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I read about pickleball YEARS ago. I wrote about pickleball YEARS ago. I have told people about pickleball for YEARS. I have NEVER played pickleball! BUT I have a sweet friend and fellow KW real estate agent who plays pickleball all the time with her husband! And soon, they are going to teach ME to play pickleball. I am so ready to play pickleball Roseville CA – style! But first I needed to answer some questions for myself.

Pickleball Questions

Pickleball questions for Kaye Swain Roseville Real Estate Agent

My first question – when writing about pickleball do I capitalize it all the time or only at the beginning of a sentence. More importantly, is it one word or two?ย  For that matter, what are the rules for pickle ball???? Happily I found the answers to all three of these questions at the same place – USA Pickle Ball – home of the USA Pickleball Association which is the national governing body for the sport of pickleball in the US and provides players with official rules, tournaments, rankings and promotional materials. They provided a full set of rules as well as informing me that it is one word and only capitalized at the beginning of a sentence (or in a proper name like “USA Pickleball Association ๐Ÿ˜ƒ).

From them I also got a fun new “corny joke” for my grandkids along with an interesting news video – “PickleBall is Becoming a Really Big Dill!” And notice that pickleball is referred to as the “fastest growing sport in America!” ๐Ÿ˜

Happily, I can postpone the whole equipment question since I will be borrowing my friends’ equipment for this first game. After that, I am counting on Amazon to help me pick.

Where Play Pickleball Roseville CA?

Guess what!ย  It turns out we now have SEVERAL Pickleball locations in Roseville CA! We have Roseville Pickleball courts in some of our 80+ parks. We have courts for pickleball in retirement communities in Roseville CA – some of them, anyway. And do you prefer indoor pickleball courts? Roseville has some of those too! Pickleball is a game that has caught the fancy of many and Roseville is ready!

After all – Roseville has won awards for being one of the best places to exercise, one of the best places to retire to, one of the best places to raise a family in…. Makes sense that they would be proud to include some great pickleball locations in Roseville CA for us to play on! In fact, it’s become popular all over our greater Sacramento Valley Area!

Pickleball Locations in Roseville CA

So where CAN we play pickleball in Roseville CA (Please note, some of these parks are linked to their page at the Roseville website with the park addresses and more info on other amenities available BUT most do NOT have pickleball checked in the amenities section. The courts were updated after the posts and I’m sure it’s on their to do lists but if there lists are as long as mine, it might be a while before they get fully updated. ๐Ÿ˜Š)

Many thanks toย  Dora at the City of Roseville for this info:ย  ย ๐Ÿ˜€

Wallace Park at Cresthaven – 2 pickleball courts – 401 Community Drive Located off of Darthmouth Ave and Community Dr –ย  Wallace Park page

Woodbridge Park now has 2 pickleball courts that are shared with tennis courts – 415 Sierra Blvd., Roseville CAย  – Woodbridge Park pageย 

Woodbridge Park has combined courts for tennis - pickleball for Roseville pickleball places play

Pauline and Richard Roccucci Park – 2 new pickleball courts – Symphony Avenue and Chorus Avenue in West Roseville – near Pleasant Grove and Westbrook.

Harry Crabb Park – 2 new pickleball courts – Secret Ravine Pkwy and Scarborough Dr in East Roseville. Crabb Park Page. They must have added them after my visit a few years ago with some of my older grandkids. ๐Ÿ˜



Pistachio Regional Park in Westpark area – Phase 1 has been completed with more to come, including, according to KCRA, pickleball courts.

Pickleball In Retirement Communities in Roseville CA

Sun City Roseville CA REALTOR Kaye Swain loves sharing its many interesting activities including pickleballSun City Roseville has 2 pickleball courts for residents to use.ย  I loved this quote by Bob Verzello in theย  Roseville Senior Newsย  – “Just for laughs: A day without pickleball wonโ€™t kill you, but why take the risk?” January 2021 – on page 20.ย  ๐Ÿ˜

Del Webb Sun City Roseville CA has homes for sale along with great activities including pickleball courts for residents

Lennar’s Heritage Solaire Community Association includes pickleball courts in addition to tennis courts, pool, and more for their residents as well – 6140 Element Lane Roseville.

Lennar pickleball and tennis info and walkway

Pickleball in Sports Clubs, etc.

In addition to tennis courts, racquetball courts and squash courts, Johnson Ranch (membership club) offers 4 pickleball courts.

Lifetime Gym– located at the corner of East Roseville Parkway and Secret Ravine Parkway. Includes pickleball as well as indoor and outdoor pools and more.

VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa – located at 291 Conference Center Dr, Roseville, CA 95678 They do have pickleball games – I’m not sure if it’s just sometimes or all the time but you can call and ask them at 916-831-7070. And, of course, it could change. ๐Ÿ˜

Roseville Pickleball Locations Indoors

Mahany Park has an indoor pickleball court which is currently closed due to covid. They aren’t sure when it will be re-opening. If you’d like more info, call 1-916-774-5990 (currently you would want to press 3 for the Sports Center).

And very close to Roseville, in Rocklin – Courtside Sports Center – includes indoor pickleball – 1104 Tinker Road, Rocklin, CA 95765ย  916-253-5999

Pickleball in Parks in the Surrounding Area

Placer County

Johnson Springfield Park, 5480 5th St., Rocklin 95677 offers pickleball – Hours: Sunrise to Sunset. Johnson-Springview Park is equipped with lighted tennis courts, pickleball, a sand volleyball court, and a full basketball court. Places2Play (by USAPickleball) has more info – click here.

McBean Park, 427 A Street, Lincoln

Auburn has some pickleball options as well – click here for details.

Sacramento County

According to

  • Rusch Community Park 7801 Auburn Blvd., Citrus Heights, CA has a pickle ball court.
  • Crosswoods Community Park 6742 Auburn Blvd., Citrus Heights
  • Pokelma Park 8126 Quiet Knolls Dr, Antelope
  • Pecan Park, 5945 Pecan Ave, Orangevale
  • Gibbons Park, 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael
  • Plus several in the city of Sacramento CA – click here for details

Pickleball in Retirement Communities in Lincoln CA

(You may be asking – what other retirement communities are in Lincoln besides Sun City Lincoln Hills? That’s for a future article and based on some exciting news I just learned today. But if that is something that interests you and you would like in on the scoop early – give me a buzz or email me at ๐Ÿ˜)

Sun City Lincoln Hills definitely has pickleball courts – six of them! To quote their website, “The Sports Pavilion is home to the signature Del Webb regulation softball field replete with a lighted scoreboard, bleachers, and announcer’s box. The field is home to some 275 players, with 14 regular summer league teams, ten winter league teams, and six traveling teams. The Sports Pavilion also features 11 well-lit tennis courts, six pickleball courts, 12 bocce ball courts, four horseshoe pits, and an area for volleyball.And wow! Click here to see what the Pickleball Club looked like last year – and from this article, it is definitely very active as is the Roseville Pickleball groups.

Pickleball in Retirement Community in Rocklin CA

Springfield at Whitney Oaks is a 55+ active seniors retirement community in Rocklin CA and they, too, offer pickleball, among other great options.

Bottom Line for Pickleball in Roseville CA Area

We do have lots of interesting and varied choices. And this is one of those times where it may not be bad to have to wait for a pickleball court to open up, as you might find some new Pickleball players to join up with.ย  So I guess it’s time for me to find the basic pickleball rules play guide (I think I’ll also check out some youtube pickleball rules videos) and actually learn this game. Then it’s off to play with Tamarraw and see how well I do at it.

Then I can’t wait to teach my grandkids! Because this is a great game for all ages! AND a great way to explore some more of our delightful Roseville California Joys! ๐Ÿ™‚

P.S. Our county and our state are starting to open up but some of the above places may still be unavailable due to covid quarantine restrictions so be sure to call in advance if that’s an option – especially for the indoor courts and the retirement communities.


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    • Karrie Hendrickson
    • 10/22/2021

    I started playing Pickleball in June and now I’m going crazy with the weather, not being able to playing. Where can we play indoors during the winter, that doesn’t break the bank?

  1. Hi Karrie – that’s a great question. Courtside used to but I don’t know if they still do – their phone number is 1-916-253-5999. Also – here is a link for the larger area around us and it mentions some indoor options – with phone numbers so you can confirm. I suspect covid has made that more challenging. Let us know if you discover any great options. We’d love to hear ๐Ÿ™‚ — Kaye

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