When looking for the perfect place to play pickleball, many people look for courts open to the public. But the problem is they aren’t that easy to find. Here’s a short list of some great public pickleball courts in Las Vegas that will help you get your game on!
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Sunset Park Pickleball Complex is a full-featured, 24-court complex. The court surfaces are excellent and even, and the nets are all well maintained. Sunset Park also has good lighting for nighttime play. In addition, there are restrooms nearby, and the parking is close by. Finally, they organize tournaments and leagues, and people are courteous and respectful.
Durango Hills Park has seven pickleball courts. In addition to a large park with a playground, there are two separate play areas for children, a tennis court, a basketball court, and skate ramps.
Thus, Durango Hills is an excellent option for getting outside and stretching your legs. Tennis, basketball, a skate park, a huge jungle gym, and swings are all available. There is also grass and covered areas to sit at a table/bench.
Oak Leaf has four pickleball courts and playgrounds for children and toddlers, but there aren’t many picnic tables. However, there is a large grassy area in the park’s center which is great for picnics. Furthermore, there are also walking trails that lead to the park. Oak Leaf Park is closer to the mountains. As a result, there’s a lot of late afternoon shade.
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Bob Price Park has four pickleball courts. It also has a children’s play area, water park, bocce ball courts, and horseshoe pits. Additionally, there is a lot of green open space that accents the other amenities.
In addition to the four pickleball courts at Lone Mountain, there are numerous picnic areas, basketball courts, tennis courts, and playground areas. The park also has tennis courts, a play area, hiking trails, skateboard areas, nice soft grassy areas, covered picnic areas, and a dog park. The park is well-kept, with running water and drinking fountains.
If you’re looking for a great way to spend an afternoon, look no further than these public pickleball courts in Las Vegas. You’ll get some exercise, have fun, and make a few new friends while you’re at it!
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