As we say goodbye to father winter, we welcome spring with open arms! We are happy to announce that in a month the CPC outdoor play will start.The CPC team has been tirelessly working on the Summer City Outdoor Permits and after many hours of verifying and checking, adding and deleting, we have finally confirmed the days and times.

Please see the schedule on our site.

Summer Fee

The cost for summer play will include five months of play, and will be $35 for early bird paid before April 30. After that the fee will rise to $40 for the summer. If you are a CPC member, you can pay for the fee on SUG. Note: You will need to use the same email address as you used for your CPC membership but two people cannot share one email address for SUG, each person will need their own email address and pay for their fee individually.

For South Glenmore Park we are trying a new rental format for select days. With this format, members can now rent courts to play with other CPC members. In addition, we are allocating Monday for DUPR games and Saturday for lessons (for now). You can see the new schedule below, but for the complete schedule please refer to the CPC website.

Note: The schedule is subject to change based on usage of the courts. Please ensure you are referring to the CPC website for the most up to date schedule.

Calgary Pickleball Center Club Ratings
Going forward, Calgary Pickleball Center Club ratings will be accepted for CPC level play.


If you want to bring a guest to play, for a small fee they can play up to 3 times. After that they will need to pay for a full membership fee to continue playing. All details on fees and waivers can be found on our Website.


CPC Tournament Save the date: June 15 and September 7, 2024 – Oakridge

April 2024 Capital Campaign Update:

The Outdoor Park continues to move ahead with the City and Parks Foundation. The conceptual drawings and detailed budget are completed. The City will conduct a Geoteck study in the upcoming weeks. The team (City officials and Parks representatives and CPC) are in the midst of creating a Charter that guides how we will work together in preplanning, building and construction and operations. Opening of the Park will depend on our success in attaining anchor donors. Currently we are at $300,000 in donations but require another $700,000 in cash or in kind to realistically apply for the 2024 yearly (June 15) CFEP Alberta Government grant of one million. CPC has been approaching service clubs, developers, banking institutions, corporations etc. Please note, speaking directly with potential donors has greater chance of success. We’re looking for any introductions members and former members can make to help open doors.

Members and past members, we need your help! It will take all of our connections, introductions, brainstorming and inquiring to make this project work. Finding those anchor donors who are willing to pledge funding at this time is crucial. The collection of the funds comes later. Donations to the foundation are tax deductible.

Thank you to those folks who have begun to donate. In response to questions regarding the donations to the Parks Foundation. Once a tax receipt is issued, the funds cannot be returned to the individual, however; unused donations would be set aside for club projects.

Our small fundraising committee is looking for volunteers. Anyone willing to donate time and expertise to this project is greatly appreciated. We are looking for media relations, marketing, communications, and resource development. Contact the Campaign Chair here.

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