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Indoor sports in Madison

Get moving without getting frostbite.

driving range

If the heated driving range doesn’t keep you warm, the beer will.

It’s cold. To avoid creating permanent damage to our couch cushions, here are a few indoor sports activities available to Madisonians year-round.

KEVA | Beanbags, volleyball, basketball — oh my. Join one of the many adult sports leagues available. Don’t have a team? Don’t worry, you can sign on to an existing team through their free-agent program.

Hitters | Pickleball courts are available 7 days a week, no membership required, at this sports complex. Tennis, baseball, and softball

Madison Turners | Every Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., pay $8 to enjoy an all-ages open gym in the gymnastics facility.

Urban Air Adventure Park | Let the little ones run rampant at this indoor park. Family Nights and toddler-friendly playtimes are also available.

Vitense Golfland | Enjoy a round of mini-golf away from the elements or try out a multi-sports simulator with 13 unique options.

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