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Play Badminton in Colorado

Where to Play Badminton in Colorado

If you’re looking for where to play badminton in Colorado, we’re here to help! Check out a list of badminton courts throughout Colorado below.

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Public Badminton Courts in Colorado

 

Beck Recreation Center 

  • Address: 800 Telluride St, Aurora, CO 80011 

  • Note: Drop-in play times are available for a small fee daily. 

 

Charles Whitlock Rec. Ctr.

  • Address: 1555 Dover St, Lakewood, CO 80215  

  • Note: Drop-in players are welcome. 

 

Memorial Building

  • Address: 700 Longs Peak Ave Longmont, CO 80501 

  • Note: Youth badminton lessons available. 

 

Fort Collins Senior Center

  • Address: 1200 Raintree Drive Fort Collins, CO 

  • Note: Local court used by the Fort Collins Badminton Club. Drop-ins welcome for a daily fee. 

 

Northside Aztlan Community Center

  • Address: 112 Willow St Fort Collins, CO 

  • Note: Local court used by the Fort Collins Badminton Club. Drop-ins welcome for a daily fee. 

Private Badminton Courts 

 

Denver Athletic Club

  • Address: 1325 Glenarm Place, Denver, CO 80204 

  • Note: Private club. 

 

Denver Southwest YMCA

  • Address: 5181 West Kenyon Ave., Denver, CO 80236 

  • Note: Badminton courts can be accessed by members and nonmembers for a daily fee. 

 

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What is Badminton?

Badminton is a racket sport that can be played in singles or doubles. Players hit a shuttlecock over a net onto their opponent’s side of the court. 

 

The sport is played on an open, synthetic court with a high net in the middle of it. 

 

Badminton is often compared to tennis, although they are very different sports. Many say that badminton is more difficult to master than the sport of tennis 

 

Badminton developed in British India but has become very popular in Asia, with recent competitions dominated by China. 

 

How to Play Badminton

Two or four people hit the shuttlecock over the net to the other person’s side. A rally ends when the shuttlecock touches the ground, in which the other side is given a point. 

 

Only one stroke is allowed to get the shuttlecock over the net and one badminton match is made up of three games, each played to 21 points. 

Where to Find Badminton Gear

 

Like most racket sports, the only gear you need to play badminton, other than a net, is a badminton racket, shuttlecock and court shoes.  

Once you’re ready to play badminton, we’ve got you covered with badminton gear at our stores in Colorado and Las Vegas and online

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