Pickleball Is Growing in Las Vegas

Pickleball has found a home here in Las Vegas, with thousands of players opting for a paddle and ball to bond with friends and put in that cardio workout. With the sport’s highly-social and fun nature, its recent boom in popularity doesn’t come as a surprise.

Pickelball can be as competitive as one wants it to be
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How has Las Vegas been coping with the resulting increase in demand for pickleball venues? The entertainment capital of the world has proven itself worthy of that moniker, putting up courts across the city. Check out our list to discover the best pickleball courts in Las Vegas:

What Is Pickleball?
Think of pickleball as tennis, badminton, and ping-pong all in one. Although it can be played with only two people, it’s typically played with four—two players on opposing sides of a court.
The gameplay is simple. Players hit a perforated ball back and forth over a net with paddles. Anyone can learn how to play pickleball thanks to its easy-to-understand rules. This also helps to explain the 36.5 million people who played pickleball in 2022. And that’s only in the US!

Where to Play Pickleball in Las Vegas
There are plenty of pickleball courts in Las Vegas to choose from, some with additional amenities. Here’s our list:

Sunset Park Pickleball Complex
This complex on East Sunset Road is home to 24 outdoor hard and concrete courts. Everything is set up for players here since the dedicated courts already come with permanent lines and nets. Players can reserve the public courts, which are also free of charge.

Restrooms and water are also available for players wishing to freshen up. The courts also have lights, so the game doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down.

Lone Mountain Park
Located on the northwest side, Lone Mountain Park has four outdoor concrete courts. The dedicated courts already come with permanent lines and nets. Players also have access to restrooms, lights, and water.

If all this isn’t enough, the public courts are completely free for use!

Bill Briare Park
This park, which boasts ten acres of open space, features four outdoor hard courts. The dedicated courts already have permanent lines and nets, so you have everything you need to get started.
The public courts also come with lights and are free of charge.

Horseshoe Las Vegas
With its 14 outdoor hard courts with permanent lines and nets, this hotel and casino is one of the most popular pickleball venues in Las Vegas. With just a one-time fee, players get access to restrooms, lights, and water.

The best part is players can reserve the courts, so you’ll be guaranteed a spot.

Plaza Hotel and Casino
This hotel and casino offers 13 outdoor hard and wood courts. The dedicated courts come with permanent lines and nets. Players can also enjoy the facility’s restrooms, water, and lights.

Hungry players can get the full recharge here with food available on-site.

Oak Leaf Park Pickleball Courts
There are four outdoor concrete courts here, all with permanent lines and nets. The public courts are free and players have access to restrooms and water.

Fun for the whole family at a park near you
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If you haven’t already played pickleball before, now is the best time to get involved. Join the vibrant pickleball community in Las Vegas today and discover why so many people love this amazing sport.

Brandon Mackie is an avid writer and co-founder of Pickleheads™. Once a competitive tennis player, Brandon can now be found these days honing his dinks on pickleball courts near Phoenix, Arizona.


4 responses on “Pickleball Is Growing in Las Vegas

  1. And I mistakenly thought pickle ball was strictly a Midwest phenomenon! Thanks for this info!

  2. Autocorrect at work again! (I typed it as one word.) Aggravating computer autocorrect!

  3. Dorothy et al,

    I would be curious if you or anyone you know is a pickleball player? I have cousins in the Seattle area who play several times a week.


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