Pickleball

Indoor pickleball

Day passes and coupon books can be purchased at the Community Center. (No cash is handled at the community gym.)

  • Bring your own paddle and balls. 
  • Reservations are not required.

Maple Grove Community Center (12951 Weaver Lake Road)
Check the gym page for open pickleball hours, which are subject to change.

Maple Grove Middle School Community Gym (7000 Hemlock Ln)

October 31 – November 18: Monday – Friday, 6 to 8:30 a.m.

November 21 – December 22 (except November 24 & 25): Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.

January 2 – February 17 (except January 16): Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.

February 21 – March 10: Monday – Friday, 6 to 8:30 a.m.

March 13 – April 6: Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.

April 10 – April 28: Monday – Friday, 6 to 8:30 a.m.

Outdoor pickleball

Courts are free to use and do not require reservations.

Central Park courts (12000 Central Park Way) Four courts

  • Open play: beginner and recreational level players
    Monday through Friday, 7 to 11 a.m.
  • All other times are dedicated play; all levels welcome.

Lakeview Knolls courts (9391 Fernbrook Lane)

  • Six courts
  • Open play: intermediate and advanced level players
    Monday through Saturday, 7 to 11 a.m.
  • All other times are dedicated play; all levels welcome.

Dedicated play courts

The following tennis courts are lined for pickleball and are always dedicated play. All levels are welcome.

  • Basswood Neighborhood Park
  • Boundary Creek
  • Cedar Island
  • Donahue North
  • Elm Creek School
  • Fish Lake Woods
  • Forestview Ponds
  • Gleason Fields
  • Goldenrod Marsh
  • Hemlock Ponds
  • Maple Grove Middle School
  • Rush Creek
  • Scott/Jonquil Meadows
  • Teal Lake
  • Weaver Lake Upper
  • Woodcrest

Styles of play

Open play (drop-in community play)

Court schedules identified as 'open play' provide drop-in participation, where players are cycled into games allowing for different partners and different opponents each game. This type of play welcomes single players or couples, since players are mixed after each game.

Players must provide their own equipment to play. Upon arrival to the courts, place your paddle at the end of the line. When a game is finished, all four players come off the court and the next four  players waiting in line begin play on the vacated court. The players that just came off the court place their paddles at the end of the line, to wait their next turn. 

This cycle continues through the scheduled open play hours.

Dedicated play (individual play)

Court schedules identified as 'dedicated play' are first come first served, allowing for single person practice, singles play (two people playing), or a dedicated group only playing amongst themselves. Players must provide their own equipment. Courts should be released on the hour if players are waiting.

The City of Maple Grove has first priority use of these courts and may program them for sponsored events.

Notice

Private lesson instruction or use of courts for profit is not allowed.