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Spring Cornhole Games San Carlos CA 2024

Tossing Fun: The Great Spring Cornhole League in San Carlos

April 17 - April 18

Adult Cornhole League Games in San Carlos, CA at Burton Park

Important Info:

Deadline of Registration: March 10, 2023 – Register HERE.

Season Dates : Starts March 27 – 28 (Wed – Thu), 8 Weeks Total

Games: 2 Games Per Day.

Fee: $160 Per Team

 

Games will be held at the Burton Park Cornhole Courts (near tennis courts). Teams can register by filling out the Spring Cornhole Registration Packet. Please submit your team registration form, payment (checks can be written out to the City of San Carlos), and roster to Athletics@cityofsancarlos.org or drop off/mail to the San Carlos Youth Center (1001 Chestnut Street).

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About

Picture a sunny afternoon in the beautiful city of San Carlos, California, where laughter fills the air and friendly competition is in full swing. Welcome to the adult cornhole league in San Carlos, a place where tossing bean bags and embracing the camaraderie of the community blend seamlessly.

The Tradition of Cornhole

Cornhole, a game that originated in the Midwest, has rapidly gained popularity across the United States in recent years. It combines simplicity, skill, and friendly competition, making it a beloved pastime for people of all ages. The objective of the game is to toss bean bags onto a slanted board with a small hole, aiming for accuracy and precision. Cornhole is easy to learn, but its strategic elements provide endless opportunities for improvement and excitement. Here are a few aspects that make the game of cornhole so special:

  1. Accessibility: One of the great things about cornhole is its accessibility. It’s a game that almost anyone can play, regardless of age or physical ability. The rules are simple, the equipment is easy to handle, and it doesn’t require a high level of athleticism. This inclusivity allows people of all backgrounds and skill levels to participate and enjoy the game.
  2. Social Interaction: Cornhole is a social game that encourages interaction and camaraderie. Whether you’re playing at a backyard barbecue, a community event, or in a league, cornhole brings people together. It provides a platform for friendly competition, conversation, and bonding. The relaxed nature of the game allows players to engage in conversations, cheer for each other, and build connections with teammates and opponents alike.
  3. Versatility: Cornhole is a versatile game that can be played in various settings. From backyard gatherings to tailgate parties, parks, and beaches, cornhole boards can be set up almost anywhere. It’s a game that can be enjoyed in both casual and competitive settings. Whether you’re playing for fun or participating in organized tournaments, cornhole offers flexibility and adaptability to suit different preferences and occasions.
  4. Skill and Strategy: While cornhole may seem straightforward at first glance, it also involves skill and strategy. The art of tossing the bean bags accurately and adjusting your throws based on distance and conditions requires practice and precision. Players develop their techniques, aiming to land their bags in the hole or get them as close as possible. The strategic aspect of the game adds depth and keeps players engaged, constantly seeking improvement and refining their strategies.
  5. Universally Enjoyed: Cornhole has gained popularity across the United States and beyond. It has become a staple at social events, tailgates, and backyard gatherings. The game’s simple yet addictive nature has resonated with people of all ages and backgrounds, making it a universally enjoyed pastime. Cornhole tournaments and leagues have sprouted up in various communities, further highlighting its widespread appeal.
  6. Family-Friendly Entertainment: Cornhole is a game that brings families together. It provides an opportunity for parents, grandparents, and children to play alongside each other, fostering intergenerational bonding. The game’s simplicity allows kids to participate and learn, while adults can engage in friendly competition. Cornhole creates lasting memories and experiences that can be cherished by families for years to come.

Outdoor Fun and Relaxation

Playing cornhole in San Carlos offers the perfect excuse to enjoy the great outdoors.  With the warm sun on your face and the gentle breeze in the air, cornhole becomes more than just a game—it becomes an opportunity to relax, unwind, and appreciate the natural surroundings.

The league games bring together friends, families, and neighbors, creating a space for socializing and bonding. The league provides a platform for building connections, forging new friendships, and strengthening existing relationships within the San Carlos community. Regardless of age, skill level, or previous experience, the league offers a welcoming environment where everyone can enjoy the game

The adult cornhole league in San Carlos, California, embodies the spirit of fun, camaraderie, and friendly competition. Immerse yourself in the vibrant community of San Carlos, where laughter, camaraderie, and the joy of tossing bean bags unite. 

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As our community is spending more time on the computer working from home and distance learning, Parks and Recreation wants to provide the community open field space for kids and adults to get out of their homes and be able to have space to exercise and play. For more info on available games, leagues, schedules, fees, please visit San Carlos CA at quickscore.com

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Start:
April 17
End:
April 18
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Cost:
$160
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Website:
https://www.quickscores.com/cityofsancarlos

Venue

Burton Park
900 Chestnut Street
San Carlos, CA 94070 United States
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