Local Pickleball Guide – Omaha, Nebraska

Nebraska Pickleball Meeting

NebraskaPickleball Annual Meeting 2015

Pickleball has been going strong in Nebraska since 2011, according to the PICKLEBALL NEBRASKA blog.  They have a hugely popular “annual meeting” with food, fun, and of course, pickleball.  It is definitely a family affair.

USAPA Ambassadors – Omaha

If you need help getting a pickleball group started in your neighborhood, just get in touch with one of the following folks:

Omaha — Bill Holt  402-699-2869  Omaha NE

Pickleball Court Construction Contractors: Omaha

If you need help getting a pickleball group started in Nebraska, just get in touch with the folks at:

Sport Construction Midwest, http://sportconstruction.com/gamecourts.htm

Omaha, Nebraska Pickleball Clubs

Prairie Lane, Nebraska Pickleball Court

It was a beautiful day at Prairie Lane Park

PB Nebraska Club

Pickleball Courts Around Omaha

Pickleball Nebraska
Meadow Lane Park, Elite Sports in Omaha

UPCO Parka and St. Paul Methodist in Lincoln

Pickleball Tournaments Near Omaha

If you are interested in some friendly competition, check out the following tournament options:

State Games of America, Lincoln/Omaha
Cornhusker State Games
Pikes Peak or Bust Pickleball Tournament

5.0 Ranked Players Around Omaha

Andy Gensch, Overland Park, Kansas

Omaha Pickleball Related News and Youtube Videos

Pickleball Omaha on Facebook


Nebraska Pickleball at Nebraska Elite Sports

9 thoughts on “LOCAL PICKLEBALL GUIDE – Omaha, Nebraska

    • My husband and I are interested in taking pickleball lessons in Omaha. Where do you recommend we take lessons? Thank you.

  1. Where would I find recreational play. Outside courts and open court rotation. Will be in Omaha over the weekend of May 18-20. Any recommendations.

    • Hi Sharon, I suggest you go to the USAPA.org website and check out places to play. I see at least 7 places listed, so you should be able to find one that meets your requirements. Eliza

    • Hi Mickey,
      We do not email about play in Nebraska. You can go to the USAPA website, Places to Play, NE, and find contacts for people who play in Omaha. Hope that helps. Thank you, Eliza

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