Parks and Recreation

Recreation Programs

Online registration for Summer!

Our team has a full line up of classes that are ready to go to keep you busy this summer.  Register for classes online on WebTrac.

Program/Game Status - Find out if a game or program is cancelled.

Indoor Pickleball

Please note that indoor pickleball will be open during the below scheduled time and is subject to change.  During the current pandemic we will be requiring reservations to control capacity limitations.  Players must sign up in advance and bring their own equipment. Masks are currently required at all times. Players must provide their pickleball membership card, coupon or day pass.  Memberships, coupon books, and day passes are available for purchase at the Community Center. Memberships are also available to purchase online by clicking here.  

Maple Grove Community Center Open Pickleball

Monday - Friday: 6:30am-11:30am
Saturday: 7:30am -9:30am (times may vary depending on programming, check reservation link for current times)
Sunday: 5:45pm - 7:30pm

Reservations and masks are required.

April 19 - 25 - Sign Up Genius

MGMS Community Gym Open Pickleball

Monday 6-8a
Tuesday 3-5p
Wednesday 6:15-8a
Thursday 3-5p
Friday: 6 am - 12:30 pm

Reservations and masks are required.

MGMS COVID-19 Guidelines

April 19 - 23 - Sign Up Genius

Outdoor Pickleball

Courts are free to use and do not require reservations.

Court Schedules:

  • Central Park Courts, 12000 Central Park Way, (4 courts).
  • Monday – Friday, 7-11am Open Play*

Beginner & recreational level players. 

    • All other times are Dedicated Play**

All levels welcome.

  • Lakeview Knolls Courts, 9391 Fernbrook Lane, (6 courts).
  • Monday – Saturday, 7-11am Open Play*

Intermediate & advanced level players.   

    • All other times are Dedicated Play**

All levels welcome.

  • 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, MG 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 4 players come off the court and the next 4 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 (2 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 City sponsored events.  

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

Recreation Office Location                  
Maple Grove Community Center         
12951 Weaver Lake Rd                                    
Maple Grove, MN 55369                     
Phone: 763-494-6500                   
Fax: 763-494-6456 
In person registration at front desk:
Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Click here for Community Center Hours

Staff Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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The Recreation division of the Parks and Recreation Board offers a wide range of programs and interests for preschool age children to senior citizens. Over 1000 programs are offered and over 51,000 participants have discovered the joy of being active and learning new leisure activities each year.

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The Parks and Recreation Board, through its employees, is committed to provide prompt, responsive and courteous customer service to the public in its quest to provide quality leisure opportunities through park and recreation facilities and services which meet the interest and needs of all City residents.