Pickleball Court Cleveland TN

Find the best pickleball courts near you in Cleveland, TN. Whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor courts, we can help you find the perfect place to play pickleball in Cleveland, TN.

Fitness Factory The

1800 Harrison Pike
Cleveland, TN 37311

Ronnie’S Gym

(423) 339-1148
234 3Rd St Sw
Cleveland, TN 37311

Wellness Steps Of Bradley County

(423) 472-2627
264 N Ocoee St
Cleveland, TN 37311

Cleveland Country Golf Shop

423- 336-3566
Po Box 2548
Cleveland, TN 37320

Jazzercise Cleveland Family Ymca

220 Urbane Rd.
Cleveland, TN 37312

Total Fitness Martial Arts Academy

(423) 479-8840
2258 Spring Place Rd Se
Cleveland, TN 37323

Spectrum Health & Fitness

(423) 478-2664
440 Stuart Rd Ne
Cleveland, TN 37312

Challenge Golf Assn

423- 479-7177
2811 Henderson Ave Nw # B
Cleveland, TN 37312

Cleveland Country Club Inc

423- 336-3661
345 Kyle Ln Nw
Cleveland, TN 37312

Jillian Hayes Fitness

2173 N. Ocoee
Cleveland, TN 37311


440 Stuart Rd Ne Ste 2
Cleveland, TN 37312

Curves Cleveland Tn

220 1St St. Nw
Cleveland, TN 37311

Jillian Hayes


Cleveland, TN 37312

Shapes N Sizes

(423) 479-9611
845 Keith St Nw
Cleveland, TN 37311

Curves For Women

423- 559-8003
201 Keith St Sw # 14-33
Cleveland, TN 37311

Fitness Factory

(423) 479-7788
281 Horton Rd Se
Cleveland, TN 37323

Lifft Fitness Physicalrapy

(423) 339-1473
2657 Apd 40
Cleveland, TN 37323

Rush Fitness

(423) 303-2550
201 Keith St Sw
Cleveland, TN 37311

Curves Of Cleveland

2524 Keith St Nw
Cleveland, TN 37312

Pickleball Court FAQ in Cleveland, TN

Which state is pickleball most popular?

States Where Pickleball is Most Popular The state with the most Google search traffic surrounding pickleball is – *DRUMROLL* – Utah!

Is there a dress code for pickleball?

Is There a Dress Code for Pickleball? No! Pickleball is all about choice on the court, it’s one of the things people love about it. One tip about pickleball apparel to keep in mind is that there tends to be a lot of color on the court, so there’s no reason to go for the conservative look.

Can you land in the kitchen after hitting the ball in pickleball?

In pickleball, when can you be in the kitchen? Pickleball players are allowed inside the kitchen (non-volley zone) only after the ball has bounced. It is common practice for experienced players to casually step into the kitchen to return a short dink. If you step into the kitchen, be sure to exit as soon as you can.

Do you have to rotate in pickleball?

Players hang their paddles on the fence, waiting for the next available court. Single players will be on the fence also, and must be rotated in. If you do not want to rotate in with others, you can always take your paddle out of the queue and place it behind with those you want to play with.

Will a pickleball bounce on grass?

Essentially yes, there is no stopping you from playing non-serious pickleball on a grassy surface. However, you would find competitive, professional pickleball competitions played on it for the simple reason it leads to variability of bounce.

Can you make a pickleball court in your backyard?

Pickleball Points: Yes, you can have a court in your own backyard — for a price.

What does dink mean in pickleball?

A soft shot hit on a bounce from the NVZ intended to arc over the net and land within the opposing NVZ either straight across or diagonally crosscourt. An effective dink arcs downward as it crosses the net, creating a more difficult shot to return than a power shot.

Do you wear tennis clothes for pickleball?

Players wear just about anything comfortable and appropriate for the climate: athletic shorts, sweatpants, wicking apparel, t-shirts, etc. Tennis-style dresses and skirts for females are common.

What is the best surface to play pickleball on?

Asphalt or Concrete both provide an acceptable base for pickleball courts. Make sure to review surfacing requirements before having the base installed, as there are recommended specifications for slope, drainage, and surface finish, and overall construction.

What is a dill in pickleball?

Dill Ball – A ball in play; a standard shot that has bounced once on the opponent’s side. Dink – A shot struck softly so it drops into the opponent’s non-volley zone and is often difficult to return.