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Tennis, Pickleball & Paddle Tennis

three tennis and two pickleball courts at your will

Pryor Paddle Tennis Courts

Platform tennis, or known to some as pickleball, is a slight variation from the traditional tennis game as it covers less of the court and is played with a paddle instead of a racket. The court is surrounded by tightly strung wire fencing allowing players to keep the ball in play after bouncing on the court and hitting the screens.


As for the point system, it is quite similar to tennis except you only get one serve and you are allowed to play the ball off the fences.

We offer two heated, well-lit courts from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., located 100 yards south of the Telluride Ski & Golf Club House at The Peaks Resort & Spa.


A small clubhouse with equipment, lockers and restrooms is available. In the wintertime, you may access the platform tennis court from The Peaks ski trail, 200 yards from the top of Lift 1. Reservations are not required, but a code is necessary for access so please give us a call.


For additional platform tennis rules, visit the official American Platform Tennis Association website.

Clinics/Drills with USPTA Elite Pro, Bill Austin

Every Monday-Friday
Time: 9:30 – 11:00am
Cost: $25 per player

Levels 3 and 4 or USTA 3.0 – 3.5+

Please see player descriptions below.

Drop In Pickleball 7 Days A Week

Everyday, 9am - 12pm
When players are waiting to play and courts are full:
  1. Four players will play a game to eleven points, one player will vacate the court they just played.
  2. Four players will begin and continue the process.
  3. Players waiting are suggested to line up paddles along the fence, to determine who is next to play.
  4. All players waiting to play should be ready to enter the court.
  5. Please remember to ask for permission, if passing through another court being used.

When players ARE NOT waiting to play and there are available empty court.

  1. Four players will play a game to eleven points.
  2. If no other players are waiting to play, the same four players may continue to play another game. If new waiting players have priority for the court.

Drop In Doubles

Every Sunday
Where: Courts 1-3
When: Every Sunday, 10:00 – 11:30am
Cost: Free

Come out and play every Sunday for drop in doubles. This is a great way to meet and play new players.

Just show up !!!

Peaks Tennis Court Registration System

To register for the BOOK MY Court reservation system, please follow the below steps.
Step 1

Step 2

Click register in the top right hand corner of the page.

Step 3

Fill out the registration information and click register. The registration will come to me to approve by the end of each day. Once approve, go to step 4.

Step 4

Log in using your email and password, created when you registered.

Step 5

Book a court. You may book courts up to three days in advance. The current day counts as a day.

Step 6

Have fun!!! I’m looking forward to playing with everyone this summer!

Elevated Tennis Camp

John Felding is back for another 3 day action packed tennis camp, July 9, 10, and 11.

Where: The Peaks Resort and Spa
136 Country Club Dr., Telluride, CO 81435

Time: 9am to 12:00pm all 3 days.
Dates: July 9th, 10th and 11th


$90.00 for 1 day
$170.00 for 2 days
$250.00 for all 3 days

Reserve Your Spot Now! 

Private lessons available after each camp.

Elevated Pickleball Camp

1 day Pickleball Clinic with John Felding, July 8th

Where: The Peaks Resort and Spa
136 Country Club Dr., Telluride, CO 81435

Dates: July 8th
Times: 8:00am to 9:30am / 9:30am to 11:00am
Pricing: $30 per clinic

Group and Private Lessons with USPTA Elite Professional, Bill Austin

Private, semi-private and group lessons are available
Contact: Bill Austin 602-570-8778,

Peaks/Telski, Director of Tennis, Elite USPTA certified tennis professional, Bill Austin.


Bill has over thirty years of experience, specializing in how to win. Bill played number one singles and doubles for the University of South Carolina., played on the Middle Sates Junior Davis Cup Team, USTA Southwest ranked #1 player in 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 age divisions, the winner of the National USTA Senior Doubles Team Tennis Championship in 2010.

Player Level Descriptions
Level 1
Pure beginner tennis player. No or very little formal instruction. Maybe never played.

Level 2

Has the basic strokes. This player can maintain a rally. Ready for singles and doubles basic strategy.

Level 3

Has basic strokes mastered. Can maintain form and beginning to develop consistency. USTA 3.0

Level 4

Our most advanced group.
Developing elements like pace, spin, and placement. USTA 3.5+

Pickleball and Tennis Equipment

Tennis racquets and pickleball paddles are available to rent by the hour or day.

Please call Bill Austin, 602-570-8778

Tennis Etiquette

Proper tennis shoes required.

No running shoes allowed on courts.

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