Pickleball players now have nearly 20 courts to choose from in Frisco.

Pickleball lines have been painted onto existing tennis courts across Frisco, creating an additional 12 courts for players to choose from, according to an Oct. 20 city news release.

“Our residents have been asking for more courts for quite some time,” Mayor Jeff Cheney said in the release. “These dual-purpose courts will help us meet our growing need.”

The gist

Adding lines to existing tennis courts brings the city’s pickleball court count to 17, according to the news release.

“Frisco is a fast-growing community with an active lifestyle,” Cheney said. “It’s no surprise our residents are passionate about pickleball.”

Here is where residents can find the new dual-use pickleball courts:“We’re excited to provide more places to play pickleball while continuing to serve our tennis community,” Parks and Recreation Director Shannon Coates said in the release.

Here is where the five previously established pickleball courts are located:

What else?

The new courts are available for walk-on games as well as reservations, according to the news release.

Reservations can be made through the Frisco Community Tennis app, the same app used for reserving the shared courts for tennis games. There is a $5.50 per-game, per-court fee.

The pickleball courts at the Frisco Athletic Center are member exclusive, but $50 pickleball passes are available for 12 visits, according to the news release. Existing athletic center members do not need passes.

Learn more

More information on Frisco’s pickleball offerings and facilities can be found at the PlayFrisco website.