Pickleball

A cross between tennis, ping pong and badminton; this game is played with a solid paddle and a whiffle ball. The game is played most often in a doubles format. The net is lower than tennis and the court is also smaller, so minimal running is required. Pickleball delivers a fun experience for both social and competitive players!

 

COURTS/EQUIPMENT

Pickleball courts are available at the Recreation Center during our pickleball open play hours. Bring your own paddle or check out a paddle at the front desk. (ID is requiried for check out and equipment is limited.)

 
TOURNAMENT SERIES

Compete in our first annual BVRC pickleball tournament at the BVRC Rec Center at Hilltop.  Space is limited.          

***In order to register, registration forms must be filled out and turned in at the BVRC Rec Center at Hilltop (7720 W 143rd St) - NOTE: Doubles partners must return registration forms on the same day*** 

Tournament Flyer

Tournament Registration Form - Must be returned to the front desk by Wednesday, Dec. 12th.

 
HOURS

 

PICKLEBALL LESSONS & WORKSHOPS

Group & Private

Workshops

 

PRICE

Option: Fee:
Day Pass Members included / Non-members $5
Learn to Play Class $5 per class
One-on-One $45 per lesson
Two-on-One $60 per lesson for a group of 2
Three-on-One $75 per lesson for a group of 3
Four-on-One $80 per lesson for a group of 4
 

QUESTIONS?

Contact Kim Gregoire

 
 
Hours of Operation

Activity Center (AC)
6545 W. 151st Street

Monday - Friday: 6:00A-9:00P
Saturday: 7:00A-7:00P
Sunday: 12:00P-7:00P
913-685-6000

Rec Center at Hilltop (RC)
7720 W. 143rd Street
Monday-Friday: 5:30A-10:00P
Saturday: 7:00A-8:00P
Sunday: 8:00A-8:00P
913-685-6090

Sports Complex Office (SC)
9701 W. 137th Street

Monday-Friday: 8:00A-4:30P
913-685-6030

Administrative Offices
6545 W. 151st Street

Monday-Friday: 8:00A-4:30P
913-685-6000

Vision Statement:

"Enriching Lives, Strengthening a Spirit of Community"

Mission Statement:

"We will champion community and personal growth through dynamic lifelong recreation experiences."