Help us fund
the new 20 court outdoor pickleball park
Where to Play
There are many locations around Calgary to play indoors. Due to the many new facilities CPC is offering less indoor play. Courts are booked for members at Bowness Community Hall and Bearspaw Lifestyle Center and at the new Pickleball Center in the NE. You must sign up with Court Serve on their site to access CPC court bookings.
The New Pickleball Outdoor Park has received approval and the location is 108 Quarry Park Rd SE. The total cost of site preparation (including services) and 20 courts is $2.7 million.
The proposed timeline is mid-late summer 2025. While government grants and city resources will be capitalized upon, significant donors and/or corporate sponsorship are required. We will be working with the Calgary Parks Foundation, in order to provide tax dedication receipts. If you are able to help in anyway, make introductions or approach current employers who might be interested in this campaign, please contact Sue Stevenson Brown: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Calgary Pickleball Club is a registered society and membership is open to anyone.
The Calgary Pickleball Club (CPC) was formed in 2012 to introduce, promote and develop the sport of Pickleball and within 10 years membership reached 2400 people. Alberta has the highest number of registered pickleball players in the country with 23 clubs. In Canada, it is estimated there are over one million households playing pickleball. The growth curve has led to an effort by Pickleball Canada to become a National Sport Organization and recognized by Sport Canada.
CPC Board Members
Mission & Values
It’s time to renew your Calgary Pickleball Club (CPC) membership for 2024. 2023 memberships expired on December 31st.
What our People say about us
Social interaction, skill development, affordability, and the development of a dedicated pickleball facility.