Milton has two indoor and four outdoor pickleball locations . The schedule for indoor play can be found on the Town's drop-in schedule and during the warmer months the Association, with the assistance of the Town of Milton, has arranged for pickleball court lines to be added at Rotary Park, Kinsmen Park, Ford Neighbourhood Park and Bronte Meadows Park.
Mattamy National Cycling Centre (Velodrome) (see map below)- 9 indoor courts in a climate controlled environment where players can watch the Canadian National Cycling Team practice. (You know... when they're not playing!)
Milton Leisure Centre (see map below) - 4 indoor courts.
Rotary Park (see map below) - Players share court space with tennis players. The Town has installed lines for 4 courts. Portable nets are required to play at this location. During the warmer months the Association makes nets and balls available.
Bronte Meadows Park - Players share court space with tennis players. There are 2 courts installed using the tennis nets at this location - no portable nets are required. (Note: pull down straps for the tennis nets, to adjust them down to the proper pickleball height, were made available to members in August 2021)
Kinsmen Park (see map below)- 4 sets of pickleball court lines have been installed on shared use, with basketball, asphalt surface courts. Portable nets are required at this location. During the warmer months the Association makes nets available to members.
Ford Neighbourhood Park - 2 sets of pickleball court lines have been installed on shared use courts. Portable nets are required at this location and have been made available to members.
For new or novice players, the Town offers a special drop-in opportunity on Wednesdays from 12:30 to 2:30 at the Leisure Centre where volunteers from the Milton Pickleball Association will be in attendance to give you a hand with the rules, how to play, technique and town play etiquette.
For families looking to give pickleball a try, there is a 2 hour time-slot at the Sports Centre dedicated to Family play on Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 pm.