Welcome to Pickleball in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin

Last updated 7/07/2020:  The pandemic is still going and recently has seen a significant rise in active cases in Sheboygan Co.  If you're going to play, please follow safety recommendations.  Especially important is the maintaining of social distancing.  

Note: Changes in the Playing Schedules.  Additional advanced play times are scheduled at Vollrath Park - See Playing Schedule.
We're back playing - hopefully maintaining "social distancing." 
Beautiful new, pickleball specific courts at Vollrath Park!
A Brief History
Like many northern communities, pickleball was brought to Sheboygan Falls from Arizona by local "snow birds."  Pickleball was actively promoted and soon the Sheboygan Falls Pickleball Club was formed. Interest grew, and Sheboygan County now has over 90 active players with active play in Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan, Oostburg, Elkhart Lake, Plymouth, and Kohler.  Originally we were predominately retirees but now have a wide range of ages playing pickleball.  We welcome anyone over 18 yrs. to join us in playing pickleball.

Places to play

Sheboygan County  has many public pickleball courts (shared with tennis courts) that during the summer are free and open on a first come basis.  In the winter, we play indoors at the Sheboygan YMCA, Sheboygan Falls YMCA, Sheboygan Horace Mann School, Oostburg Elementary School,  and Generations in Plymouth. New sites are occasionally added.

See Location of Courts for maps locating both the public outdoor courts we play at in the summer and the indoor courts we play at in the winter.

Pine Hill Country Club in Sheboygan has private pickleball courts which are for members only, but we have been invited to play there multiple times to help generate interest in pickleball for the members. They are beautiful courts!

Organized Open Pickleball Play

We have organized, open pickleball scheduled most days of the week summer and winter.  See Playing Schedule for times and locations.  We enjoy meeting and playing with visiting pickleball players, so join us if you're in town.  The scheduled open play times almost always have adequate numbers of players. You do not have to be signed up for open play.  You can just show up.