About Prescott Valley Pickleball
Why people love playing pickleball
Member Clubs of Prescott Valley Pickleball Association
The member clubs of the Prescott Valley Pickleball Association, and the Prescott Valley community facility, are:
- Orchard Ranch
- Prescott Golf Club
- Pronghorn Ranch
- Prescott Valley – Antelope Park
Their locations are indicated on the map opposite.
Mostly they are private clubs, generally HOAs, operated for the benefit of the residents. Rules determining eligibility vary according to each. Usually though, guests and invitees are happily accomodated. To get more detail on a particular club, for contact person(s) and playing times, etc., you can select a club near you.
Antelope Park is a public facility. Currently it is a co-operative project between the Town of Prescott Valley and Prescott Valley Pickleball Association. PVPA is raising funds to build the public courts, which Prescott Valley will adopt and maintain. To read about this project and to donate towards the fund, follow this link.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you are at all interested. Pickleball is exercise, fun and competition, all rolled into one. Like the rest of us, you’ll soon be hooked. “Zero – Zero – Two”!
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5643 Granville Pkwy, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314.
The address is for one of the Granville Community Centers. The courts are adjacent. We have 2 outdoor pickleball courts on one of our tennis courts. We also put tape back on the north side of the other tennis court so we have been having three courts in the mornings since there are rarely tennis players on weekday mornings.
We will be getting four permanent courts at our new community center, located at intersection of Tuscany Way and Buxton Trail. We will update this section when we move to this location (some time in July or August).
Granville is an HOA with private courts available for Granville residents and non-residents (non-residents must sign waiver).
When we play
Monday – 7am
Wednesday – 7am
Thursday – 7pm (until lights turn off about 9pm)
Friday – 7am
First & third Saturdays of each month – 7am – instructional sessions aimed at beginners. All equipment supplied.
About Orchard Ranch Resort
Orchard Ranch Senior Resort is an active community with all of the amenities that are expected in a resort. Although it consists of RV spaces and homes there are many year round residents here. Pickleball is the most active sport and the two courts are quite busy. We have a formal Pickleball Club which manages the court time and events.
11250 E. State Hwy 69, Dewey, AZ 86327
The Resort is located at the intersection of Fain Road and Hwy 69.
When we play
Nearly every day at 7 AM in summer; 8-10 AM in winter depending on the temperature.
Guests are welcome if invited by a resident. The cost to play is $1/day. Calling a contact person can usually result in an invitation.
About Prescott Golf and Country Club
1030 Prescott Country Club Blvd., Dewey, AZ 86327.
There is 1 outdoor pickleball court with permanent net.
The courts are for private use of club members. The membership fee is $25 per month for a single & $50 per month for a family.
About Pronghorn Ranch
Or The Pronghorn Ranch Pickleball Club, to use our full and fancy title.
We have 38 members (at last count), consisting mostly of Pronghorn Ranch residents plus a few players from nearby local communities. Our club makes use of the multi-functional court adjacent to the Pronghorn Ranch Clubhouse, sharing a tennis and basketball court. There are four marked Pickleball courts. Invariably we play the “doubles” game.
Pickleball is a rapidly growing participation sport amongst all age groups. And those who play know why. Play for competitive, exercise and social reasons. Pickleball provides them all. If you already play and are familiar with the game, please feel free to come and join the fun. (Court times are given below). If you are a beginner and would like to give Pickleball a try, and we can’t think why you shouldn’t, then hurry on down to the court at the times shown. We charge no additional fees above those of the HOA. Nor will there be any initial cost for gear. We have a few club paddles that you can use to give the game a trial run, and we will show you the rules to get you playing (we all had to start as novices at one time). To give yourself some firm footing, you will need a pair of court shoes, and later on most folks acquire their own paddle. That’s about it.
7051 N. Antelope Meadows Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ 86315.
The address is of the Pronghorn Ranch Club House. The courts are adjacent. There are 4 outdoor pickleball courts. Portable nets, balls and paddles are available.
The courts are for the use of Pronghorn Ranch residents and their guests.
When we play
Monday – 6pm-8pm – Drills/play
Tuesday – 7am-8:30am – General club play
Wednesday – 4pm-5pm – Skills & Drills
6pm-9pm – Play
Thursday – 7am-8:30am – General club play
Saturday – 7am-8:30am – General club play (provisional)
Recreational pickleball is played Monday through Saturday in the beautiful community of StoneRidge in Prescott Valley, Arizona. Players have reserved play on a multifunctional court from 7:30am – noon each day and we also play some afternoons during warmer weather.
Certified USAPA pickleball ambassadors provide frequent skill and beginner clinics which are well attended. Players also provide on site coaching and beginning play opportunities. All residents are invited and play is reserved for StoneRidge residents and their guests. If you would like more information or an opportunity to play, please contact Chris Dooly at (707) 330-4368 or email@example.com.
1300 StoneRidge Drive, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314.
The courts are for the use of StoneRidge residents and guests.
When we play
Monday-Saturday – 7:30am-noon
About Antelope Park
Earlier this year, the town of Prescott Valley and Prescott Valley Pickleball Association (PVPA) entered into an agreement whereby PVPA would raise the funds to build six public pickleball courts at Antelope Park, the land for which Prescott Valley would donate. When constructed, the courts will be adopted, and maintained into the future, by the town.
There is no doubt that everyone in the community will benefit from this project.
PVPA is now embarking on a fund raising drive to achieve this objective. More details will be shared as they become available More Info.