Play ball! Top 7 Best Pickleball Spots in Austin

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Countless games involve a ball and racquet of some sort. You have tennis, ping pong, badminton… and pickleball! We love a good game of pickleball when the weather gets nice. Though you can play it on the court, we’ve found some of the best pickleball spots in Austin at our various neighborhood parks.

The Rosewood Neighborhood is situated nearby Central Austin’s neighboring communities. Full of history, Rosewood Neighborhood Park began as the first public park for African American communities during the Jim Crow era. Now it’s still vibrant with many communities as a great place to swim, play pickleball, softball, and many other games with your families.

Right off of South Lamar you can find a quaint park known as Little Zilker Park. This miniature version of Zilker Park offers 5 acres of green space nestled in the heart of the Zilker neighborhood. It offers ¼ mile track, disc golf course, and multipurpose fields great for various games. This is one of the best pickleball spots in Austin if you’re in the south end!

Come hang out with the folks at Frontyard Brewing. Home to delicious homemade beers, Frontyard is known for its hospitable attitude. Chill out with one of their homebrews like a coffee milk stout, a Viennese Kolsch pilsner, and a Belgian blonde ale to name a few. Book their courts for pickleball ahead of time to secure your spot and get your game on!

SUN | 12PM-8PM

📍4514 Bob Wire Rd
Spicewood, TX 78669

This hidden gem off of South Lamar, Bouldin Acres is an amazing spot to gather with families or a large group of friends. There is plenty of space inside and outdoors on their lawn pitch patio. Order from their app or at the bar for hassle-free service. You can enjoy tacos from their outdoor food truck and it’s one of the best pickleball spots in Austin, offering several courts to play.

Enjoy tons of interactive activities at this innovative amusement park. Dreamland in Dripping Springs offers 64 acres of wonderful recreation, entertainment, mini-golf, and an arts & sculpture park. You can even catch some live music events at Dreamland’s stage. Book a pickleball court for your epic pickleball matches with all of your friends as well!

SUN | 7AM-10PM

📍2770 US-290
Dripping Springs, TX 78620

A great space for families to gather, Pan Am Neighborhood Park offers plenty of grounds for all of your favorite childhood games. There is also a playground area for everyone to climb on and get their wiggles out. This park is also great for other ball games like softball, baseball, and pickleball!

Right off of Onion Creek in South Austin, Austin Pickle Ranch is going to be one for the books. This highly anticipated property will offer plenty of green space to bask in the sun, an assortment of food trucks, and plenty of pickleball courts. As a premier pickleball club, Austin Pickle Ranch will additionally offer beach volleyball, yoga classes, pilates, AND a full-service bar. Follow along on social to see more developments and information on their grand opening. We anticipate it being one of the best pickleball spots in Austin in the near future!

Temporarily Closed – Coming soon Spring 2023!

📍9110 Bluff Springs Rd
Austin, TX 78744

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Hailey Way

Hailey Way

An alum of University of Washington's Journalism program, Hailey's cultural beats include technology, style, and the arts. Writing eventually transitioned into editing content for SEO best practices in balance with brand storytelling. As a digital marketing strategist, she wears many hats consulting clients in B2B/B2C small business, e-commerce, film, cosmetology, and lifestyle brands. Since 2018 Hailey has been a contributing style editor for Gabriel & Co. New York. She currently resides in Austin, where she enjoys thrifting, exploring local businesses, pop up events, and nature.