Pickleball is the fastest growing game in the country, especially in the 50+ age group.  However, all ages and abilities play this entertaining game! If you have played racquetball, tennis or ping pong… you can play pickleball!

Pickleball Drill Session:

Tuesdays: 6:30 to 7:30 pm

$13.00 drop in fee per class

$40.00 for four week session

Come work on your serve, serve return, dinking, banging and third ball drops. Our purpose is to develop placement control and consistency.

Call 309-693-5710 to enroll. 

Open Play will be held at our Tennis North Building which is located at 1527 N Altorfer Drive in Peoria, IL. 

Indoor Open Play (Indoor Season 2022/2023)

Morning Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9AM-12PM

Evening Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 5-8pm

Tuesday: 6:30-8:30PM

Sunday: 3-5PM

Pickleball Pricing:

Guests: $5 daily drop in fee

Members: $3 daily drop in fee

Punch cards are available.

Chauncey Street IPTPA Pro

Director of Pickleball at the Clubs at River City North

Chauncey has 40 years of professional racquet sports experience. His Primary sport has been tennis as a USPTA1 and PTR1, He has taught tennis at all levels from 3-year old’s, division 1 college players to adult players. His experience with high schools is extensive with a bit of squash thrown in, and of course Pickleball.

As an IPTPA certified pro I bring to the sport of Pickleball great energy and a passion for the game.  Having taught Pickleball in Virginia Beach and played a series of tournaments in Florida. Chauncey is very excited about starting with The Club at River City, spearheading some exciting new programs in the great sport of Pickleball.

Chauncey comes to us from Virginia Beach where he was Director of Tennis at Cape Henry Racquet Club. My son Dalaney who is Director of Tennis at River City coached tennis in Denville New Jersey, a Daughter Maribel that is a Director of Emergency Preparedness in Charlottesville Va., and Stephanie who works in theater as a production ma nager in Richmond Virginia.

My outside interest includes learning guitar piano’ harmonica just to be dangerous. I enjoy vegetarian food movies and reading, and meditation is a mainstay in my life.

A pickleball court is the same size as a doubles badminton court and measures 20×44 feet. In pickleball, the same court is used for both singles and doubles play. The net height is 36 inches at the sidelines and 34 inches in the middle. Pickleball court is striped similar to a tennis court with right and left service courts and a 7-foot non-volley zone in front of the net (referred to as the “kitchen”).

You play either singles or doubles/mixed doubles.  You use a small paddle about the size of a racquetball racquet and the ball is similar to a wiffle ball.  The game has only a handful of rules.



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