Pickleball can be played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court using a slightly modified tennis net. It is played as doubles or singles with a paddle and a plastic ball with holes. The sport has many physical and social benefits.
Regarding this, can you play pickleball in your driveway?
Even if you don’t have any courts nearby, that isn’t a problem: you can make your own. While you really need concrete, asphalt, or similar hard surface (can’t play on grass), many people are able to find enough room for a court on their driveway or neighborhood cul-de-sac.
Also to know is, where can I learn to play pickleball?
The best way to learn how to play pickleball is to take lessons from a certified pickleball instructor. Check with your local pickleball club, school or community recreation department for scheduled clinics.
What size is a pickleball court?
A pickleball court is around the same size as a doubles badminton court and measures 44 feet long (inclusive of lines) and 20 feet wide (inclusive of lines). The net height is 36 inches high at the sidelines and 34 inches high in the middle.