Longmont Pickleball Club

Longmont Pickleball Club 

Will advocate for more courts with the city of Longmont - more members means more influence

Will provide a means to deliver a unified message about pickleball concerns and activities to the City of Longmont and to the community at large.

Will promote pickleball activities in an atmosphere of safety, friendliness and fair play.

Will provide opportunities to play pickleball for players of all skill levels.

Will promote the growth and development of pickleball in Longmont through periodic clinics and social activities.

Will provide club members with

  • Skills/Drills
  • Open Play
  • Round Robins
  • Ladder Leagues
  • Tournaments
  • Fun, fun, fun

Join us on Facebook

Ask questions, share your pickleball adventures, and chat with fellow LPC members.. 

      Summer is here

The courts may be fuller, so please make sure to share time on the courts. 

Pickleball Its Kind Of A Big Dill Funny Pickleball by Lisa Stronzi


*We have met our fundraising goal!!*

Help the City of Longmont convert 2 tennis courts to 6 permanent pickleball courts at Clark Centennial Park

Work may begin in July


A Big Thank you to the City of Longmont

for lockboxes and PB nets at 3 locations  

  • Ronnie Maynes - Senior Services Manager
  • Jeff Friesner - Recreation & Golf Services Manager
  • Ben Wagner - Recreation Area Supervisor
  • David Bell - Natural Resources Manager
  • Timber Toste - Parks Superintendent

Upcoming Events

Getting started in pickleball

  • Videos to help you get started and understand the game
  • You can buy a paddle in lots of places these days and you should be able to find one for ~ $50 (or less if you shop around).  There are nice tennis shops in Boulder that are now carrying a large selection of pickleball paddles in addition to all their usual tennis stuff.  And while you are buying your paddle, buy a couple of cheap balls (onyx perhaps).

    A pickleball doesn't bounce like a tennis ball and the paddle is shorter than a tennis racket.  It will help immensely to find a tennis backboard (or solid wall) and hit balls against it.  This will help you get used to actually hitting the ball and significantly reduce frustration on the court with actually being able to hit the ball.

  • Sign up for our skills and drills events

  • Rules Summary

Mini Tournament 3.5 and Up March 31, 2023

Gold - Jean and Devin

Silver - Sue and Jan

Bronze - Ron and Kurt

What's been happening

  • Our potluck pickleball social was well attended but was interrupted by rain.  Glad that some cam out on May 25th
  • Dave Weinbach Clinic April 8, 2023
  • Faith Point Paddle Battle 23  March 4, 2023
  • Annual Meeting/Potluck Social with PB Play 1/19/23
  • LPC Shirts delivered
  • Perkins Pie Fundraiser - did not raise too much money but thank you to all who participated.
  • Members tournament was great fun with 19 teams playing on 10/08/22
  • 4 courts taped at Left Hand Creek Park, lockbox with nets available 
  • Potluck Social on 09/22/22 had a small turnout due to weather
  • Awesome kickoff event held on 08/10/22
  • 8 courts taped at Clark Centennial Park
  • Lockbox with 8 nets made available to LPC members
  • Divider created and hung, and another in the box
  • 2 courts taped at Roosevelt Park available to use personal nets
  • Club legally formed

Lost and Found

Red jacket left at Hover on 5/10/23 by Lee.- let us know if you found it.

We will list lost and found items here that members send to us.  Click here


  • Home

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software