April 06, 2021 at 9:10am | Ann Nguyen

Sports facilities are in demand for those who want to enjoy some fun and games without leaving their home. If you’re the type who welcomes a little friendly competition in the backyard, here are a few exciting features for any sports enthusiast.


Basketball Court

Whether it’s for kids or adults, a basketball court can be appreciated by all ages when it’s time to get outside and play hoops. Of course, if you want to be able to work on your jump shot all year, then an indoor court just might be the way to go. Another advantage of an indoor court is that you get to play on a hardwood surface, rather than pavement, and can also use it as an event space. 


Tennis Court

Who said you had to go to the country club to enjoy a game of tennis? With your own court in the backyard, the whole family can get together for some doubles without leaving the house, and you’re able to finish it with your favorite surface, like clay, grass, or concrete. You’ll be able to step outside for a quick rally anytime and work up a sweat before jumping in the pool to cool off!


Baseball Field

Playing catch with the kids is always fun, but if you have space for it, you can take things to the next level with an immaculately maintained baseball diamond. They’ll be the envy of the neighborhood when playing backyard games with their friends and will have the perfect space to practice pitching, hitting, and catching pop-flies. 


Ice Rink

When the temperatures drop, it’s time to sharpen those skates and get ready for hockey season. A backyard ice rink will provide endless hours of fun for all, and ensure that the kids are able to get outside and exercise all winter before coming in for hot cocoa breaks.


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