Greater Seattle Drop-in Pickleball Calendar
Coronavirus Prevention Closures
Last Updated Tue Aug 4 at 3:31pm
The Auburn Community and Event Center, also known as the Gymnasium at Les Gove Park, is closed through Sunday, July 5.
June 7: Auburn's outdoor tennis and pickleball courts
are open and play is allowed with 5 or fewer people outside of your household.
Outdoor restrooms remain closed.
All Community Centers are now closed until further notice.
May 29: Bellevue outdoor tennis courts
Anyone can play singles; only members of the same household may play doubles.
No teaching, coaches or extra non-players will be allowed on the courts.
The Bellevue International School pickleball courts
are open for community use.
The Northshore Senior Center's pickleball is
canceled until further notice.
Thank you, Collene!
The Frances Anderson Center is closed until further notice.
June 5: The Everett pickleball courts are open. All visitors should follow physical distancing and public health guidelines. Groups and gatherings of more than five people (outside of immediate households) are prohibited.
The Federal Way Community Center is CLOSED until June 22, 2020.
Thank you, Tom!
The Issaquah Community Center is closed until further notice.
The Kent Commons are closed until further notice.
Kirkland community centers are closed.
The Everest Park outdoor pickleball courts
with group size restrictions in effect. Doubles are allowed.
Find in what phase Kirkland is in here:
Photo by Steve Balch
Luther Burbank Park Tennis and Pickleball Courts
are now available exclusively for pickleball.
Open play takes place Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm.
The Normandy Park Recreation Center is closed until further notice.
The following amenities were scheduled to reopen on June 8, 2020:
- Pickleball Courts
- Tennis Courts at Grass Lawn, Hartman & Reservoir Park (Perrigo courts are being resurfaced and will reopen 6/15)
- All park restrooms
The Renton Senior Activity Center is closed for an in[de]finite period.
The SeaTac Community Center is closed until further notice.
Seattle Community Centers are closed.
Seattle Parks and Recreation changed their mind and as of Friday June 12 outdoor tennis and pickleball courts are now open to groups of five or less with social distancing.
Seattle's Amy Yee tennis center provided the following guidelines for pickleball play:
- There will be at most 4 players per court
- Players will stay a minimum of 6 feet from each other
- Players waiting for the court will be limited to one person per court
- Players waiting for a court will sit or stand at least 6 feet from each other and from players on the court
- Hand sanitizer will be available to use before matches
- Sanitizing wipes will be provided to wipe down pickleballs
- There will be no paddle stacking
- Paddles should not be tapped after a game; rather paddles should be waved from at least 6 feet apart
- Players who have symptoms of COVID, who have tested positive or have been exposed should not play
Keep the courts open: Respect the rules.
The Spartan Recreation Center is closed
until further notice.
The City of Shoreline has started a phased reopening of Shoreline's Parks and Recreation facilities. The pickleball courts are now open. Please check the May 22 post from Marcella Scott on Facebook for a discussion of player expectations.
Courts located on school grounds are likely to be closed.
The Tukwila Community Center is closed until further notice.
The Woodinville Sports Club is taking reservations for access to 4 pickleball court for 90 minute slots. There are no "open play" times.
Sign-up individually and play with new partners and new opponents each game, round-robin style.
The games will take place on the Miller Playfield Tennis and Pickleball outdoor courts.
See the Smash Pickleball web site for details.
Playtime Scheduler Update
Time for pickleball only tells you where and when regular drop-in pickleball games are happening. To organize or join one-off games, join Playtime Scheduler's "Greater Seattle Area" region. It is free.
You will be in good company since over 600 players had already joined.
Here is how it works. First, you have to register:
- Go to the Playtime Scheduler web site.
- Click the Register button.
- Select Greater Seattle Area, WA as your region.
- Fill in your information. including your zip code and skill level.
- Click on the Register button.
Now, make it suit your needs:
- Click on the My Account button.
- Click on Email Preferences.
- Tell the system when you are available to play pickleball and how far from home you are willing to travel.
That's it. You are now ready to join an existing session or create your own session and invite people to join. When someone creates a new session that fits your availability, your travel zone, and your skill level, you will receive an email.
If you have any question, please email infotimeforpickleball.com.
See you on the courts!
See something? Say something!Many thanks to all the players and staff members who let us know about schedule changes.
Please email schedule change information to infotimeforpickleball.com.
Since most facilities state that "Programs, hours, and fees are subject to change without notice", the information included here cannot be guaranteed to be accurate. Call play locations within 48 hours of play to verify daily schedule. Make sure the location is open when you call. Pray that the person answering the phone is aware of the latest schedule changes and gives you accurate information.
Click on a time below to see the original document that listed that specific time.
Click on a location name for more details about that particular location, such as address, phone number, number of courts, etc....