Pickleball players and friends of pickleball formed the Prescott Pickleball Association and partnered with the City of Prescott and Yavapai County for building and maintaining the state-of-the-art Prescott Pickleball Courts at the Pioneer Park Sports Complex. Prescott got its first 8 public pickleball courts in May 2017.
Mission: The mission of the PPA is to welcome residents and visitors of all ages and abilities to participate in recreational and competitive pickleball play at the public courts through activities that will enhance the fitness and well-being for the entire community. The PPA is supported by membership in the association and energized by community support through donations.
Vision: We will be the model for private/public cooperation making pickleball accessible to all by creating a positive pickleball experience in the Quad Cities.
Strategic Plan: The PPA has a 3-year strategic plan to reach it’s mission and vision.
$81,160 / $115,000
FOUR MORE Prescott Pickleball Courts at Pioneer Park !
The 2018 fundraising campaign by Prescott Pickleball Association
- Beginner classes also are available on Saturdays at the Willow Hills Baptist Church indoor courts offered by the Willow Hills Pickleball Club to anyone interested in learning to play. For details, contact Bob Atherton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-499-2498.
- Events, lessons, and court cleanings at Prescott Pickleball Courts are posted on the Calendar.
- For news of local pickleball events and activities, be sure to Follow us on Facebook.
- If you are looking for non-PPA pickleball activities, check out Prescott Valley Pickleball Association, Willow Hills Pickleball Club, Other Places to Play, and Pickleball Tournaments.
Location of public Prescott Pickleball Courts: