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Mauston Town and Mauston School District Unveil New Tennis Courts | Regional news


Lion’s Park’s new pickle ball courts are first used on August 11.


Construction of the new tennis and pickle ball courts at Lion’s Park is complete and the courts are now open to the public.

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Six tennis courts received new surfaces, lighting and poles, and two courts were painted to add lines for the pickle ball at Lion’s Park in Mauston.


The tennis court project has been funded 50% by the Town of Mauston and 50% by the Mauston School District, and the district will use the courts for summer recreation programs and for school competitions. The project cost $ 124,684.31.

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A new surface is installed on the tennis courts of Lion’s Park in Mauston.

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“I want to thank the Mauston School District for helping fund this project,” said Mauston Parks Director Jordan Wilke. “I hope many good years of tennis here.”

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Lion’s Park tennis courts are phased out in June before reopening in August with a new surface, new lighting and poles.

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Each of the six courts has a new surface, with new posts installed on each court. Several of the courts are painted to accommodate both pickle ball and tennis, with equipment available at the library’s pickle ball box office for those who do not have their own equipment. New lighting has been installed to allow nighttime play.

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Members of the Mauston School District, Park Council and Public Works watch Judge Mike Taake open the tennis and pickle ball courts.


The project is part of a nearly complete overhaul of Lion’s Park, as the city plans to replace the majority of the park’s play equipment by spring 2022. Some of the newer equipment, such as the volleyball courts , swings and paddling pool are not replaced.

Contact Christopher Jardine on Twitter @ChrisJJardine or contact him at 608-432-6591.

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