Play Pickleball, a paddle sport for all ages and skill levels.

Easy to learn. Gentler than tennis.

Play Pickleball, a recreational craze which borrows from tennis, ping pong and badminton, in Ruidoso. It’s easy to learn, and gentler to joints than tennis.


The Ruidoso Pickleball Club plays Monday thru Saturday at the White Mountain Sports Complex tennis courts.

Nets and balls are provided by the Ruidoso Pickleball Club. Players need only to bring a paddle.

Winter Hours are 10:00 am to Noon (November to April)

Summer Hours are 9:00 am to Noon (May to October).

On days of high winds, rain or snow games move to the Horton Complex Gymnasium

Notice of venue change is sent out to club members via email.


Ruidoso Pickleball Club will be hosting duel tournaments on August 22 - 25, 2019 at the White Mountain Sports Complex Tennis Courts starting at 8:00 am each day.


Join us for this Super Senior International Pickleball Association (SSIPA) Tournament. Anyone that is 60+ years-of-age is welcome to enter. Everyone is welcome to watch.


Play in the USAPA SANCTIONED Ruidoso Pickelball Championships, a skill level event open to ages 12 - 59.

Registration for these tournament should open around early May, 2019.

Visit to register.


The Ruidoso Pickleball Club boasts 88 members, including 3 USAPA (United States of America Pickleball Association) Certified Referees.

Guests and new members are always welcome. Member benefits include beginner lessons and advanced instruction and drills.

Annual club membership fee: $20/year.

Drop-in/Guest fee: $2/day.

Horton Complex Gymnasium user fee*: $2/day. This user fee helps to support Ruidoso Parks & Recreation facility upkeep and expenses. *Required for members and non-members.

Club members receive weekly emails with tips for improving their game, notices of area tournaments & additional information that we deem relevant to growing our skills & club membership.

Ruidoso is also home to one of Pickleball’s leading apparel lines – Dinking Divas.

For more information, interested players can contact:

Patrick Quist (575) 

Sherry Anderson (512)

To learn more, visit the Ruidoso Pickleball Club