Join in the fun of pickleball! Pickleball is America's fastest growing sport. It's played on a court similar to a badminton court and can be played on an altered tennis or basketball court. It is played with wood or composite paddles that are used to hit a perforated plastic baseball comparable to a wiffleball. The game of pickleball can help you stay active and healthy while providing hours of social entertainment and enjoyment. 

USAPA Pickleball Rules

Open Pickleball at the Eagan Community Center

  • Monday - Friday:  6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (check the Open Gym Calendar for an up to date schedule)
  • Cost: $5 / visit or 10 visit Punch Pass for $45
  • Location: Eagan Community Center   

Outdoor Pickleball Locations

  • Quarry Park: 3340 Coachman Road, 8 permanent courts
  • Rahn Park: 4425 Sandstone Drive, 9 permanent courts
  • Sky Hill: 3590 Blue Cross Road, 4 pop-up courts

Pickleball Lessons

We offer two levels of lessons (beginner/intermediate or intermediate/advanced). You'll learn the rules and how to play with fun lessons and drills from an experienced pickleball instructor. We'll match you up with a partner of like ability to practice the various skills in a low key fun environment. Equipment provided.

See class times and register online.

Pickleball Leagues

Pickleball leagues have moved indoors (November - March) to the Eagan Community Center.  

Afternoons: Wednesdays & Sundays 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

For more information and registration please See league registration online.

Pickleball Tournaments

The ECC will be hosting 2 doubles tournaments this winter. December 18 & February 19. 

Outdoor tournament season has concluded. '23 outdoor tournaments will be posted in February '23

See class times and register online.

Outdoor Pickleball


8 dedicated at Quarry Park (3340 Coachman Road)

9 dedicated at Rahn Park (4425 Sandstone Road)

4 overlay at Sky Hill Park (3590 Blue Cross Road)

The following is a list of rules for the park use:

  • Opens for the season May 1 (will open sooner if weather permits)
  • Court hours 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • If courts are full and players are waiting, please limit play to one game to 11 points, use of Paddlesaddle racquet holder determines who’s up “NEXT” for open court.
  • Food or beverages, other than water, are not permitted on the courts
  • Pets are not permitted on courts
  • Tennis shoes only
  • Wheels of any kind not permitted; this includes but is not limited to rollerblades, skateboards, baby strollers and bicycles.