Pickleball is America’s fastest growing paddle sport. Whether it’s played indoors or outdoors, pickleball offers participants exciting action, strategy opportunities, great exercise and good clean fun. Camillus Park is home to six dedicated pickleball courts. Located on the west side of the parking lot, the courts are available from dawn to dusk for players who have their own portable nets and equipment. Future improvements to the courts include resurfacing with four layers of acrylic paint similar to a tennis court.
Beginning Monday, May 6, 2019, a Friends of Camillus Park representative will be at the Park, weather permitting, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 5:30pm to dusk and Saturday 9:00am to Noon, to setup nets and facilitate community play. New this year, beginning Sunday, June 23, 2019 is Pickleball and Picnic in the Park. On the fourth Sunday of the month we will play pickleball from 3:00pm to 5:00pm, and picnic following play. All are invited to play at any of the scheduled sessions – new players as well as experienced players. Paddles and balls are available for players to borrow, as well as requested instruction or entry level coaching. We ask that all players assist with equipment setup and take down.
PLEASE NOTE: Pickleball play on Wednesdays during May 2019 is not available as the nets are used for the adult education indoor season.
For more information, contact Eric Hovater 315-447-2288 or Mary Flynn 315-491-8702.
Updates will be posted on this website. Interested players may also subscribe to Friends of Camillus Park Pickleball Group email distribution list which will communicate the most-up-to-date playing status when inclement weather threatens.