Woburn Reopens Pickleball And Tennis Courts As Restrictions Ease

WOBURN, MA — Woburn's public recreation spaces began reopening Tuesday after over two months being closed: the city's tennis and pickleball courts reopened, in line with the state's phase one reopening plan.

The Pickleball Courts at Library Park, Ferrullo Field Tennis Court and Woburn High School Tennis Courts all reopened. The Pickleball Courts and High School Courts will only have two courts available.

The newly-opened courts remain restricted. Whenever social distancing is not possible, masks are still required. Hand washing is expected.

Residents can only share a court with members of their household. Equipment cannot be shared.

Reservations are recommended — and available only to city residents. They should be made before 4 p.m. the day before, and before noon for weekends and Mondays. You can make a reservation by calling the Recreation Office at 781-897-5805.

Read the full announcement here.

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Christopher Huffaker can be reached at 412-265-8353 or chris.huffaker@patch.com.

This article originally appeared on the Woburn Patch