Where To Play Pickleball In Dallas

Pickleball has been America’s fastest-growing sport for multiple years straight, rivaling tennis, golf and more traditional sports. The boom can largely be explained by the lower barrier to entry, for example, as a result of a slower ball, smaller court size and fewer stroke types. It also happens to be incredibly fun (and social) while doubling as a great workout, so it’s no wonder this cross between tennis, badminton and ping-pong has exploded across the country. In fact, cities have been racing to build more courts amid zoning battles to keep up with the unprecedented demand. Luckily for us, Dallas is home to a range of pickleball courts, spanning from fully-equipped recreation centers to pickleball entertainment complexes. And many of these courts are indoors, an added bonus for year-round pickling.

Oasis Pickleball Club 

Oasis Pickleball Club puts all other pickleball clubs to shame with a whopping 42 outdoor pickleball courts, eight covered courts and four champion courts. The Texas Open Pickleball Championships take place here, so you know they mean serious business.

Chicken N Pickle

There’s more than just pickleball at Chicken N Pickle, which combines a culinary concept with the social aspect of the sport. Watch others play as you observe from the rooftop with a drink in hand from the multiple bars, or feast on a chicken dish while enjoying lawn games.

Cole Park

Cole Park in Uptown offers six lighted pickleball courts, allowing for nighttime play. Come at any time to join in on the fun.

Fieldhouse USA

Fieldhouse USA is as much of an entertainment center as it is a pickleball club, where sports, eats, drinks and live music converge. With a $5 day pass, players have access to Fieldhouse courts from Monday to Friday, as well as the additional perks on offer.

Fretz Tennis Center

At Fretz Tennis Center, reserve any of their four outdoor courts from Tuesday to Friday for $5 per 90-minute session. If you’re looking to heighten your game and join a league, you’ll be pleased to know that the Dallas Pickleball Club plays here.

Samuell Grand Tennis Center

Samuell Grand Tennis Center offers four dedicated outdoor courts and pickleball clinics such as “Intro to Pickleball” and “Drills & Skills.”

Campbell Green Park

Campbell Green Park offers four dedicated outdoor pickleball courts with permanent lines and nets. Play is free and first-come, first-serve.

Lake Highlands North Park

This 30-acre community park boasts BBQ picnic spots, play areas, a lake, pool, recreation center and, most importantly, four pickleball courts.

Kiest Park

Kiest Park is a historically significant park that was established in 1931 by Edwin John Kiest, the publisher of the Dallas Times Herald. In addition to four pickleball courts, the park consists of a softball complex, baseball field, soccer complex, volleyball courts, tennis courts, playground and a recreation center.

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