Harrison Bruce Pickleball Courts

This former tennis complex has been re-striped into two pickleball courts which do not have a tennis net. Bring your own net, or removable nets are available upon request by calling the Marion Park District office (618) 993-3940.



Pickleball was invented in 1965 as a children's backyard game, on Bainbridge Island, Washington. The spread of the sport is attributed to its popularity within community centers, physical education classes, public parks, private health clubs, YMCA facilities and retirement communities. There are thousands of pickleball tournaments throughout the United States as well as numerous international championships each year.

The Park

Harrison Bruce Park features lighted tennis courts that are also striped for pickleball, picnic shelters, a playground and a membership-based dog park.

Tips for Harrison Bruce Pickleball Courts

Court Lights? – Look for the light switch on the bottom of the lamp as you walk onto the facility. They are scheduled to go off at 11pm.

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