Court Reservations

Court Rules and Etiquette

Travisso Tennis & Pickleball Court Rules
  • Tennis and pickleball court hours are 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
    • Sign-up times are in 30-minute intervals with the first time slot from 7:00 AM – 7:29 AM and the last time slot from 9:30 PM – 9:59 PM. 
    • You may sign up for a max of two hours per day, per residence. If you sign up for more reservation time, you may have your reservation removed by the association.
  • Please limit yourself to three prime-time reservations per week. Prime time is 5:00 PM-10:00 PM Monday-Friday.
  • Courts are for use by Travisso residents and their guests. Limit of 3 non-resident guests per Travisso address on reserved courts only. Open courts have a limit of 1 non-resident guests per Travisso address.
  • Any tennis professional or business providing lessons must be HOA-approved. Please email for approval information.
  • Proper tennis attire is required. No hard or black-soled shoes are allowed on the court.
  • No glass containers or alcoholic beverages inside the court area.
  • No pets, non-tennis/pickleball sports equipment, bicycles, skateboards, skates, or motorized vehicles are allowed on the courts.
  • No dangerous or offensive conduct is allowed. Adult supervision is needed for children under the age of 12.
  • Please close and latch the gate as you leave.
Pickleball Court Rules in Addition to the Rules Above
  • Singles games are allowed only if no groups are waiting to play.
  • When a paddle rotation begins, all games will play to 11 (win by 2).
  • Placeholder paddles are not allowed. Players must be present to have a paddle in a rack. When playing, you may not rack your paddle until you have completed your game and come off the court. One paddle per player in the rack.
  • When 3 or fewer paddles are up next, they must find a player to complete their group of 4 before any other group can go on the court.
  • You can place your paddle on any stack if there are not 4 paddles on that stack.
  • Do not move anyone’s paddle but your own.
  • Go to the next available open court or lose your spot in the paddle stack.
  • If you are using Court 1 for open play, you must vacate immediately once the players arrive to use their court reservation.
  • If there are stacked paddles, no drills can be run on open courts.
  • If not playing on the court, must wait in the bleacher area. Do not impede the play on any court. Keep yourself and others safe.
  • This is neighborly, recreational play. Courtesy and respect are expected at all times, including being courteous of all skill levels.
  • Nets must stay in place and should not be moved from the courts. Pickleball courts are for pickleball use only and no other activity may be conducted on the courts. 

Court Etiquette
  • Court 1 has 4 pickleball courts available. PB court 1 reservation includes only PB court 1 (of 4). PB courts 2-4 are for open play.
  • Each Travisso home has a max of two hours of reservation time each day. All residents within the same house are subject to the two-hour max.
  • Do not sign up for others or let anyone use your name to sign up for court reservations. You will be held responsible for that reservation should anything occur, and it is not in the spirit of the amenity use to do this.
  • If you reserve court time and can no longer make it for any reason, you must remove yourself from the sign-up form to make the court available to other residents. If you continually reserve courts and do not show up for reserved court time, the association can revoke your amenity access for up to one week.
  • Arrive on time for your reservation. The person who makes the reservation is responsible for showing up on time, not their partner or group. If that person is more than 15 minutes late, the reservation will be forfeited in its entirety and the court is available for use by other residents.
  • Leave the court at or before the end of your reservation time. You should respect your neighbors' reservation times by not extending your own play past your reservation time. It is your responsibility to keep track of time, not your neighbor who has the next spot.
  • If you encounter an issue with the tennis courts or reservation system, please let Adrian know. Remember, these are your neighbors and mutual respect should be shown to all parties using community amenities. Hold yourself to the highest standard and set the precedent for others to follow.