Tennis & Pickleball Courts

Courts are OPEN for use as weather permits

  • We have six tennis courts in Goerke Park, three are lined for pickleball.
  • We have six pickleball courts in Mead Park (NEW in June 2022).
  • Tennis players, please move to non-pickleball courts, if available, when others want to play pickleball.
  • Three courts at Goerke Park have junior tennis lines.  
  • The court lights are on timers and will shut off at 11 p.m. 
  • When they are open, courts are available to the public on a first-come, first-served (no pun intended) basis until 11:00 p.m. every day, unless reserved by a school. Reserved times are posted on-site.
  • Schools can make reservations by calling the Parks Office at 715-346-1531.

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  1. Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Community Input Meeting

    On Thursday, July 7 at 6:00 pm, the Stevens Point Parks, Rec. & Forestry Dept. will hold an in-person community input meeting at the Rec Center, 2442 Sims Ave., to discuss and get feedback on the City’s parks, park facilities, open spaces, and trails. Read More
  2. Free Swim Sessions and Tube & Toy Nights at the Donald Copps Pool

    The Parks, Recreation & Forestry Dept. is happy to announce the lineup of Community Free Swim sessions for the 2022 season. Thanks to generous support from area businesses & the City of Stevens Point, there will be 8 free swim sessions this summer. Read More
  3. Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Community Survey

    The Stevens Point Parks, Recreation, & Forestry Dept. invites you to share your input on the City’s parks & recreation amenities to help update our Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP). The survey will remain open through July 15. Read More
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