Indoor Action Sports owner Jeff Coulson announced to his clients Thursday that he’ll be closing the sports facility gradually over the next two months, and hopes the 12.5-acre property will have a new owner by June.
“It is a very bittersweet decision as Indoor Action has been a labor of love,” Coulson wrote in an email to clients, noting that in retirement, he hopes to spend more time with his seven grandchildren.
Since 1995, Indoor Action Sports has offered residents a place to play field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, flag football, basketball and more. The property started out with a large metal shed, where sports like soccer, field hockey, lacrosse and basketball were played. In 1999, the facility expanded, establishing a pair of turf fields and putting a 44,000-square-foot inflatable dome over them, one of the first facilities of its kind in the Northeast, Coulson said in 2019, when he first announced he was looking to retire.