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Club Info

Meet the PR Pickleball Club

Paso Robles Pickleball Club is an Activity for Paso Robles Parks and Recreation at Centennial Park in Paso Robles. The club started  in 2010 and since then has grown to over 150 adult (18+) members on five permanent courts.


You don't need a partner or balls or even a paddle (we have some loaners), but good tennis shoes are a must. Visitors each register and pay $3 per day at Gate 2. See how to be a full member below.


Court Shoes: 

It is very important to wear appropriate court (tennis) shoes. The correct shoes are non-marking and have cross-hatched (herring bone) tread designed to help players more easily move sideways as well as forward and backward. Running or cross-training shoes are not recommended and can even be dangerous to the wearer. 

Hours and Days: 

Join us for all the fun on Mondays through Saturdays from 8:00 AM (7:30 AM in summer) to 11:30 AM

Outside of club hours is for free community play. Although the court gates are locked to prevent vandalism, a sign near the gate provides a phone number where you can get the combination,


Daily Fee: $3.00 per day per person paid at Gate 2 for visitors.

Full Membership: $60 per six-month session (January-May or June-December) online at Paso Robles Recreation. Dept.

New to Pickleball?

        Free Introductory Lessons

Free introductory lessons are generally available by appointment on TUESDAYS at 11:00 AM. 
Check calendar (on right) for cancellations or changs.      

Meet on Court 5 (the east end of Centennial Park courts). Wear court shoes.

Bring water.

We supply balls and paddles if you do not have one.

Lesson will be cancelled for rainy days.

Email or Text Bob .to reserve a place in the lesson.

So what is Pickleball? 

Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are fairly simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. It is now going Pro across the country.


It combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong.  It is played with solid paddles and a plastic ball with holes. Most often it is played as doubles.  Pickleball is said to be the fastest growing sport in America.

The history of Pickleball starting in 1965 in Washington state  can be seen at: USA Pickleball.



​Periodically the club puts on clinics to improve your game. All members will be notified. Prices vary. 

  • This a great game for all ages. You meet friendly people and get great exercise.

  • This sport is "addicting." 

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