, CO 80466.  

Note: The purchasing system is currently not emailing the invoice automatically and PayPal will send an invoice.  Invoices will be sent out manually via email.  You can also view and print the invoice via your account page.

Welcome to Mountain Tennis and Pickleball!

Mountain Tennis and Pickleball (MTPA) is a Nederland-area non-profit managing tennis and pickleball at the Nederland Ice and Tennis Park and at the Nederland Community Center. Cost is the same at either location: $5 daily or monthly (starting at $10) and annual (starting at $100) passes. Fees support leasing the Community Center, equipment maintenance, junior scholarships, and non-profit insurance.

Pickleball:

Organized pickleball games are held year-round every Mon., Wed., and Sat. mornings from 10am-12pm and also on Wed. night from 6-8pm at the Nederland Community Center. We also organize outdoor pickleball at the Nederland Ice and Tennis Park, on Sat. mornings 10am-12pm from May-Oct. Other classes and clinics are listed on our calendar.

Tennis:

Tennis from May-Oct. 31 at the Nederland Ice and Tennis Park is first-come/first-serve.  Other classes and clinics are listed on our calendar.

Create an account (or purchase a pass) to be placed on our Player List (only shown to other members). Registered users can log in.

Morning Pickleball at the Community Center

Dates: 
Saturday, December 14, 2019 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Description: 

Note this is from 1-3pm only for December 14th.

Wednesday Women's Tennis Clinic 5-6:30pm

Come join other women and instructor Krista Crabtree for a fun, casual clinic followed by happy hour! Contact Krista Crabtree, baby@sheskis.net, 303-506-1580. If you pay online, please bring your receipt.

Choose One: 
Price: 
$30.00
Date: 
Wed, 2019/06/19 - 5:00pm
Wed, 2019/06/26 - 5:00pm
Wed, 2019/07/03 - 5:00pm

Pickleball Guest Policy

Guests may play twice for free and after that they need to buy a pass.  Please do not have them pay the NCC - MTPA rents the space and so the money needs to go to MPTA not NCC.
 
As members, you do not want to be subsidizing other players to keep your costs the same.  There are sheets on the door to the gym and at the entrance of NCC that inform folks on how to pay plus it’s on this website.

Thursday Night Tennis

Pickup Tennis from 6pm to dusk.  Great time to work on your skills.

Crowded Court Player Rotation

We've been blessed the last couple months with lots of players so it's time to institute a crowded court player rotation system to keep bench time to a minimum and is consistent among the sessions.  This is based on customs observed at other courts or published on the interwebs.  

When there 10 or fewer players continue current player rotation systems.

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