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Pickleball is now the fastest-growing sport in America!

Pickleball has taken the U.S. by storm, quickly becoming the fastest growing sport in the country. Cities across the nation are adding more and more courts and amenities to accommodate the increasing demand. This exciting sport is great for seniors and easy to learn, making it accessible to people of all ages and skill levels. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or just looking for a fun way to stay active, pickleball is the perfect choice. Join the millions of Americans already enjoying this exciting sport and discover why pickleball is taking the country by storm!

It's also the most requested activity to be added to the Bike and Paddle Club roster of events and activities. The conversation started because of "paddle" in our name, which actually refers to water sports.  Whatever the reason, here we are. Pickleballing


Cities around the country are adding more and more courts and amenities as the sport grows. In our winter digs, Lake Havasu, Prescott/Sedona it's booming!


Espire Sports in Prescott converted the abandoned Sears building. Over 100,000 square feet of fun located at the Prescott Gateway Mall. Open to the public and memberships available!  Constructed included 14 indoor pickleball courts, 5 outdoor pickleball courts, a multi-purpose sports court, bocce ball, cornhole, ping-pong, billiards, fitness center with luxury locker rooms and showers, golf simulators, a 9-hole putting green, pro-shop, cafe and more. 

In Lake Havasu the scene is the same

This past February, the LHCPBA, Lake Havasu City Pickleball Association, held a dedication ceremony for the official opening of the final four courts at Dick Samp Memorial Park, at, 1628 Avalon Ave, Lake Havasu.


There are now 16 courts, with public bathrooms, a drinking fountain, PLUS it's FREE to play. The website provides lots of information about the Association, places/times to play, organized member only events/activities, education/training and resources to contact for additional information. 


Other locations include the Aquatic Center, 

Located at 100 Park Ave, Lake Havasu at the intersection

of route 95 and Mulberry Ave.  It costs $3/per session.

The Ark Center located behind Stonebridge Christian Fellowship Church, 2700 Jamaica Blvd. South, Lake Havasu.  Cost is $3/per session.

The rules of the game
If you are tennis player converting to Pickleball, forget what you know about tennis rules. Download the PDF Pickleball rules here.

Check back frequently. This is a new page and we're adding information as we progress.

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