tennis pickleball
A tennis match on the West court and two pickleball games on the East court using portable nets.


  1. Court Guidelines
  2. Court Registration – how to register your lot A household
  3. Court Reservations – how to reserve court time
  4. Youth Tennis Lessons – how and when to sign-up
  5. Pickleball Lessons
  6. Drop-In Pickleball
  7. Tennis/Pickleball Committee members



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The tennis and pickleball courts at the Cove are for the private use of Lot A owners and their accompanied guests only. The following guidelines have been approved by the Board of Trustees to help keep the property safe and beautiful so that EVERYONE can enjoy their time at the Cove. Please share these guidelines with your family and guests.

  • Lot-A owners become NPCC members by paying the annual maintenance fee. Members are provided with the court access code when they register to use the courts or from the Cove Office.
  • The courts are reserved using the CourtReserve application, which is available for Apple and Android phones, as well as PCs. NPCC families can contact the Cove Office for registration details.
  • NPCC households may reserve a court for up to two hours per household per week.
  • The west court is prioritized for tennis and the east court for pickleball; courts can only be reserved for their prioritized sport.
  • Both east and west courts have pickleball lines and portable pickleball nets to enable up to 4 games at once. The west court pickleball nets are to be stored in alignment with the east court tennis net post and placed in the stationary position (not resting on the wheels) to serve as ball stops when pickleball play is finished.
  • If a court has not been reserved, it is open to first come first served for either sport. If players arrive and their prioritized court is being used by the other sport (for example pickleball is being played on the west court and tennis players arrive to use the court), the players must vacate the court at the end of the game or 20 minutes, whichever occurs first.
  • If the west courts are being used for drop-in pickleball (no tennis reservations have been made), it is considered open play. When a game is finished, the players must leave the court and allow players that are waiting to have the court.
  • When other players of the prioritized court are waiting for an unreserved court, players must yield the court within 30 minutes.
  • Adults over 18 have priority after 6 pm on weekdays.
  • Wear only appropriate tennis shoes on the courts.
  • Skateboards, roller blades, scooters, and bicycles are not permitted on the courts.
  • Pets are not allowed on the courts.
  • Notify NP police immediately if you see trespassers or witness vandalism. Also report incidents to the Cove Office.
  • Commercial use of Lot-A property requires Board approval.

Repeat violations of these rules will result in your CourtReserve access being suspended for 30 days

Thank you for your help in making sure your Cove property is a safe and fun place for everyone to enjoy!

Approved by Board of Trustees motion, February 21, 2024.

Neil Ball, President, NPCC
Jamie Kroeger, Secretary, NPCC


Please complete the form below to register for the tennis/pickleball courts.


  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


When you register your Lot A household to use the Cove courts, you (primary host) will receive a welcome e-mail from Once you login to the member portal, you will be given instructions on how to make reservations. See the example welcome e-mail below.

Reservations take precedence over FirstComeFirstServed (walk-ons). If you can’t find your welcome e-mail or are having problems, contact the Cove office (206-242-3778 or

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welcome to court reserve


tennis lessons

Private Tennis Lessons: June 24 - August 2

Have your youths grab their tennis rackets and get ready to play! Whether beginner, intermediate or advanced players, these private tennis lessons will improve their game and help them get more enjoyment from tennis.

  • Timing: Lessons will run weekly between June 24 through August 2 (no lessons on the week of July 1-5).
  • Cost: $50 per week for Lot A members and $60 for Non-members.

If you are scheduling for a child under 18, you will be required to stay on the premises during the lesson.


Sounds great! How do I sign up my youths?

  1. Complete this online questionnaire
  2. Complete this online registration form




pickleball lessons

We are pleased to be offering 2 series of pickleball lessons this season:

  1. Beginner Pickleball Clinic – Thursdays 5:00-7:00pm
  2. Advanced Pickleball Clinic – Wednesdays 1:00-3:00pm

Click the links above to learn more and sign up today!


Just show up! Paddles & balls will be available. Play on the SE Court:

  • Wednesday: 1pm - 3pm (beginner players)
  • Friday: 3pm - 5pm (experienced players)
  • Sunday: 11am - 1pm (beginner players)
  • Sunday: 1pm - 3pm (experienced players)


NPCC Tennis/Pickleball Committee (04/19/24)


Name Primary Sport
Laura Smith (Chair) Pickleball*
Colin Craig Pickleball
Di Brown Pickleball
Tim Tallar Pickleball
Gene Swansiger Pickleball
Laurel Robinson Tennis
Jamie Kroeger Tennis*
Tamara Sheldon Tennis
Neil Ball (Board President) Pickleball*

* indicates NPCC Board of Trustees members