Pickleball, anyone? Tahoe City park’s courts get needed upgrade | SierraSun.com

Pickleball, anyone? Tahoe City park’s courts get needed upgrade

The courts were remodeled, resurfaced and re-striped.
Courtesy TCPUD |

The Tahoe City Public Utility District held a grand opening for the new tennis courts at Kilner Park on Tuesday, June 30.

The courts were recently completely rebuilt, resurfaced and re-striped for both pickleball and tennis play. This multiple use facility will provide two tennis courts and four pickleball courts.

Other amenities include a new drinking fountain, electrical access for ball machines, improved court access, interior fencing and erosion control measures, according to the PUD.

The basketball/tennis practice court also was repainted, and trees were removed to reduce shadowing, root damage and debris.

Kilner Park is located on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe, about 2 miles south of Tahoe City, Highway 89 near the Ward Avenue intersection.

Visit tahoecitypud.com to learn more.

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