Where to play pickleball around Boston

🏓 Whether you’re just entering your pickleball era or are a seasoned pro, take a swing at this trending sport at one of these locations across Boston.

Head to Southie for a space monkey-themed pickleball experience. | Photo provided by PKL

Head to Southie for a space monkey-themed pickleball experience.

Photo provided by PKL

Pickleball has become a pretty big dill in our city. To celebrate National Pickleball Day, we’ve rounded up a few places to take a swing at the trending sport.

If you’re a seasoned pro or just want to take a swing at the game, don’t get in a pickle. Save this list of five locations to score big.

PKL, 64 C. St.
This Southie indoor venue features five courts, a lounge area, one restaurant + two bars inside the 22,000-sqft space.
Pricing: Starting at $25 for non-peak hours, $50 in the evenings + $75 weekends

Harpoon Brewery, 306 Northern Ave.
Visit Harpoon to take a swing on one of Hub Sports’ four new pickleball courts inside the Pickleball Social Club. The outdoor space can hold up to 400 people and features seating, yard games, and restrooms.
Pricing: Ranging from $50 to $100

The new pickleball courts and outdoor space at Harpoon Brewery.

The new Pickleball Social Club is located right outside of the Seaport beer hall.

Photo by BOStoday team

The Station at The Fenway, 1400 Boylston St.
This pickleball court opened June for the community use while visiting the repurposed gas station. The court is first come, first served.
Pricing: Free

The Track at New Balance, 91 Guest St., Brighton
The Track hosts open pickleball play Monday-Friday from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Register to secure one of the eight courts.
Pricing: $10 per person

The Park at Assembly Row, 350 Assembly Row, Somerville
This 75,000-sqft multi-sport and event space features 12 new pickleball courts. Regular league runs are organized by Volo.
Pricing: The Volo Pass starts at $35 for unlimited access to the courts.

Bonus: There are plenty of new courts to use at public parks in Boston. Find your nearest pickleball court from this list created by Urban Parks.

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