Prescott Pickleball Association
A Paddle Above!
These courts are open to the public. The Prescott Pickleball Association (PPA) works in partnership with the City of Prescott to maintain these courts. We need your help! Play Schedule begins Dec 1 '20.
Players can challenge by putting their paddles in the holders at each court. At the end of a game, losing players will come off and challengers will play the winners. Winners will be able to play for 3 games and then must leave the court. Please try to choose a court where your skill level is comparable to those on that court. Players may not refuse to play with a challenger during challenge play time.
Open play is available for anyone, including informal or private groups. Challenges do not need to be accepted. Players may use the court for up to an hour at a time..
These courts are considered recreational play (not competitive play) are are for beginning players during challenge play times. If these courts are open and other courts are full, they may be used by higher level players until they are once again needed by beginning players.
See court bulletin board for daily schedule and special events.PIONEER PARK PICKLEBALL SCHEDULE
Please review the information below as well as PIONEER PARK SCHEDULE HERE or on bulletin board at courts. When courts are busy, there should be 4 players per court; no singles or drills. PPA members can find a partner of similar skill level on the Member Directory.
Challenge (Drop-In) Play:
If court is occupied, next 2 paddles on fence may challenge in. Challenge should be acknowledged. There is a 3 consecutive game maximum at which point players must rotate out. When busy, a PPA member or Ambassador will signal 4 on 4 off (requires all 4 players to exit after each game).
Non-structured play. Families/friends may play for (up to) 1 hour before relinquishing courts.
Only the skill level(s) listed may play on the courts using Challenge rules. Courts 1-8 are designated for skill levels up to 3.5 (with courts 3 and 4 being reserved for social (beginner) play. Courts 9-12 are designated for skill levels 4.0+. Any court that is not being used by it's primary designated skill level (not enough players) is open to any skill level until such time that it's primary designation is in demand.