I'm not talking about a sandwich or a pizza.

It's all about the hottest game that I have never, ever played, Pickleball. How could I have never played this game? This game is hot and New Jersey has the largest Pickleball facility in the Northeast.

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What is Pickleball?

Pickleball has become the hottest game to play. It's a mix between tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Two or four players on a court that looks like tennis. A paddle, usually wooden, and a ball.

I think I'm just curious about this sport. I have never watched it and I didn't even realize it was as hot as it is. Where have I been? There's a whole facility dedicated to just Pickleball, what? Do you play Pickleball? Have you played before? Is it like tennis? How do you keep score? Does it go to 15 pickles instead of 15 love, haha. If you know anything about Pickleball please let me know. I'd love to play sometime.

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Where's the largest Pickleball facility in the Northeast?

The largest is right here in Ewing, NJ. The Pickleball facility is located at 370 Sullivan Way in Ewing, NJ, according to bestofnj.com. It's called the Mercer Bucks Pickleball Club. From the Mercer Bucks Pickleball Club website: We are conveniently located in Ewing, NJ off of I-295 (not far from the Trenton-Mercer airport).  We are the only local facility dedicated to indoor Pickleball with a focus on combining fitness with fun, friends, and family.  We are here to serve our friends in Mercer and Bucks county –come be part of the fastest-growing sport in America–come Pickleball with us!

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