From how much space you need to what type of surface works best. Plus, find out if pickleball is the right sport for your family and learn more about the basics of this fun game.
The good news is, a pickleball court is much smaller than a standard tennis court, making it way easier for the average home to find the space to install a court in your backyard.
For example, if you converted a tennis court into a pickleball court, it can be easily divided into four pickleball courts so you could have 4 games occurring simultaneously. Or, if you are building a multi-court system, that includes a half-court basketball court, your pickleball court can easily fit into the space of your half-court setup.
If you already have a tennis court installed, and the surface is in good condition, you are in luck and can keep the same surface. If you are in the process of building out a new pickleball court, you have a few options. The most common types of court surfaces for pickleball are:
Once you’ve made up your mind, it’s time to get started! Our expert staff will walk you through every step of putting in a pickleball court in your backyard – so you can be playing in no time.
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