Pickleball Courts, located in Rogers Park/Anna & Abby's Yard on the tennis courts, are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no charge for to use the two pickleball courts.
Discover the joy of pickleball early! Tailored for ages 12-18, Junior Pickleball is a non-competitive introduction to the sport for all skill levels. Steven Barnard, a local Forest Grove School District educator and pickleball enthusiast, leads our young players, emphasizing the fun and camaraderie that make this sport a unique and rewarding experience!
Have you heard the buzz about the sport of Pickleball? It's a paddle game, played with a wiffle-like ball over a net, that appeals to all ages because it's fun and good exercise.
Pickleball is a sport that is:
Family Friendly - suitable for all ages, genders, body types and athletic abilities.
Body Friendly - good exercise that is relatively easy on the knees, hips, neck, elbows and back.
Social – generally played as a doubles game with partners changing after every game so it is not necessary to come with a “partner”.
Challenging - strategy and skill are essential components for success, with recreational players showing quick improvement in a short period, and higher skill levels challenged by tough tournament competition both locally and nationally.
FUN - from the first time you play, you will hit the ball and enjoy the experience!
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