Pickleball is a sport for all ages and skill levels. It is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton, racquetball and ping-pong. The rules are simple and easy for beginners to learn. While many players enjoy the social aspects of the game and the ability to stay active in their towns and communities, other more competitive players really enjoy the quick, fast paced nature of the game. Pickleball is played on a badminton-sized court with a slightly modified tennis net, a paddle and a plastic ball with holes. Pickleball can be played either as doubles or singles.
7 week sessions
Players will play games, rotating partners and courts as the night goes on. These sessions are open to all players with some Pickleball experience, looking for the opportunity to play some competitive games. You may bring your own paddles or use ours!
March 4th - April 15th
Cost $50 Register Here
February 21st - April 3rd
Cost $56 Register Here
Start your day off with some friendly Pickleball competition! Come in to play from 9-11am or 1-3pm on our courts, with players of all experiences. Play a few games and have some fun. Please use our sign up to let other players know when you are planning to play!
UNLIMITED DAYTIME PICKLEBALL PLAY CARDS
Come in and play all day for one low price: Valid Mon-Fri 9am - 3pm
$49/month May be purchased at the Concession Stand or online HERE!
(card can be used for one month from date of purchase)
PICKLEBALL PUNCH CARDS
Daytime/Weekday Pickleball Punch Card: $40 (for 10 hrs of daytime drop-in play, Mon-Fri until 3pm
Evening/Weekend Pickleball Punch card: $60 (for 10 hours of evening drop-in play, as space allows)
(may be purchased at the concession stand)
Pickleball is held on the courts at the facility at 500 Potash Hill Rd, Tyngsboro, MA.
RESERVE A PRIVATE COURT
Looking to play some Pickleball with your friends? You may reserve a private court anytime Mon-Fri, 9am - 3pm JUST for your group. Cost: $10/player for a group of 4 or more, for 2 hrs.
For the official USAPA Pickleball rules download: