The Eagle River Pickleball Association is an active group of adults who enjoy playing pickleball year-round in beautiful Eagle River, Wisconsin. We welcome players of all levels and are happy to help those new to the game learn the rules and develop their skills.
Our mission is to advance interest in pickleball in the community and throughout the Northwoods. “It’s great exercise, number one,” says club ex-treasurer Gene Nackers. “Plus, you meet a lot of nice friendly people."
If you want to be added to the Eagle River Pickleball email list,
please use the Contact Us form.
Annual Pickleball Tournament
Court Renovation is Finished!!!!
Thank you to all those who donated money to help the ERPA raise the amount required for our much needed complete court renovation.
The courts officially reopened Friday, September 10th. See pics below of the day.
From left - Birds eye view of the finished courts - thanks Steve Dennis
Al Geiger, who brought pickleball to the northwoods, cutting the ribbon with Robin Ginner city administrator
Randy Harbath, current president of the ERPA
First players on the renovated courts: Diane Krieghoff, Mel West,
Al Geiger, Fred Young
Merch For Sale
The ERPA is currently selling off our supply of t-shirts and hats at discounted prices. Limited supply of sizes.
All shirts are now $10 and white hats are $5.
Cash or Check only
Contact Lenora at email@example.com.
She will be around the courts after July 25th.
Interested in learning pickleball or improving your current skill level?
Join us for introduction to pickleball lessons for beginners, or for experienced players, skill development classes with instructors Rob and Diane Krieghoff on Wednesday mornings June 30 through September 22. Interested players need to sign up a week in advance. For more information, see the Skills Development Tab.
Annual Dues for 2021
$20 per individual
$35 per couple
Complete the membership form.
1st- Greg Laatsch
2nd - Rob Minami
3rd - Ron Hagen
1st - Allison Soderberg
2nd - Terri Osterberg
3rd - Sandie Hunt
1st - Chris Roberts
2nd - Kathy Koplitz - not pictured
3rd - Kelly Lacko - not pictured
Several of us spent time filling bags of craisins for sale during Cranberry Fest weekend. There were other members who volunteered to do the selling.