Pickleball Travel – Puerto Vallarta Mexico

Want to play pickleball in Puerto Vallarta Mexico?  If so, you need to act fast because registration ends very soon. Lyall Harrison, an ambassador for the USAPA, sent me the following fun pickleball travel information:

“Come join us for the FIRST pickleball tournament in Puerto Vallarta. Many pickleball addicts have gone to Puerto Vallarta to play on their own before, but never an official tournament. We are really excited to not only indulge in the tropical atmosphere and have a great tournament, but leave the pickleball bug behind with our Adopt-a-School program.”

All the information you need is on their website – www.PickleballPuertoVallarta.com.

Check it out! I am all for traveling the globe to get your pickleball on!pickleball puerto vallarta

8 comments on “Pickleball Travel – Puerto Vallarta Mexico”

  1. Hi Kim,
    They don’t start playing pickleball in PV until October. Go to Facebook and find their info under Pickleball Puerto Vallarta. They can tell you more as they are there for 6 months each year. Pickleball is played in other Mexican cities as well.

  2. They play pickleball at Melia Resort in the Marina Vallarta district. They play from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. They only allow 56 players MAXIMUM. Total of 8 courts (portable nets). 4 courts are used for recreational play and 4 courts for advanced or competitive play. Costs $100 pesos for first time and $50 pesos for all other times. Frank & Yvonne run it all, super nice people. I would highly recommend you arrive BEFORE 9:15 a.m. every day but Monday is the busiest so shortly after 9 that day would be advised. I was just there for 7 weeks and loved it, wonderful people, amazing weather, perfection.

  3. Hi there! We’ll be in PV March 25-April 1st. We’d like to play on a Wednesday of that week! Do we have a chance?

  4. Hi Jennifer, I’m in PV right now for the month. I emailed a man named John, who told me where and when to go and play. He even met my husband and I there. The woman in charge was so rude and belligerent to us and to John…she would not let us play, even though it is called drop in play…I was aghast at her unsavoury behaviour. John emailed me wanting me to play today. I told him no thank you, but maybe Friday. I just thought you should know we were not welcomed at all.
    Vicki Carrothers

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