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!

    • Please only play Pickleball on these courts.
    • Wear athletic shoes and play safely.
    • Play with courtesy and good sportsmanship.


CHALLENGE PLAY:

MON-SAT: 7AM-NOON

Players can challenge by putting their paddles in the holders by a court entry. At the end of the previous 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:

BEFORE/AFTER CHALLENGE PLAY
ALL DAY SUNDAY

Open play is available for anyone, including informal or private groups. Challenges do not need to be accepted. If the courts are full, 4 on 4 off rotation applies.


SOCIAL PLAY:

ALL DAY, COURTS 3 & 4

These courts are considered Challenge (Drop-In) Play courts all day for beginners and/or recreational players. If these courts are open and other courts are full, they may be used by higher level players.


DAILY PLAY SCHEDULE:

See court bulletin board for daily schedule and special events.

PIONEER PARK PICKLEBALL SCHEDULE


COURT INFORMATION:


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.

Open Play: 

Non-structured play. If courts are busy, 4 on 4 off rotation applies.

Skill Level Play: 

Only the skill level(s) listed may play on the courts using Challenge rules. Courts 3 & 4 are designated as beginner courts. Courts

8-12 are designated for skill levels 4.0+. When courts are unoccupied, they are available for any level.


Social Play:
For developing players or those who are learning or looking for a ‘safe’ court to play.
  • During peak times, 4 on 4 off rotation applies.
  • Please display GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP. Proper attire required at all times. No offensive language or inappropriate behavior.

CITY OF PRESCOTT RECREATION SERVICES RULES:


Please adhere to the following:
  • Report damage or unsafe conditions to Recreation Services Office.
  • Please wear non-marking athletic shoes.
  • Pets are not permitted on the courts at any time.
  • Any object that may cause injury to a player or damage the courts is prohibited.
  • If a court is occupied, do not enter while play is in progress.
  • If a ball is hit onto your court, call ‘BALL IN COURT’ and stop play.
  • During busy times when players are waiting, 4 on 4 off rule applies.
  • Please demonstrate good sportsmanship. Foul or derogatory language is not acceptable.
  • Items found unattended should be taken to the Recreation Services Office.
  • Courts are for pickleball play only!
  • All schedules play, including lessons, just be approved in advance by the City of Prescott.
  • Schedule can be found on the bulletin board.
  • Users of this facility assume the risk of injury.
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