TYNGSBORO SPORTS CENTER
* New sessions just added!
*Mid-week Pickleball Play: 6 week sesssion, Cost: $30
This session is for anyone who would like to learn to play pickleball or brush up on their game.
You will learn by playing and find that you will catch on quickly! Players will rotate partners and play games and
there will be plenty of time to work on different skills with individual instruction as needed.
Bring your own paddles or use ours! Class size will be limited. Drop-ins welcome as space allows : $7/player
Tuesdays: 10am-noon, Jan 8th - Feb 12th Register Here
Thursdays: 10am-noon, Jan 3rd - Feb 7th Register Here
*Evening Pickleball Play: 7 week sesssion, Cost: $49
Players will play games, rotating partners as courts as the night goes on. This session is geared towards the beginner to intermediate level players but is getting
more competitive as most players have been playing now for a bit but beginners are welcome and will catch on quickly. This session is open to all players looking
for the opportunity to play. Bring your own paddles or use ours! Class size will be limited. Drop-ins as space allows : $10/player
Fridays: 6pm-7:30pm, Jan 11th - Feb 22nd Register Here
*Private Pickleball lessons available upon request
Contact Eileen at email@example.com to setup private lessons or semi-private lessons for a group.
Drop-in Times: Mon, Wed, Fri, 10am - noon, Cost: $5/player
Have a group of friends that would like to play Pickleball? Grab your friends and drop-in and play!
Pickleball can be played as doubles or singles, so all you need is one other player or three others to get
your game on!
Reserve a court:
Pickleball courts may be reserved in advance for $45/hr (3 courts for $85/hr). Please call 978-649-9393 for availability
Pickleball courts are located at our new facility, 500 Potash Hill Rd, Tyngsboro, MA
Pickleball is a sport for all ages and skill levels. It is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis,
badminton, racquetball and ping-pong. The rules are simple and easy for beginners to learn. While many
players enjoy the social aspects of the game and the ability to stay active in their towns and communities, other
more competitive players really enjoy the quick, fast paced nature of the game. Pickleball is played on a
badminton-sized court with a slightly modified tennis net, a paddle and a plastic ball with holes. Pickleball can
be played either as doubles or singles.
For the official USAPA Pickleball rules download HERE