Racquet Sports Cabin


As you know the landscape regarding the COVID-19 outbreak changes daily. Here is an update specifically addressing our operations here in the Racket Sports Department. As of today the following measures are in place.

  • The racket sports proshop is CLOSED. Riverside members and guests are unable to access the proshop due to the "nonessential" nature of our retail operations. As a result the code to the proshop door has been changed.
  • Singles** Tennis, Pickleball and Paddle Tennis play is allowed.  The board has concluded that using our courts, for singles play, falls withing the "outdoor recreation" guidelines set for by Gov. Bullock. PLEASE strictly adhere to the sanitation and distancing measures that we have put in place.

We ask that you make sure to adhere to the distancing and sanitation guidelines in order to retain the opportunity to continue using the courts at this time.

Your health is our number one concern. We will continue to do everything we can to provide you an opportunity to use our wonderful facilities while following the latest guidelines in order to keep everyone safe and healthy.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact Clayton or Doug at any time



Cabin Summer Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Contact Information

Phone: 406.587.9312
Email:  Clayton Harris

Get Your New Racquet Sports Gear

How About Trying A New Tennis Racket, Platform Tennis or Pickelball Paddle?

We have a full lineup of top-of-the-line performance and recreational rackets for juniors and adults that are available for demo and/or purchase.  The rental cost per racket is FREE!

Keep Your Tennis Game In Top Form By Restringing Your Tennis Racquet

Whether you’re an elite athlete or a weekend warrior, your strings need to be replaced regularly to reach your next level of performance.  You can monitor the health of your strings by inspecting the intersection where mains and crosses touch.  Keep an eye out for these telltale signs you may need to restring:

  • Fraying – as strings rub against each other, coating wears off and filaments begin to break;
  • Notching – string friction results in notches where the string is worn away; and
  • String sliding – strings move more at lower tensions.
  • Our knowledgeable staff can assist in picking out the best string and tension for you before replacing them.

Racquet Sports Staff