Park City Municipal and Recreation inflate the great “tennis bubble”

PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Municipal and Park City Recreation teamed up with volunteers on October 12 to undertake a monstrous endeavor: setting up the Park City tennis bubble at the Park City Municipal Athletic and Recreation Center (PC MARC).

If you’re not familiar with it, the Park City tennis bubble is the large, white, puffy seasonal roof that the PC MARC puts over the outdoor tennis courts for winter; it looks a little bit like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters (1984), for a Halloween reference point.

“The bubble” covers three of PC MARC’s outdoor courts, bringing the number of indoor courts up to seven. The indoor courts can also be used for indoor pickleball.

To demonstrate the amount of work that goes into the MARK’s tennis marshmallow, Park City Government posted a video on Facebook that shows the entire process. Tate Shaw from Park City Recreation gives commentary on the video of “bubble day.”

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