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Local Pickleball Tournaments in Washington State

Local pickleball tournaments are a great way to get involved in the community and test your skills without breaking the bank or sacrificing a lot of time to travel.

After Karen Thomas, our Director of Marketing/Communications and an excellent pickleball player, shared how much fun she had at a few nearby tournaments, we started rounding up a variety of Washington-based competitions to spread the love.

Mt. Rainier in the lovely Pacific Northwest (Credit: the norse)

These events are a great way to support your local pickleball community, meet other players and hone your abilities on the court. Instead of worrying whether you’ll place the highest, just focus on getting the most enjoyment out of each event!

There are options available for players of all skill levels to get in on the action in a relaxed environment. Each city is noted on the first line under the tournament name so you can stay close to home.

The information listed here is based on data gathered during late 2017 and is only intended to give a general idea of entry costs, time of year and the format for each event, so please note that details will likely vary in the future.

To check the most up-to-date information, follow the event links to each group’s homepage.

City of Edmonds Pickleball Tournament 

Columbia Basin Pickleball Classic

Larry & Marlene Nicholson Memorial Tournament

Lighthouse Oktoberfest Picklepalooza

North Cascades Fall Pickleball Classic

Pickleball Station Tournaments

Selkirk PIG (Pickleball Is Great) Chase Tournaments

Rainier Community Center Men & Women’s Doubles Tournament

Washington State Senior Games

Washougal Rivers Edge Dinosaur Doubles

If you know of any other sanctioned or non-sanctioned tournaments that are worth a visit in Washington, be sure to let us know in the comments!

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