How to Become a Member
The PebbleCreek Pickleball (PCPB) Club welcomes you! We’re glad you’re here and we hope we can help you achieve what you’re looking for. It is our goal to support and sustain all of your pickleball needs in one place and that’s here, in the PebbleCreek community.
To join the PCPB Club you must be a resident within the PebbleCreek community or a renter. Those living outside of the PebbleCreek Community are not allowed to join, book courts, or attend Club organized functions (i.e., round robin play, ladder events, skills and drills, open play, etc).
How to Join
There are two ways to join and both require a signed Waiver.
For checks or cash the membership form/waiver can be downloaded here, printed, completed, and returned to the lockbox in the ice machine room at the Ramada.
For credit and debit cards, the waiver and account can be created at the same time by activating your account by clicking here: Court Reserve.
Each user must complete a waiver using a unique email (no shared emails). Membership renewals are due on the anniversary of your payment date unless you have elected to become a Lifetime Member of the PCPB Club.
Once your membership is complete you will receive a welcome email providing instructions for how to access Court Reserve, the reservation system to book courts. A name tag will be ordered and you will be notified when it’s available for pickup.
If you have any questions about becoming a member, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lifetime Membership – residents pay a one-time membership fee of $600. These members can attend any Club organized event, often at no additional cost. The advantage of becoming a Lifetime member is you never have to pay dues again! These Lifetime Memberships help fund our investment of 16 new pickleball courts opening in 2023!
General Membership – residents pay an annual membership fee of $50 with a one-time initiation fee of $50 and badge fee of $7 ($107 total). These members can attend any Club organized event, often at no additional cost. General memberships are subject to annual fee increases if voted and approved each year by the Members.