Welcome to the Vancouver Pickleball Association website! We hope that you enjoy browsing our website, and that you will find a lot of useful information. We expect the information on this website to be of particular interest to Pickleball players. Our website will continuously be updated with news and info, so make sure you return soon.
Box Leagues Have Started!
Read about our box leagues HERE
First Round of Individual Play Box Leagues (PL) Finished.
Round #3 (July 11 – July 25) is now underway
Round #2 PL league assignments, and a list of players still looking for partners for the Team Leagues (TL) can be found by clicking HERE.
Coaches Corner – July 2021
Each month we will feature a bio and a teaching video from each of our coaches in the Vancouver area.
This month we are featuring Coach Anke Harpe, Level One Certified Pickleball Instructor (IPTPA)
WHERE CAN I PLAY PICKLEBALL OUTDOORS IN VANCOUVER?
|Queen Elizabeth Park||8 nets installed|
|Memorial Park West (next to Dunbar Community Centre)||4 courts*, NO nets|
|John Hendry Park (Trout Lake Park)||1 court, NO net|
|Pandora Park (Nanaimo St. & Pandora St.)||6 courts*, NO nets|
|Cedar Cottage Park (Clark Drive between 10th & 11th)||2 courts*, NO nets|
|Brewers Park (Victoria Drive & 25th Ave.)||4 courts*, NO nets|
|*Shared courts (lines painted on existing tennis courts)|
Quiet Pickleball Paddles may help us enjoy the game without restrictions
Our beloved game is being restricted by many localities due to noise. You can help stop that from happening by choosing a quiet paddle. Read about the issue by CLICKING HERE
WhatsApp Chat Groups being established
We need your help!
The Vancouver Pickleball Association has ambitious plans to expand the number of playing sites (both indoors and out), acquire new court maintenance equipment, safety supplies, instructional signage, and sound barriers, as well as solicit funds and develop leagues, ladders and tournaments. If we are going to do this, we need your help. If you are interested in helping our organization by volunteering, please click here to read more…
Many of us have experienced frustration and confusion when the Pickleball courts are busy. When all the courts are being used and there are many people waiting, a bit of simple etiquette and understanding can really help. Read more about some common sense guidelines here
During the current pandemic restrictions it might be a good time to hone your Pickleball skills. Read more about Pickleball classes being offered in the Vancouver area here. Youth classes are also being offered.
Read more about this issue here
Items of interest:
If you would like to enjoy the support of a strong organization, as well as substantial discounts brought about by our partnerships with sports equipment providers, become a member today.
Press the “JOIN” link at the top of the page to become a member of the Vancouver Pickleball Association.
What is Pickleball?
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