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Palm Springs Sports Courts


Palm Springs is not just known for its stunning scenery and luxurious resorts, but also for its vibrant sports scene. With a myriad of sports courts scattered throughout the city, Palm Springs offers an array of opportunities for both casual enthusiasts and serious athletes to engage in their favorite activities. Whether you prefer tennis, basketball, or pickleball, Palm Springs has it all. These courts provide the perfect setting for friendly matches, intense competitions, or simply a fun day out with friends and family. So, grab your racket, lace up your sneakers, and get ready to experience the thrill of playing on Palm Springs’ sports courts.

Bocce Ball Courts

bacce ball

Gateway Park: 3701 E Vista Chino

Located at the corner of Vista Chino and Gene Autry Trail. This is a 1.72 acre neighborhood park consisting of walkways, landscaping, park benches, and bacce ball courts. Open dawn to dusk.

Basketball Courts

Baristo Park: 296 S. Calle Encilia

Local 2-acre park with play equipment, a basketball court, picnic tables and grills.


Demuth Park: 4365 E. Mesquite Ave.

Demuth Park boasts a spacious basketball court that is well-maintained and easily accessible. It’s a great spot for casual pickup games or organized leagues. The park includes a baseball field, picnic tables, grills, drinking fountains, restrooms, and children’s play structures.

Jessie O. Desert Highland Park: 480 W. Tramview Road

This community center in north Palm Springs has an indoor basketball court that serves as a hub for basketball enthusiasts. They also offer various programs and leagues throughout the year. The center also has volleyball, badminton, and a weight room.

Palm Springs High School: 2401 E Baristo Road

If you’re looking for a larger basketball court, Palm Springs High School has excellent outdoor facilities. These courts are generally open to the public outside of school hours.

Ruth Hardy Park: 700 Tamarisk Road

Ruth Hardy Park features a basketball court surrounded by beautiful greenery. This court offers a peaceful and serene environment for basketball enthusiasts to enjoy their game.

Ruth Hardy Park Basketball

Sunrise Park: 480 S. Sunrise Way

With its multiple sports facilities, Sunrise Park is a favorite among locals. The park includes a basketball court where players can enjoy a game against the stunning backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains.

Pickleball Courts


Demuth Park: 4365 E. Mesquite Ave.

12 Pickleball Courts. This city owned facility is well-maintained and often hosts tournaments and events. This include one whiteboard where you put your name up to get in a game.

Note: Please do not park in the Palm Springs Animal Shelter parking lot.

Pickleball Demuth Park

Jessie O. Desert Highland Park: 480 W. Tramview Road

2 pickleball courts.

Ruth Hardy Park: 700 Tamarisk Road

2 pickleball courts

Ruth Hardy Park Pickleball

Tennis Courts

Palm Springs Tennis Club: Located the end of Baristo

This is a private tennis club is adjacent to Spencer’s restaurant. The Tennis Club tennis facility is managed by the Palm Springs Tennis Club Management Association (PSTCMA), which also operates the Tennis Desk, Spencer’s, and the Tennis Club Pro Shop.  The club has 11 courts and 2 pickleball courts.

Seasonal Membership is available and includes access to fitness center, swimming pool, and discounts at Spencer’s.

Palm Springs Tennis Club
Credit: Sandra Quinn

Ruth Hardy Park: 700 Tamarisk Road

8 public tennis courts

Volleyball Courts

Jessie O. Desert Highland Park: 480 W. Tramview Road

1 Volleyball court that can also be used for badminton.

Ruth Hardy Park: 700 Tamarisk Road

3 Sand volleyball courts.

Victoria Park: 2744 N. Via Miraleste

1 Volleyball Court. It sits on eight acres and includes picnic tables, grills, tot lot, play structure, sheltered picnic area, drinking fountains, and restroom facilities. Open until 10 pm. You can also reserve the park.

People playing volleyball

Remember to check local guidelines and schedules for availability and any specific rules or regulations that may apply. Enjoy your game at one of these fantastic public Palm Springs sports courts!


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