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1722 Elford Rd.

Shawnigan Lake



No on-street parking is permitted for members or visitors using the courts.


All parking must be in the Cricket Club parking lot.

July 2023 Newsletter​​
  • Wear Eye Protection!!

  • Shawnigan Splash Tournament

  • Summer Programs

  • Club to join Pickleball Canada

Join the Shawnigan Lake Pickleball Community Today!

Memberships are Now Available for 2024.

There are many benefits to joining the Shawnigan Lake Pickleball Club  and becoming part of our pickleball community, including playing on our four full size courts, located in the Shawnigan Lake Village at 1722 Elford Rd.


Complete a New Member application today.  Note that a new membership runs from the date payment is received until December 31, 2024  


Benefits of Membership

What's Included

  • the best court surface you will find anywhere on our Laykold Gel surface; add years to your playing life!

  • competitive or recreational organized play in the desirable morning hours

  • unlimited drop-in play available when organized sessions are not planned

  • no court fees and no initiation fee

  • ability to bring guests  

  • advanced booking privileges allowing for streamed play

  • social events on the Cricket Club deck

  • 2024 members will have priority for 2025 membership

  • free use of the on-site ball machine

  • pickleballs provided for social and competitive play

2024 Membership Fees

*   "Local Area Members" are defined as those who have a residential address on the streets immediately adjacent to the courts.  See the application form for a list of the streets.

Our Court Surface - Save Wear and Tear on Your Legs!!

The Club has completed the installation of a new cushion playing surface, Laykold Masters Gel.  It is the first application of its kind in the Pacific Northwest.


The surface was supplied and overseen by Laykold.  It provides an estimated 17% force reduction which minimizes the depth of ‘foot depression’ and protects an athlete’s knees and ankles from injury during high-velocity, lateral changes of direction.


It doesn’t just absorb the force an athlete produces during competition, it returns that energy to the athlete, reducing fatigue.

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