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Welcome To Pickleburg
Pickleburg.com provides relevant pickleball news and information for our local and visiting player communities. We advocate on behalf of ideas and activities that contribute to the growth of the game locally and its positive impact on wellness, fitness, and community. (Illustration: Danielle Chenette)
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Williamsburg and James City County Public Places To Play
Venues listed below encourage a policy of open play/drop-in play. All players should actively look for opportunities to share the courts. Courts may be reserved (fee) but must be confirmed in advance with the respective venue.
Always a good idea to double check indoor venues as their hours may change without notice.     
Veterans Park (Outdoor/Lights/Free) Daily 7am-10pm, Map/Contact
Quarterpath Rec Center (Indoor/Fee) Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am–12:30pm/Tuesday, Thursday 10am-12:30pm, Map/Contact
WISC (Indoor/Fee) Weekdays 6:00am-3:00pm, Weekends 8:00am-4:00pm, Map/Contact
JCC Rec Center (Indoor/Fee) Tuesday 8:30-11:00am, Map/Contact
Jamestown HS (Outdoor/Dual-Use, Free) Daily when school not in session.  Map/Contact

Upcoming Local Events
October 7th: GLOW Pickleball Mania (VP) Details
October 10: Monster Smash Frenzy (3.0-4.0) (QP) Details
October 17: Monster Smash Frenzy (1.0-2.5) (QP) Details
October 21: 1st Advantage Foundation Tournament (QP) Details
....more Frenzy events coming in November/December

Our Local Early Adopters
Our earliest adopters have had front row seats to the transition from tape and temporary nets, to world-class public venues and dedicated courts in every major residential community. Click here for list of a few of our area's earliest adopters, the people who decided to take a chance on a "game with the silly name most people had never heard of."

Private Lessons & Coaching
TIP: Be disruptive. If your opponent doesn’t change their game they are vulnerable. The same applies to your game. Never let your opponent get comfortable. Hit the "right" shot most of the time, but throw in a "wrong" shot often enough to keep them guessing. You can be consistent without being predictable.