We are very fortunate to live in a location where we have a great variety of absolutely beautiful locations to enjoy Pickleball. We also have numerous opportunities for all skill levels to play Pickleball from the very newest newbie to veteran experienced players. The schedule provides a great balance of organized play times for all levels as well as providing ample open court time for players wanting to play in a closed or private group. For the most current, up-to-date schedule, please scroll down.

For those that have played Pickleball, drop-in play time is one of the core reasons Pickleball exists and continues to thrive. Drop-in play is a great way to meet new people, be social, smile, be competitive, and most importantly, get some great exercise. In fact, a high intensity game of Pickleball can burn more calories than running! Oh yeah, one thing I forgot to mention is I can almost promise you that during drop-in play, you will hear people laughing and having a great time!

As we all know, drop-in play can also occasionally provide a few challenges and I’ve included a short article (scroll down) about Pickleball etiquette for your enjoyment.

Most importantly, recreational play is far more about enjoying the game and the people you are playing with and less about getting the win.


Pickleball Etiquette – 9 Crucial Things To Remember:

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