Pickleball is the latest sport to sweep the nation, and it’s a paddle sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and ping-pong.
Singles and doubles matches are played on a court with slightly modified tennis nets, which are often 20 to 44 feet tall, like a tennis court. Doubles are more common, then the shots can be one – bounce-volley tennis and the serve and return serve bounce off each other.
Indianapolis is no exception, there are plenty of pick games being played all over the city and surrounding cities.
If you would like to find out a specific game near you check out this article about pickleball court near me.
During the winter season, there are games set up indoors and setups are usually communicated via Facebook events. If you’re near Fort Wayne Pickleball.
Indianapolis Pickleball Tournament
There are plenty of tournaments that are scheduled through out the year. Some for charity purposes and other for sport.
Due to COVID-19, there might be some that are canceled or postponed.
You can sign up for one by checking out the schedule on USAPA.
Pickleball Greenwood, IN
The games are usually held at three major spots in Greenwood, IN
The Greenwood Community Center
Address: 100 Surina Way, Greenwood, IN 46143
Phone: (317) 881-4545
Recreation hub on 27 acres with Little League, tennis & volleyball courts, playgrounds & picnicking.
Address: 10 E Smith Valley Rd, Greenwood, IN 46143
Phone: (317) 887-5000
The Gathering Place
1495 West Main Street , Hwy 135 And West Main St. Greenwood, IN 46142
Balls Provided. Beginner Paddles Provided. First To Arrive Obtain Key To Storage Room From Front Desk And Set Up Nets.
Schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:30am – 1:30pm. Beginner Play: Wednesday and Thursday 8:30am-10:30am
Fee: Members – No Fee. Non-members – $2 Drop In Fee Per Session.
Pickleball Courts In Carmel Indiana
Carmel, Fishers, and Noblesville are usually bustling spots for pickleball games. Check out the games here – Places to play pickleball.
Few of the popular spots is:
12383 Cyntheanne Road Fishers, IN 46037
In addition to six outdoor courts with regular play, there are two challenge courts with posted rules. The courts are named the Cage Pickleball Courts in honor of a major donor who funded the building of the two challenge courts. There is ample parking. Facilities: There are playgrounds and nice restrooms near the courts. There are also walking paths, soccer fields, and a fishing pond at Cyntheanne Park. There are water fountains, shade trees, and picnic tables available near the courts.
Schedule: dawn to dusk
Monon Community Center
All Levels During Daytime Play. Balls, Nets And Loaner Paddles Provided. Check In At Gym Desk. For Beginner’s Times And Competitive Leagues, Call Amanda Or Front Desk (317) 848-7275 For Details. Check and verify schedule and exceptions (Gym C) under Gym link: https://www.carmelclayparks.com/monon-community-center/ 3 to 6 courts depending on schedule of Gym B.
Schedule: March 2020: Monday – Friday: 8-11am; Tues/Wed/Thurs: 2-4pm; Thursday 7:30-9:45pm
Fee: Free To Members; Non-members $11 Drop In Fee or $88 for 10 punch pass (shareable)