Pickleball in Rhode Island!

What is Pickleball?

describe the imagePickleball is a fun and exciting (and addictive) racquet sport, which differs from tennis by utilizing a court less than half the size of a tennis court. It is primarily played as a doubles sport which means each person only has to cover about ten feet of court side-to-side. The rules are few & simple and the game utilizes an underhand serve, perforated plastic ball and “no-smash zone,” seven feet in front of the net which allows for an easy-to-learn sport with a slower finesse-style of play.

A pickleball court has the same dimensions as a badminton court (44’x20’) with a net that is two inches lower than a tennis net. The sport is played with wooden or composite paddles that are about twice the size of a ping pong paddle and a perforated plastic ball similar to a whiffle ball.

Drop-in session: September 10th to May 20th

Days and times

Tuesday: 6:30am to 8:45am (MOST POPULAR)

Friday: 9:00am to 10:30am

Saturday: 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Sign-up required by calling 401-333-4480


Saturday afternoon league starting June 3rd to July 29th (16 SPOTS REMAIN)

Monday night league starting June 5th to July 31st (SOLD OUT)

                                          BEGINEER CLINICS: 

           Intro lessons, including a brand new DIADEM paddle included when joining.

                                    Saturday afternoon clinics starting in February, March and April, May

                                          NEXT CLINC STARTS May 6th  

                                                                   Intro Clinic  

                1:30pm & 2:30pm (BOTH SOLD OUT)

        Advanced Beginner 2.0

                      3:30pm  (SOLD OUT)   

       Pickleball Opportunities

Please contact Alexander Scott  to register