Welcome to Cambridge Area Pickleball Association
Lets Play Pickleball!
If you're looking for a place to play pickleball in Isanti County, Minnesota, this is the place for you. There are indoor and outdoor venues to play, both during the daytime and in the evening. Information about each venue is updated whenever appropriate. Just click on the button below
Outdoor play is now available at Central Green Park, weather dependent. Find some friends and go play! Organized play has begun!
Schedule for CAPA players:
8:00 -noon Mon - Sat
5:00 - dusk Mon - Sat
Open play - Sunday
Players new to Cambridge are welcome
Indoor evening and Saturday play starts Oct 26 at Isanti Primary School. See Places to Play for details.
Summer 2021 schedule here
The Cambridge Area Pickleball Association (CAPA) is a non profit 501c3 corporation. It was formed in 2019 to promote physical wellness by encouraging and teaching the sport of pickleball; promoting recreation and healthy living efforts in the community; and supporting and enhancing recreation opportunities. Located in Cambridge, Minnesota, CAPA partners with the City of Cambridge, Cambridge-Isanti School District and the United States Army National Guard to provide both indoor and outdoor play.
Membership sign-up opportunities.
Why join Cambridge Area Pickleball Association?
It costs just $10 a year to belong to the Cambridge Area Pickleball Association.
CAPA purchases and maintains all of the windscreens, benches and accessories at the pickleball complex.
CAPA leases the courts from the City during the summer to arrange for organized play,
CAPA leases court space from the Army to play at the Armed Forces center during the winter.
CAPA sponsored a doubles league in 2020 and will do so again in 2021.
CAPA provides beginners' lessons.
Drill and Play sessions!
Look here to see all the folks who helped us pay for our new courts and equipment!
What is Pickleball?
Pickleball is a sport that can be played by people of any age or gender who want to have fun and get a little exercise. It combines elements of ping pong, tennis and badminton. It can be played with 2 or 4 players on a court measuring 20' by 44'. Its easy to learn and you don't need a team or even a partner. As an individual you just show up and automatically become part of the rotation of players at the courts. We've put a link to a short video that will introduce you to the sport, on our lesson page. Click here.