The pickleball courts are currently open. Please help us keep it that way by practicing safe physical distancing even when outdoors:
- Stay home if you are sick
- Wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently
- Keep six feet of distance from others not in your party
- If things look too crowded to maintain safe physical distancing, then come back later or on a different day.
- Wear a face covering if inside or if you can’t keep six feet of distance outside
- Cover your mouth with an elbow or tissue when sneezing or coughing
- Show caring and kindness with whatever action you take
What is Pickleball?
As quirky and inventive as its name implies, pickleball is a sports mashup combining elements of tennis, badminton, table tennis, and wiffleball. If you see people playing, chances are you’ll also see them giggling while having a blast chasing the lightweight ball around the court.
Due to its growing popularity and our love for outdoor sports, Frisco has an active pickleball league that plays here and around Summit County. While pickleball can be played either indoors or outdoors, the Frisco pickleball court is outdoors.
Pro tip: Pickleball doesn’t involve actual pickles, so BYOB (bring your own brine) if you’re craving pickles after reading this.
Summit Middle School
158 School Road
Frisco, CO 80443
Where Can I Play Pickleball in and around Frisco?
Frisco’s outdoor pickleball courts are located about a mile from downtown Main Street at Summit Middle School. The courts are available when school is out of session for the summer. You can drive there or walk or bike via the Rec Path.
Because the court size, layout, and net are different for these two sports, we suggest that you don’t use our tennis courts to play pickleball.
If you’re looking for other places to play in the Frisco area, the friendly folks at the Summit County Pickleball Association will be happy to hook you up.