Pickleball Courts coming to Veterans Park in James City County

The construction of 8 new pickleball courts is underway at Veterans Park, aka Kidsburg. The tennis courts closed Nov. 5 and will be replaced by new pickleball courts. Work to demolish the existing tennis and pickleball courts, which are in poor condition due to age, is expected to take 8 to 10 weeks. Work at the site will also eliminate many of the existing slope problems. Kidsburg and other Veterans Park amenities will remain open during the construction period. Please follow instructions from the work crews and do not allow children to play on or near construction equipment.

Public Pickleball Courts in the area:

Quarterpath Recreation Center (Map/Contact)Monday, Wednesday and Friday  (8:00 am – 1:00 pm)Tuesday and Thursday  (1:00 pm – 4:30 pm)
JCC Recreation Center (Map/Contact)2-4 courts available on limited basis. Schedule varies.
Jamestown High School (Map/Contact)Weekdays (After School) / Weekends6 dual-use (pickleball/tennis) courts.No H20 or Restrooms

You can also find pickleball courts in many residential communities in the area including Kingsmill, Fords Colony, Governors Land, Settlers’ Mill, Colonial Heritage as well as the Windsor Meade, Williamsburg Landing, Patriots Colony retirement communities.

To learn more about the game of pickleball and where it is played in Williamsburg and James City County be sure to check out Pickleburg.com, our local go-to resource for all things pickleball.

Tennis will no longer be available at Veterans Park; however, tennis players are encouraged to use the 7 lighted tennis courts at the City of Williamsburg’s Kiwanis Park. In addition, Jamestown High School, Warhill High School and Lafayette High School combined feature six tennis courts.

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