Every Adaptive Pickleball Play Day is FREE and welcoming to all players from beginner to advanced. Volunteer coaches are on the court to help teach people how to play and share competitive playing strategies. All equipment is provided from sport chairs to paddles to balls. Interested players just need to be ready to be active and have lots of fun.

Pickleball Play Days began in 2020 with 3 events and 16 players. In 2021, we hosted 5 events with 52 players. For 2022, we will host 8 events — scroll below for upcoming Pickleball Play Days.

Watch the following video to learn more about what you can expect at a Pickleball Play Day.

Adaptive Pickleball provides the disabled community a fun, social and healthy way to enjoy the benefits of playing pickleball.

Upcoming Play Days

Please register to attend a Pickleball Play Day. (However, drop-ins are always welcome.)

Thursday, Sep. 29

Victor Gym (Greer)
9:00 am to 11:30 am

Victor Gym
108 S Line St, Greer, SC 29651

Thursday, Oct. 27

Southside Park (Simpsonville)
9:00 am to 11:00 am

Victor Gym
108 S Line St, Greer, SC 29651

Past 2022 Pickleball Play Days

  • January 27
  • February 24
  • March 31
  • April 18
  • June 14
  • July 8

Common Questions & Answers

Can I attend if I do not know how to play pickleball?

Absolutely. Our volunteer coaches love teaching beginners how to play.

What do I need to bring?

Wear athletic clothing and court shoes if possible. We’ll have paddles for you to use and we’ll also have sport wheelchairs if you want to use one. Most days we’ll have bottled drinks, but it would be smart for you to bring some water.

How much movement is needed to play pickleball?

Generally, pickleball is a low impact form of exercise. You will need to move around some to hit the pickleball. We modify the rules to allow for two bounces of the ball which makes it easier for adaptive players to have longer rallies. If you are very athletic then you may play a faster, more active game.

What ages are the players?

Players of all ages are welcome to play.

Who can I contact with more questions?

Contact Sandy Halkett by phone (864.420.5779) or email (