Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong and is a fun, social and friendly activity. Like tennis, pickleball can be played in games for singles or doubles. Because pickleball uses a smaller court and underhand services, the game is a good fit for mature adults. Though it is easier to play than tennis, players are sure to get a good workout!

The basics of pickleball:

  • The ball must stay inbounds
  • There should be one bounce per side
  • Serving must be done at the baseline
  • The serve can't land in the no-volley zone
  • The game ends at 11, 15, or 21 points

Learn more about pickleball rules or take lessons.

Pickleball Court Locations

Wichita Park and Recreation offers indoor and outdoor pickleball courts all over the city. Some can be reserved for a small fee while others are first-come-first-serve.

Riverside Tennis Center

551 Nims
Phone: 316-337-9257

  • 9 outdoors with court lights for night play
  • 6 indoors

Reserve a Pickleball Court

Take Pickleball Lessons


Outdoor courts with hard / concrete surfaces

  • Edgemoor Park
    5815 E 9th
    12 courts
  • Buffalo Park
    10201 Hardtner
    2 courts
  • Osage Park
    2121 W 31st
    2 courts
  • Seneca Park
    202 S Seneca
    6 courts
  • Sherwood Glen
    1 striped without net (portable net required)

Recreation Centers

Indoor courts with wood and tile surfaces

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  • Boston
    6655 E Zimmerly
    3 courts
  • Edgemoor
    5815 E 9th Street
    3 courts
  • Evergreen
    2700 N Woodland
    2 courts
  • Linwood
    1901 S Kansas
    3 courts
  • McAdams
    1329 E 16th Street
    2 courts
  • Orchard
    4808 W 9th Street
    3 courts