Pickleball Courts

Pickleball Grimsby Project

What is Pickleball?

In Ontario the sport called Pickleball is rapidly expanding. It is a mixture multiple sports: the court is the same size as a badminton court, the whiffle ball is similar to a tennis ball and the paddle is similar in style to table tennis. The game is great for a range of skill levels and ages. It is easy to learn meaning you can be confident when you play!
What is needed to play?
  • Paddle and Whiffle Ball (available for rental through the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department - 162 Livingston Avenue.)

  • Court Shoes (we recommend wearing soft-soled shoes to protect the court surface)

Where can I find out more information on Pickleball?

For complete information check out the Pickleball Ontario website (www.pickleballontario.org) There you will find video clips showing the game being played, a map showing where it is played in Ontario, a news and announcements page, photos from our tournaments, links to other pickleball sites, information on where to buy equipment and lots more.

Outdoor Pickleball - Courts Now Open!

Mayfair Courts Access Code: 1288

Where are the courts located?

Mayfair Park (Corner of Lake Street and Baker Street North and also includes the Steve McDonnell leash-free dog park)

When are the courts in use?

9:00am until Dusk (please be mindful of your surroundings)

What is the schedule for the courts for community and club use?

All courts are available on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of courts 3 and 4, where Grimsby Pickleball Association members have court booking privileges. If any court is empty, please feel free to play but be aware if you are playing on court 3 or 4, there may be an incoming reservation. Please see images below for all four courts schedules. 

General Court Information and Rules

  • Courts are to be used for Pickleball Only. All other uses such as lacrosse, tennis, skateboarding, ball hockey or cycling are strictly prohibited.
  • Please be inclusive; everyone is welcome at this facility!
  • Court users are encouraged to rotate courts every 30 minutes if others are waiting to play.
  • Doubles play is encouraged to maximize usage.
  • Protect the court surface by wearing soft-soled shoes.
  • Play safely and exercise caution when using the courts during and after inclement weather, as the surface can be slippery when wet.
  • Keep the courts clean for everyone's safety and enjoyment.

What amenities does the court have?

  • 10 ft. Fencing
  • 4 Permanent Nets
  • Locked Gates (code required for entry)
  • Benches
Mayfair Park

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