Where do I Park?

So, you’ve checked out the schedule for play times and the Venues page to sort out where you are going  .. Now, where do I park?

With parking a premium in every city these days, it can be a bit tricky to find that perfect spot right at your Venue’s door.  With this in mind we have prepared some information to assist you and hopefully make your parking  experience a bit easier when you go play.

TCC: (Tournament Capital Centre)
– There are many 2 hour free parking stalls for TCC patrons only.  You simply input your vehicle licence plate number at one of the meters. 
– When you go play pickleball at TCC you are a TCC patron and you are allowed to park at  the TCC parking lot using the 2 hour meters.  If you think you will go over 2 hours of play you may leave your license plate number with the front desk staff so bylaws are aware.
– TCC indoor play times are 2.0 to 2.5 hours in length.
– Bylaw officers monitor the TCC parking lot strictly between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.  If you go over 2 hours of play at TCC without notifying the TCC front desk or park at TCC and walk over to TRU, and bylaws notice, you will get ticketed and towed.
– The parking at TCC is not monitored by the parking stall meters or bylaws:  after 5:00 p.m. weekdays, all day Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays.  

TRU: (Thompson Rivers University gym)
– TRU is nearly adjacent to TCC. 
– Club members will have to find their own parking outside of TCC when playing at TRU. 
– You may park on side streets or pay for parking at a TRU parking lot.
– TRU parking lots have free parking after 5:00 p.m. weekdays, all day Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays.
– You cannot park at TCC and walk over to TRU to play pickleball.
– If you park at TCC between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and walk over to TRU, you can and will get ticketed and towed.  Bylaws attendants are very attentive.

: (Kamloops Tennis Centre)  aka the bubble, the dome
– Lots of free parking along Front Street outside the courts.  Note:  Only 2 hour parking allowed in front of the condos.
– Nearby, Pioneer Park has free parking.
– Lorne Street is another option if the other areas are full.

RVP:  (Riverside Park)
– Free parking is located at the west parking lot at Riverside Park, beside the courts.  
– If RVP parking is full, parking at Pioneer Park and walking the 15 minutes along the Rivers Trail to Riverside Park is a beautiful walk and a great warm-up.
– Side streets offer pay meter parking and free parking.
– During tournaments, additional parking options will be available.









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