Posted By Brooke Dixon
February 06, 2024
Where to Play Pickleball in Mesa
Pickleball has become an insanely popular sport and is only continuing to grow its fan base. Mesa is one of the most perfect places to play pickleball nearly year-round, with our fantastic weather offering a great environment to play in.
Whether you’re a pro or a beginner, the community of pickleball players is not one to judge. And you’re in luck, as Mesa offers just under 30 different courts to choose from. Below we have shared 5 of our favorites that are definitely worth checking out.
1. Mesa Tennis & Pickleball Center at Gene Autry Park
Mesa Tennis & Pickleball Center at Gene Autry Park offer pickleball lessons, reservation time slots and, of course, organized play. While there are court rental fees, you can be guaranteed a spot to play at your desired time. This court venue also offers tennis courts and sand volleyball which you can make reservations for as well. Check out the offered times online and find more information here: Pickleball | Mesa Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities.
2. Val Vista Village RV Resort
These courts are another one of the most popular places to play pickleball in Mesa. There are 4 outdoor hard courts that are dedicated courts with permanent lines and nets. Amenities include lights and restrooms, and the facility requires a one-time fee to play.
3. Kleinman Park
Try out these 4 outdoor hard courts with permanent lines and nets. Reservations are available and the courts are free. Amenities include lights. Check it out!
4. Venture Out Resort
Check out these 8 outdoor, hard courts. All 8 courts are dedicated courts with permanent lines and nets. A one-time fee is required to play, and amenities include lights, water and restrooms.
5. Red Mountain Multigenerational Center
If you’re looking for an indoor court space, Red Mountain Multigenerational Center is the place to go. Offering 3 indoor wood courts, guests can access both permanent and portable nets. Amenities include restrooms and locker rooms. While the courts are free, guests cannot reserve the courts.
To find more courts near you, check out Pickleheads, an online platform perfect for pickleball players to explore.
Coming in May of 2024, 40 outdoor courts and 12 indoor courts will become available for both members and non-members alike at Arizona Athletic Grounds. Guests can reserve a court at any time; however, courts may be closed from time to time. On average, guests can expect the courts to be open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.