Pickleball

On April 20, 2020 Riverside County released revisions to their COVID-19 orders allowing these types of facilities to open, but under limited use. On April 23, the City of Canyon Lake amended their Emergency Regulation to permit the playing of tennis and pickleball courts on any public or private courts, but with very strict limitations on use and play.

There are four lighted pickleball courts located at Eastport Park. All Canyon Lake POA members in good standing are welcome to use the courts at their leisure. For the members convenience, the courts feature covered shaded areas for viewing and the courts are lighted after dark. 

Pickleball Courts Hours

The Pickleball Courts are open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Pickleball Club

Want to learn more about the sport of pickleball and make some great friends? Join the Pickleball Club! With more than 100 members, this club promotes the sport of pickleball in Canyon Lake. They host instructional clinics, lessons, potlucks and more. 

Visit the Pickleball Club on Facebook


Pickleball Court Limitations

Limitations imposed by the County and City include the following:

  • All persons (who do not reside in the same household) must maintain at least six feet distance from each other at all times.
  • All persons shall wear face coverings such as scarves (dense fabric without holes), bandanas, neck gaiter, or other fabric face coverings.
  • For pickleball, only singles are allowed (no doubles) and only one person is permitted on each side of the court.

The Canyon Lake POA has adopted these emergency rules to mirror the County and City requirements. Failure to comply with these requirements is punishable by law and could incur civil penalties of up to $1,000. Additionally, any persons found not complying with these requirements will be banned from using these facilities for 30 days.

The County and City will be closely monitoring these facilities and the public’s compliance with these new regulations. The Canyon Lake POA is also required by the City Amendment to patrol and enforce these strict requirements. Community Patrol staff will be patrolling these areas to ensure compliance. Residents are advised that any persons not complying will risk the facilties being closed again to residents.