The City of Greenwood, IN

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Today, Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Myers joined city leaders and community members to officially open Greenwood’s newest recreational amenity, the Freedom Parks Pickleball Complex. The $1.3 million development, located next to Freedom Springs Aquatic Park, will expand opportunities in Greenwood for continued wellness and sanctioned tournaments.

“I am excited to be here today for the opening of the Freedom Park Pickleball Complex,” said Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Myers. “This amenity will help keep residents happy and healthy while expanding their level of pickleball play in the community.”

The pickleball facility will be open to the public seven days a week and operate from dawn to dusk with lights and fencing around all courts. The complex is arranged into quads with a center walkway running between the 16 courts. Players will have access to nearby Freedom Park’s restrooms and parking lot, including an additional 120 parking spots constructed as part of the pickleball complex project.

“I am proud of the parks and recreation department for working alongside our partners and developers to bring this amenity to the community,” said Rob Taggart, executive director of Greenwood Parks and Recreation. “Residents and visitors can now enjoy tournament-style play.”

Freedom Parks Pickleball Complex Ribbon Cutting

Greenwood currently offers pickleball-league play indoors and outdoors and will be expanding to the Freedom Park Pickleball Complex. This facility will also allow city and community members to host sanctioned pickleball tournaments through professional pickleball organizations. This level of play will draw visitors from around the region and provide added opportunities for residents.

Residents can rent courts at the facility to host private tournaments and events. Pickleball complex rentals can be made through Greenwood Parks and Recreation.

For more information about park rentals and operations, visit