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Beach volleyball competitions can be held on a natural beach so long as the beach is level and the sand is at least nine inches deep and free from rocks, gravel and other hazardous objects. Another option is to build sand courts in an open area. Both options have been successful at the national and international level.
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The recommended beach volleyball court dimensions for Recreational play is 60’ by 30’. This allows for four on four or six on six play. Posts should be placed 1m (3’-4”) from each side line, 36’-8” from each other. A recommended free or clearance zone of at least 10 ft is recommended.
For areas comfortably above sea level, court area should be excavated two to three feet deep, depending on the depth of sand and gravel base you intend to use. For low-lying areas, court area should be excavated only about six to eight inches; you should end up building an elevated court rather than one that is flush with the ground.
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Building a beach volleyball court with bad sand typically results in a court which doesn't get used. Most volleyball players new and experienced don't like to play beach volleyball in a cloud of dust or in sand that cuts up their knees and elbows.
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The name Beach House reminds us of all of our fondest memories playing volleyball on the beach. There’s something about the sand, the wind, the sea spray blowing in your hair, the crowds of people all watching the game. It’s common for a crowd to gather even if you aren’t playing an official match. It’s just awesome. It takes the idea ...