In an effort to keep kids and adults active and healthy, Los Angeles County has reopened Tennis and Pickleball Courts. Pickleball is a paddleball sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis.
Among the courts that have reopened which are also free are:
Encino Community Center, 4935 Balboa Blvd.; four pickleball courts behind the community center, across the street from the elementary school
Granada Hills Park, 16730 Chatsworth St.; four courts south of the community center
Tarzana Recreation Center, 5655 VanAlden Ave.; two courts
Woodland Hills Rec Center, 5858 Shoup Ave.; four outdoor courts on Farralone Avenue
El Segundo Park, 401 Sheldon St.; four courts next to the volleyball area
Sinaloa Middle School, 301 Royal Ave in Simi Valley; 12 courts open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays
Worthy Community Park, 1801 Main St. in Huntington Beach; four lighted courts
Physical distancing of 6 feet must be maintained at all times on the Courts, and only singles play will be permitted. Each participant must bring their own bucket of balls with their initials on each ball. Players are only permitted to handle their own tennis and pickleball balls. Players are also required to wear face coverings at all times except during play. A maximum of one-hour play will be allowed on heavy traffic days.
For more guidelines, please click here.