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

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               09/22/23 Mini Tournament 3.5+

Gold - Dennis & Jan  Silver - Dave & Dan Bronze - Julie & Bill

 Stapp Interstate Toyota LogoStapp Interstate Toyota made a nice donation to the City of Longmont to  help build our new pickleball courts.  Thank you so much!! 


*We have met our fundraising goal!!*

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

Work is in progress on Clark but will continue until probably 9/06 midday.  Collyer shared tennis/PB courts have been resurfaced and will continue shared tennis and PB, opened 8/24/23.

9/07/23 - open play on new courts - signup required 

9/16/23 - celebrate our new courts - social - no signup but members only


Celebration on 09/16/23

A Big Thank you to the City of Longmont

for our new Clark  Centennial Park courts

  • David Bell - Natural Resources Manager
  • Timber Toste - Parks Superintendent
  • Elisa Champ - Parks & Trails Project Manager
  • Jeff Friesner - Recreation & Golf Services Manager
  • Ben Wagner - Recreation Area Supervisor
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                                LPC Backboards

are up at Hover Park and Clark Centennial Park.  Bob obtained the wood donation from Alpine Lumber.  Tim Cable did most of the work, sanding, painting, providing a work place and storage.  Jean and Brett helped with the painting.  Sue Palmer did the artwork.  The City installed them.

Upcoming Events

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What's been happening

  • Backboards hung at Hover and Clark
  • Celebration/Social held at new courts at Clark Centennial Park - 75-80 members attended.  A great time was had by all.
  • Conversion of Clark Centennial tennis courts to 6 dedicated PB courts completed 09/06/23
  • Resurfacing of shared courts at Collyer completed 08/23/23 
  • Summer 2023 Tournment on June 10-11 with 57 teams
  • Our potluck pickleball social was well attended but was interrupted by rain.  Glad that some came 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

Joula paddle left at Clark on 09/10/23.

Red and black paddle left at Hover 8/1-4.  Brian needs to be able to play.

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


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