- If you can’t find a place of play please check out our page: “Places to Play”.
If you are establishing a new place to play, please let us know and we’ll enter it into our database…… just fill in this form: Form for entering places to play[pdf] and send it back by clicking on the Submit by e-mail button!
- If you need equipment, here is our page called “Where can I get equipment?”
- If you need a set of rules, notices to post, instructions we have those too:
BC Pickleball Association Rules in PDF format
List – starting pickleball programs in Canada in PDF Format
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In the past six months we have given you, our non-paid members a history of the sport in Canada, a guideline for choosing tournaments that is friendly and welcoming to all BCers, two articles in Provincial, national and international Magazines (Senior Living Magazine “Passionate About Pickleball” – see posts and Impowerage Magazine – “A Complete Guide to Pickleball”).
Also, we have had our first radio interview by CKNW aired during the superbowl, the largest audience show in North America. TV is now being looked at. Finally, we now have 134 programs in BC alone with over 1000 courts for you to play at.
We have maintained our teaching program with volunteers from our adjacent Rec center players. We will be instituting “Paypal” to make it easier for you to join us.
I believe we have earned the right to ask you to join the effort Provincially to enshrine this sport for the future of the Province by taking a 1-3-5 year membership and join our effort to expand this wonderful family sport.
GO—BC—GO. Go to our Membership Page to register online and pay by by PayPal or to print out a Registration Form and send in your registration form and cheque by regular mail.
Yours in Sport and Health, The Board, BC Pickleball Association
We continue to invite everyone to play in the programs that would like more new players and to register with our association.
These programs are : (click links to open new window)
- Pinetree Rec Center — Coquitlam
- Hyde Creek Rec Center — Port Coquitlam
- Fraser Heights Rec Center – Surrey
- Chuck Bailey Rec Center – Whalley
- Newton Wave pool – Surrey
- HT Thrift elementary – Surrey
- Sunset Rec Center on Main Street — Vancouver
- West Richmond Rec Center – Richmond
- Tsawwassen Rec Center – Delta
- Pearkes Rec Center – Victoria
- Comox Rec Center — Comox
We now have 134 programs in the province of BC.