FAQ

Responses to Queries

Not at this time. We want our facility to be available to as many people as possible.
No. There is no fee to enter TPC. Each activity is “pay by the hour.” You are welcome to come eat, drink, watch a game, hang out, etc. without paying any fees.
We have 5 indoor and 6 outdoor pickleball courts; 2 “skinny singles”; pickleball courts; 1 “dinkum” pickleball court; 5 bocce courts; 6 cornhole courts; and 6 ping pong tables. We also have a 9 hole disc golf putting course and a video game arcade.
1. Go to the Homepage and click PICKLEBALL . From there you’ll be taken to the Court Reserve reservation calendar. You must have an account with Court Reserve in order to reserve a court or sign up for Open Play. You can register for an account on the Court Reserve reservation calendar page.
Pickleball courts and open play reservations are possible up to 7 days in advance (to the hour). All other activities are first come, first serve during all hours of operations, 7 days a week. Leagues and private events are booked by special arrangement.
  1. Max reservation is one hour per group. 
  2. 2 people from one group may not book 2 consecutive hours. 
  3. Groups of 8 or more people may book 2 courts side by side for 1 hour on different accounts
  4. Players may come up to the desk after their first hour of play to see if there is availability for additional court time. We cannot guarantee 2 consecutive hours of play. 
You may cancel a court up to 12 hours before your scheduled court time for a full refund. No refunds are offered for cancellations within 12 hours of the scheduled court time.
For Open Play, sign up and pay in advance for one of the open player slots and then just show up and be paired with other players of similar ability. If you aren’t sure what level is appropriate for you, check out the question below about pickleball player ratings.
This can be a little tricky. On a very general level, a beginner player is roughly 2.5 and below. An intermediate player is 3.0-3.5. An advanced player is 4.0. Anything over 4.0 is a very advanced player. For a more detailed chart of the pickleball rating system, click here.
For everything except for weekday pickleball from 8AM-5PM and disc golf, courts and games can be rented in 30 minute increments (30 minute minimum pro-rated). Disc golf is a flat fee, unlimited day pass.
Yes. Please see our “book an event” page for more details.
Yes. If the courts are dry, the courts will be available to book.
No worries, we rent quality pickleball paddles for a small fee.
We have everything you need for disc golf, cornhole, ping pong, and bocce ball free of charge. Of course you are also free to bring your own paddle, cornhole bags, etc. 
Yes. Minors are allowed every day until 10 PM.
Yes! We now offer pizzas & salads for carry out. We’ve also partnered with Door Dash and Uber Eats for delivery.
Yes! We sell paddles, discs, and all sorts of merchandise at our pro shop, Semi-Pro.
Yes. For a small fee, you can demo up to three paddles at a time while at TPC. If you end up purchasing a paddle from us, the rental fee will be credited toward the purchase price of the new paddle.
No. We are not selling merchandise online at this time.
Absolutely. Give us a call or shoot us an email and we’ll make it happen.
Yes we have both on and off street parking at TPC.
We ask only that you wear some kind of sneakers when playing. High heels, boots, or other shoes that could damage the courts are not permitted.
We love dogs, but unfortunately, unless it’s a service dog, our canine friends are not permitted at TPC.

Monday Night Open Play

$12/person. Max 40 players.

Registration required. No walk-ins. 

Courts divided by skill level from beginner/low intermediate to advanced. Out of respect for other players, please only play on a court at your skill level.

Inclement Weather Update!

February 27, 2024

Open!

We are going to resume gaming activities today at 2PM! There will be no food or beverage service for the time being.

We also want to emphasize the importance of exercising extreme caution when visiting our facility tomorrow, as snowy and icy conditions persist. Please prioritize your safety and keep an eye on our updates for any new information.

Stay safe!