Moving to the US - best tennis towns?

ChaelAZ

G.O.A.T.
We have been exploring Boise ID, and I am FLOORED at the number and quality o tennis courts in the city and around. CRAZY number of amazing, well-kept courts to play. Haven't got to get into the tennis community to see just how much they get used, and the quality, but gotta think with that much coverage it is popular and thriving.

Anyone from Boise area?
 

Curtennis

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West coast for great weather and general enjoyment while playing. Lots of Florida options or Atlanta for just the most options.
 

atatu

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We have been exploring Boise ID, and I am FLOORED at the number and quality o tennis courts in the city and around. CRAZY number of amazing, well-kept courts to play. Haven't got to get into the tennis community to see just how much they get used, and the quality, but gotta think with that much coverage it is popular and thriving.

Anyone from Boise area?
Any clay courts ?
 

optic yellow

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The only real issues with living in Boise (assuming you want the 4 season experience) are the lack of nearby ocean and the Idaho state government.
 

jindra

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I would avoid living too close to nuclear reactors, nuclear waste storage sites, and previous test sites.
I generally recommend people to stay the eff away from California.
 

ChaelAZ

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The only real issues with living in Boise (assuming you want the 4 season experience) are the lack of nearby ocean and the Idaho state government.

Actually, those are two reason I am moving there, 4 seasons and the government. Or at least the infrastructure of the government and programs. The political scene...don't care.
 

optic yellow

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Actually, those are two reason I am moving there, 4 seasons and the government. Or at least the infrastructure of the government and programs. The political scene...don't care.
What do you mean by infrastructure of the government and programs? If you want some somewhere you can have four seasons while retaining the familiar desertscape of Arizona I do think Boise naturally rises to the top of the list. I just personally could not tolerate things like cannabis illegalization any longer.
 
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Fed Kennedy

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We have been exploring Boise ID, and I am FLOORED at the number and quality o tennis courts in the city and around. CRAZY number of amazing, well-kept courts to play. Haven't got to get into the tennis community to see just how much they get used, and the quality, but gotta think with that much coverage it is popular and thriving.

Anyone from Boise area?
The downside would be the nazis
 

optic yellow

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Yeah, more upper Idaho near Coeur d’Alene, but will be an odd state for politics and people overall.
I have still heard Northwest Nazarene University (in Nampa) called Northwest **** but it is true the real concentration is in the panhandle. At the end of the day though that's not stopping a lot of other reasonable people from moving to Boise so no need pay it too much mind.
 

ChaelAZ

G.O.A.T.
I have still heard Northwest Nazarene University (in Nampa) called Northwest **** but it is true the real concentration is in the panhandle. At the end of the day though that's not stopping a lot of other reasonable people from moving to Boise so no need pay it too much mind.

Yeah, I have read through a bunch of that and have seen **** plans for like gay pride parades and such. I am not too worried about it personally.
 
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