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This group for anyone interested in playing pickleball (or wanting to learn) in the Phoenix area.

As the sport continues its growth more and more places to play are becoming available. Phoenix Parks and Rec passed a resolution allowing Pickleball play on 8 outdoor public courts. (Nevitt Park, Dynamite Park, La Pradera Park, Solano Park, Pecos Park, Western Star Park, Telephone Pioneer Park and Encanto Park).

Along with these parks there are several community centers that have indoor play.

The City of Chandler also is allowing pickleball play at the Tumbleweed Recreational Center for indoors and soon a outdoor site will be announced.

The Town of Gilbert has indoor play at Freestone Recreational Center and in 2018 will have built a park with 6 outdoor courts.

Tempe also has two indoor locations, Escalante Recreational Center and North Tempe Multi-generational Center.

We will strive to cover all locations and although some might be a distance to drive for pickleball players, we are sure there is a location near you. Bear with us as we hope to gather our information and see this meetup grow in membership.

Upcoming events (5)

Open Pickleball Play for all City Outdoor Parks

Online event

Pickleball is open, drop in play, every day at all public courts in the Southeast Valley. This means all people that want to play can come and use the public courts. Being public there are no set scheduled times for play, all groups and individuals are welcome regardless of skill level, residency, age, gender, etc. The following parks have courts for public play, please Google the park name for location: Pecos Park, Phoenix (16 courts) Tempe Sports Complex, Tempe (8 courts) Arrowhead Meadows Park, Chandler (6 courts) Gilbert Regional Park, Gilbert (16 courts) Cholla Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Harelson Park, Tempe (4 courts) Herberger Park, Phoenix (4 courts) Copper Sky Park, Maricopa (6 courts) Paseo Highlands Park, Phoenix (6 courts) Thompson Peak Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Kleinman Park, Mesa (4 courts) Play is 4 on 4 off, meaning play is to a game of 11, and if people are waiting, the next group of 4 players go on. Each park has a posted rules of play that is similar to all parks in the metro area. Courts are generally occupied from 6am til 10am in the mornings and 6pm to 10pm in the evenings. Reservations are not required, nor taken by the parks. Any special events, classes, clinics or tournaments will be posted at https://www.phoenixpickleball.com/ or email me at [masked] Steve Manolis

Open Pickleball Play for all City Outdoor Parks

Online event

Pickleball is open, drop in play, every day at all public courts in the Southeast Valley. This means all people that want to play can come and use the public courts. Being public there are no set scheduled times for play, all groups and individuals are welcome regardless of skill level, residency, age, gender, etc. The following parks have courts for public play, please Google the park name for location: Pecos Park, Phoenix (16 courts) Tempe Sports Complex, Tempe (8 courts) Arrowhead Meadows Park, Chandler (6 courts) Gilbert Regional Park, Gilbert (16 courts) Cholla Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Harelson Park, Tempe (4 courts) Herberger Park, Phoenix (4 courts) Copper Sky Park, Maricopa (6 courts) Paseo Highlands Park, Phoenix (6 courts) Thompson Peak Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Kleinman Park, Mesa (4 courts) Play is 4 on 4 off, meaning play is to a game of 11, and if people are waiting, the next group of 4 players go on. Each park has a posted rules of play that is similar to all parks in the metro area. Courts are generally occupied from 6am til 10am in the mornings and 6pm to 10pm in the evenings. Reservations are not required, nor taken by the parks. Any special events, classes, clinics or tournaments will be posted at https://www.phoenixpickleball.com/ or email me at [masked] Steve Manolis

Open Pickleball Play for all City Outdoor Parks

Online event

Pickleball is open, drop in play, every day at all public courts in the Southeast Valley. This means all people that want to play can come and use the public courts. Being public there are no set scheduled times for play, all groups and individuals are welcome regardless of skill level, residency, age, gender, etc. The following parks have courts for public play, please Google the park name for location: Pecos Park, Phoenix (16 courts) Tempe Sports Complex, Tempe (8 courts) Arrowhead Meadows Park, Chandler (6 courts) Gilbert Regional Park, Gilbert (16 courts) Cholla Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Harelson Park, Tempe (4 courts) Herberger Park, Phoenix (4 courts) Copper Sky Park, Maricopa (6 courts) Paseo Highlands Park, Phoenix (6 courts) Thompson Peak Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Kleinman Park, Mesa (4 courts) Play is 4 on 4 off, meaning play is to a game of 11, and if people are waiting, the next group of 4 players go on. Each park has a posted rules of play that is similar to all parks in the metro area. Courts are generally occupied from 6am til 10am in the mornings and 6pm to 10pm in the evenings. Reservations are not required, nor taken by the parks. Any special events, classes, clinics or tournaments will be posted at https://www.phoenixpickleball.com/ or email me at [masked] Steve Manolis

Open Pickleball Play for all City Outdoor Parks

Online event

Pickleball is open, drop in play, every day at all public courts in the Southeast Valley. This means all people that want to play can come and use the public courts. Being public there are no set scheduled times for play, all groups and individuals are welcome regardless of skill level, residency, age, gender, etc. The following parks have courts for public play, please Google the park name for location: Pecos Park, Phoenix (16 courts) Tempe Sports Complex, Tempe (8 courts) Arrowhead Meadows Park, Chandler (6 courts) Gilbert Regional Park, Gilbert (16 courts) Cholla Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Harelson Park, Tempe (4 courts) Herberger Park, Phoenix (4 courts) Copper Sky Park, Maricopa (6 courts) Paseo Highlands Park, Phoenix (6 courts) Thompson Peak Park, Scottsdale (8 courts) Kleinman Park, Mesa (4 courts) Play is 4 on 4 off, meaning play is to a game of 11, and if people are waiting, the next group of 4 players go on. Each park has a posted rules of play that is similar to all parks in the metro area. Courts are generally occupied from 6am til 10am in the mornings and 6pm to 10pm in the evenings. Reservations are not required, nor taken by the parks. Any special events, classes, clinics or tournaments will be posted at https://www.phoenixpickleball.com/ or email me at [masked] Steve Manolis

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