Welcome to our website, where you can find out all about our club and about pickleball, the sport we all love.

The Nanaimo Pickleball Club boasts over 180 active members with many of those volunteering in a variety of ways to support the many programs we offer.  Our goal is to promote the sport of pickleball in Nanaimo as a fun, healthy recreational activity for players in our area.

To accomplish this, we offer lots of choices for members including: indoor club play time at Oliver Woods Community Centre, beginner lessons in partnership with Parks & Recreation, development programs at Island Connect School, 2 tournaments each year, liaison work with the City of Nanaimo to bring new dedicated pickleball courts into our community, social events, and much more.

We’re always listening to our members to learn what is working, what could be improved and what still needs to be added to our programs, so please don’t hesitate to comment on our website or speak to any of our Executive Committee members when you see them.

Thanks for choosing the Nanaimo Pickleball Club – we’re proud to serve area pickleball players and help our sport grow.

Have fun, play hard; hope to see you on the courts!

Dave Eaton
President

For a list of Club indoor play times and how to sign up for them click here.

News

Mexican Madness Sep 2, 2017

We would like to thank everyone who participated and volunteered  in this year’s Madness  – we would like to especially thank Senor Ron Pitcher and Senoras Dee Pitcher and Nancy Stern for all their organizing efforts.

Breaking News!

City of Nanaimo, club serving up pickleball at Beaufort Park Pickleball players will now be serving at Beaufort Park thanks to work by Nanaimo Pickleball Club and City of Nanaimo Parks and Recreation. The club and city hosted a grand opening event Saturday, which saw six courts officially unveiled to players. It was the culmination of […]

Beaufort Park Pickleball Courts are now open!

Check out the 6 new outdoor pickleball courts at Beaufort Park. Thanks to City of Nanaimo Parks and Rec and the efforts of our Club President, Dave Eaton, for making this happen. To find where the courts are go to the ‘Places to Play’ tab.