Lincoln Park Tennis Court Conversion

Updated: December 4, 2023

Fall 2023

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The 2021-22 Outdoor Pickleball Study outlined three possible approaches to meet the growing demand for outdoor pickleball in Seattle: dual striping (immediate opportunity), converting existing tennis courts to pickleball only (mid-term), and constructing a new dedicated pickleball facility (long-term). 

Lincoln Park was considered as a potential location for dedicated courts in the 2021-2022 Outdoor Pickleball Plan. It was not included as one of the top candidates primarily due to size. For that study we were largely looking at locations that would be a larger lit complex of 8 or more courts. We also considered Lincoln Park as a possible pickleball location when doing engagement for removal of the tennis courts at Lowman Beach.

The main criteria used in selecting this court is that it does not conflict with tennis – in that the court has been unused and mainly used for storage – it meets geographic distribution, residential remoteness, and accessibility criteria.

This project will convert an unused tennis court into pickleball courts. The courts will be striped for 6 courts.

Please see below for the location of the pickleball court.

Lincoln Park Pickleball construction access map


Lincoln Park8011 Fauntleroy Way SW, 98136


The total cost of this project is $140,000, provided by Associated Recreation Council (ARC).


Planning and Design: Early Fall 2023
Construction: End of Fall 2023

Project Description

Following the 2021-22 Outdoor Pickleball Study the project will convert the exsisiting unused tennis court into 6 striped pickleball courts. 

Parks and Recreation

AP Diaz, Superintendent
Mailing Address: 100 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA, 98109
Phone: (206) 684-4075
Fax: (206) 615-1813

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