Pickleball players can connect with other players and arrange to meet at the Club on the weekend. The courts are open to both tennis and pickleball during the afternoon.
Playing pickleball outside during the spring, summer and fall months is a wonderful way to stay active and socialize.
Enjoy playing in beautiful and historic McMahon Park, on cushioned courts and access to full amenities in the clubhouse.
Pickleball at McMahon Park - Program Features:
Opening Day - In Person Registration
Pickleball players, are you new to the club? Maybe you were a member last year? Regardless, you are invited to celebrate the official opening of the 2017 pickleball season.
Our opening day celebration will be announced soon. There will be a free bar-b-cue event hosted by the ACTC Board of Directors. Courts #1 & 2 will have tennis and court #3 is dedicated to pickleball.
If you are new to pickleball, we will have instructors on hand to help you learn to play the fastest growing sport in North America. Beware, pickleball is an easy game to play and is addictive.
On opening day we also accept in-person registrations. Board members will be present to answer questions about all our programs for 2017.
Procedures - Nets - Clubhouse - Shoe Tags etc.
The United States of America Pickleball Association has an excellent list health and safety issues for pickleball players. It's a must read for all players starting out or have played pickleball for some time. Proper shoes, warming up, staying safe on the courts, cool down after games and many more tips can be reviewed.
Over 30 members attended our opening day social. We had several new people come out that never played pickleball. The Pickleball Committee hosted a free delicious barbecue that everyone enjoyed.
On Friday August 4th, we enjoyed some beautiful weather for pickleball. For the first time this summer we taped 4 courts for 28 players that came out to enjoy pickleball with old and new friends. With almost 60 pickleball members registered, the Pickleball Program Committee is feeling confident that we are reaching new people unfamiliar with pickleball and also attracting current players who like the pleasant outdoor environment and resources at the Aurora Community Tennis Club.
This turned out to be an outstanding day organized by our Pickleball Committee. We had 36 pickleball players turn out and 9 new members joined our Pickleball Program. We had experienced players on hand to offer instruction. Prizes were given out to 6 participants. A wonderful lunch was hosted by the Pickleball Program Committee. We look forward to many more such events over the summer and in the future. The slide show will give you a small taste of the fun everyone had.
What an outstanding day. The weather threatened but we played on. A great mix of Pickleball and tennis combined with an outstanding barbecue lunch hosted by the Board with support from volunteers. Here are a few slides to show you how the day went. Please note how much fun the junior tennis players had on the Pickleball courts. Thanks to Annette and John who helped the youngsters and older tennis players learn how to play Pickleball.