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One of the sunniest cities in the USA, Phoenix Arizona is an excellent place to play pickleball.
As of August 2022, there were at least 38 outdoor spots to play, a number that is now likely outdated.
Rather than list all of those, we figured we’d spotlight a few of the city’s most accessible, dedicated pickleball courts and provide everything you need to know about each.
Indoor/Outdoor Pickleball Courts in Phoenix Proper
Pecos Park – 16827 S 48th St, Phoenix, AZ 85048
This municipal park offers sixteen total courts in a mix of indoor and outdoor options. The city charges a fee for indoor court usage, but lighted outdoor courts are always free. An adjacent pool, splash pad, and skate park make this area ideal for families and groups of friends with diverse interests. Those seeking community can connect on the PicklePlay app as well as an official Pecos Pickleball group site.
Open Times: Every day, 8am to 6pm
Cost: Outdoor free
Paseo Highlands Park – 3435 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, Phoenix, AZ 85027
This cluster of six courts feature extended hours – from early in the morning to near-midnight – and LED lighting. The Goelet A. C. Beuf Community Center within the same park also features three indoor courts for those who need to escape the Arizona heat, or use the restroom.
Open Times: Every day, 6am to 11pm (outdoor)
Marinette Recreation Center of Sun City – 9860 W Union Hills Dr, Sun City, AZ 85373
This large indoor recreational center sells memberships but is also open to the public for a small fee. Ample court space make this a glorious place to bring a large party of players. More information is available here.
Open Times: Monday through Saturday, 8am to 9pm; Sunday 8am to 6pm
Cost: Only $3 per day
Outdoor-Only Pickleball in Phoenix
Encanto Sports Complex – 2121 N 15th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007
A multi-sports complex features four courts with portable nets. Though the area is lighted, players seem to enjoy them best during daytime play, when the mix of player level is more diverse in skill rating. Other amenities include a restroom, racquetball, tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts, as well as softball and football fields.
Open Times: Every day, 7am to 10pm
This post was originally published on our partner’s website, The Dink.
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