Indoor Pickleball Courts


9 am-8 pm

Availability will vary based on programming. Advance reservations required.

Outdoor Pickleball Courts


9:30 am-5:30 pm

9:30 am-4:30 pm

Advanced reservations required. Weather permitting.


The outdoor pickleball courts will open with restrictions based on recommendations from the Jefferson County Health Department. Pickleball courts will be open by paid reservation only. There are no drop-in times and loitering is not allowed.

Reserve a Court!

For more information contact Kay Palmer at KayP@ApexPRD.org or Roxie Augustine at RoxieA@ApexPRD.org. (Emails are preferred and receive a faster response.)

Public Precautions

  • $10 per hour per court. Reservations must be paid with credit card. No walk-in or cash payments allowed remove
  • Courts will be rented on the half-hour; must rent in hour increments
  • Courts can be rented up to 7 days in advance and up to two hours prior to play
  • Players must adhere to social distancing rules and remain 6 feet apart
  • All players are required to wear a mask when entering or exiting the facility or courts. All players are encouraged to wear a face mask (including while playing) while on the courts
  • Maximum of 6 players on a court
  • No spectators allowed
  • Please bring hand sanitizer and use as necessary
  • Only two people allowed in the restroom at a time
  • Bring your own water. No water fountains will be available

After Playing

  • Leave the court as soon as reasonably possible
  • Wash your hands thoroughly or use a hand sanitizer after coming off the court
  • No extra-curricular or social activity should take place. No congregating after playing
  • All players should leave the facility immediately after play

Pickleball is a fun racquet sport that incorporates elements of badminton and tennis for two to four players, who use small wooden paddles to hit a perforated plastic ball over the net. It’s an easy-to-learn game that is played on a court like a tennis court but half the size. Pickleball is fun for players of all ages and level of activity, and can start slow for beginners or pick up the pace for advanced players. These low impact workouts promote adult and kids’ health.

Coordinator Contact Info

Roxie Augustine