Riverview Community Centre


Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. It is typically played on a rectangular court with a net lowered to 34 inches at the center. The game involves two or four players, who use solid paddles to hit a perforated plastic ball, similar to a wiffle ball, over the net. Pickleball can be played indoors or outdoors and is known for its fast-paced and engaging nature. The rules are simple, making it accessible to players of all ages and skill levels. The game has gained popularity worldwide for its social and competitive aspects.

Riverview staff (daytime) or key volunteers (evening) will set-up nets as well as provide balls and paddles for use during scheduled sessions.

Daytime Sessions

Held at the club:

  • Monday: 10am – 2pm
  • Wednesday: 10am – 2pm

Evening Sessions

Held at Ecole Riverview School

  • Monday: 6-10pm
  • Wednesday: 8-10pm

Held at Lord Roberts School

  • Tuesday: 7-9pm

Riverview Pickleball Rules and Play Format 

  1. The cost per session is $5 drop in. 10 pack pass cards are available for $40. You must find and pay a staff member before you play. A pass card will be needed to participate in evening sessions as payment cannot be accepted at the school.
  2. Please register using the Register button on this page for these sessions. It helps inform organizers how many nets to set up as well as for participants to coordinate games
  3. Sessions are currently limited to a maximum of 4 (daytime) or 8 (evening) participants.
  4. Skill level is Novice-Intermediate. Please be respectful. Allow everyone an opportunity to play and grow the game in our community.


Beginner and intermediate clinics will be offered periodically throughout the season. Below is an overview of what will be covered:

Beginner Clinics:

Basic rules of the game, safety and etiquette, court positioning, shot types/terminology, practice, round robin play, questions and feedback.

Intermediate Clinic:

Play strategy, court awareness, shot selection, practice drills/games, questions and feedback. Note players registering for the intermediate clinics should already have a good understanding of the game and be looking to take their play to the next level.

Clinic or advanced play inquiries can be sent to pstelsov@gmail.com and will be scheduled based on interest.

We also have a dedicated pickleball convener email setup, if you have questions, comments, or suggestions, please send an email to pickleball@riverviewcc.ca

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