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Pickleball at Flatirons

The spirit-lifting, calorie-blasting, rabid-fan-creating, seriously social sport that is easy to learn and oh-so-fun to play.

Good For
A workout that doesn’t feel like a workout.
If You Love
A little friendly competition.
Get Ready To
Join the largest pickleball provider in the nation with 600+ courts.
What to Bring
Pickleball paddle if you have one, if not, we have everything you’ll need.

New Member Exclusive

Complimentary Intro to Pickleball

A fun, no-pressure class to help you feel comfortable on the court and learn rules and scoring. Your instructor will help you get started in other pickleball programs.


Pickleball player posing with their paddle in a white tennis dress

Where the supersized cousin of a ping-pong paddle and a wiffle ball meet on a badminton-size court. From your first pickleball lesson to leagues, drills, clinics, and tournaments, there’s so many ways to play, whatever your schedule or skill level.

Three pickleball players working on their technique on a Life Time court

New? No problem. "Intro to Pickleball" is two complimentary classes that help you understand the rules, scoring, skills and strategy. You'll be playing in no time.

Available to all members
Two pickleball players laughing after a match

Keep improving with private, semi-private and group lessons with a Pro.

Available to all members
fees apply
Aerial view of a doubles pickleball match on a Life Time court

It's easy to book on the app, and court time is complimentary with a Signature Membership.

Signature Membership Required
Action shot of a doubles pickleball match with one team at the kitchen

There’s lots of time throughout the week to join games, rotate in and out, and challenge yourself with new partners. Times vary by level, some designated for ARORA, our membership program for seniors.

Available to all members
Two pickleball players chatting before a match

Another fun way to play, just show up, sign in and we'll pair you up with other similarly skilled players. All games are facilitated by a pickleball pro.

Available to all members
fees apply
Two pickleball players posing with a paddle and pickle ball

Weekly drop-in clinics geared towards improving specific skills, taught by a certified pickleball pro. Master your serve, return, dink, lob, drop shot and more.

Available to all members
fees apply
A doubles pickleball match in action on a Life Time court

It goes from first lessons to wanting to play regularly real fast. Leagues provide both competition and comradery.

Available to all members
fees apply
A pickleball player hitting a backhand shot

Whether you're in it to win it, or just love the fun of a friendly rivalry, tournaments get you into the spirit of the sport.

Available to all members
fees apply
Two kids and a Pickleball instructor doing a high-five with their paddles

Gaining both pickleball and life skills through practices and round-robin games, this programming helps kids as young as 4 build skills and learn life lessons.

Junior Membership Required
fees apply


A pickleball player dinking over the net during a game at Life Time


Grab a paddle, step onto the court, and kickstart a passion that gets stronger with every swat!


Where paddles are popping and people enjoy a little healthy competition.

Pickleball player smiling and about to hit a serve


Both aerobic, getting heart rate up, and anaerobic, with short intense bursts building muscle. The amount of people who talk about how weight just falls off is mind-numbing.

Pickleball player on a Life Time court

More cushion means more court time.

Our courts are made with Laykold surfaces which layer-in a generous amount of gel to minimize impact on the knees, hips and back, keeping you on the court for longer.


Good to know


One of the appeals of pickleball is its inclusivity. It’s pretty easy to pick up, making it accessible to beginners, yet can get competitive at higher levels. You’ll see so many generations playing at Life Time. Why not join them?


Back in 1965, on Bainbridge Island in Washington, three buddies named Joel Pritchard, Bill Bell, and Barney McCallum got together and came up with something really cool. Today, there’s even a dedicated national governing body, and the likes of Bill Gates love to play.


There’s no straight answer. Some people swear it’s because of the Pritchard family dog, Pickles, who would go all out chasing those runaway balls during their early games. But hey, not everyone buys into that tale!


Pickleball's got its very own language, full of quirky words like ‘dinking,’ which is just a fancy way to say making a soft, controlled shot over the net. And then there's the "Erne" move – that's when a player goes all ninja and jumps to the side of the court to swat the ball before it hits the ground. Learn the moves, win the game.


Pickleball Faqs

Our members say

“People just invite you to play and conversations start naturally when you’re waiting for a court. There’s a lot of high fives, good hearted banter, an occasional curse and a whole lot of laughter. Even if you’re new, you feel connected through the game.”

Josh M.

Flatirons, CO

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