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Pickleball Courts at Chipeta

Pickleball Court Reservations

When booking your court, please note each "tee time" is a one hour court reservation. If you'd like to book multiple hours, please book consecutive times by booking your first and returning to book subsequent times.

Daily Court Fees

Per Hour
Everyday Mondays - Sundays $20
Mid-Day Special Mondays - Fridays 1pm - 4pm $12

Court Passes

Season Pass Full Access - valid January 1-December 31 $200
Monthly Full Access - valid 30 days from date of purchase $25

Open League Play - New Players Welcomed

Sign Up Format Info
Drop-in Play 9a - 11am $7/day Individual Flyer
Spring Wednesday Round Robin League 4pm - 6pm $30/season Random Pair Flyer
Thursday 2-Person League 4pm - 6pm $60/season Couples Flyer
Friday Couples League 4pm - 6pm $60/season Couples Flyer

Pickleball Court Reservations

Reservation pricing is for the time you reserve in one (1) hour blocks. You may play as much or little pickleball during your reservation as you wish. All times will be held with a credit card. Reservations are not charged until you check-in. If you do not cancel within 24 hours of your reservations, you will be charged a $15 cancellation fee for each hour reserved.

Know Before You Go

How to Play Pickleball

Pickleball is a sport in which two or four players use solid paddles to hit a wiffle ball over a net. Pickleball shares the dimensions and layout of a badminton court, and a net and rules similar to tennis, with a few changes.


Players must serve underhand from behind the baseline. The ball must be served cross-court, past the non-volley zone (the kitchen). The first serve is made from the right-hand side of the court, and alternates after each point. A player continues serving until their team commits a fault (hitting it into the net, out of bounds, etc.) After a lost point, the player’s partner has a turn serving before the serve is given to the opposing team. To begin the game, the serving team only gets 1 serve.


Only the serving team can score points. Games are to 11, win by 2. The score is called as a series of 3 numbers. First the scoring teams score, second the receiving teams score, lastly if the server is the first or second server on their team. Eg. 7-3-2

Quirky Rules

When returning the serve, the receiving team must let the ball bounce once (1st bounce) before hitting it back. The serving team must also let this return bounce (2nd bounce) before hitting the ball. After these two bounces, the ball can be volleyed (hit in the air) or off the bounce. A player may not hit the ball while standing inside the non-volley zone (the kitchen) unless the ball first bounces in the non-volley zone.