Anyone who knows pickleball is aware that the sport needs more courts to thrive. Thankfully, Swimply has a very clever solution to the game's most pervasive problem.
The company started as a way for individuals and families to rent private pools owned by others, creating a revenue stream for owners and a refreshingly-easy way to cool down for pool seekers.
They've also applied the same concept to tennis, skirting around some of the snobbery and, more importantly, the cost of joining private tennis clubs.
Now, Swimply is bringing that same concept to the fastest-growing sport in North America – and at a critical time!
With 40 million players on the horizon, pickleball has to provide more people more places to play if it hopes to stick around. Why not take advantage of the fact that some homeowners have opted to build their own backyard courts and democratize the game even further?
How Swimply Pickleball Court Reservation Works
If you have a home court on your property, you can list it for renting on Swimply for free with your own rules and price. Guests book your court by the hour.
You have the power to accept or deny any of these reservations. Once approved, guests pay you upfront. Swimply only keeps 15%.
Other built-in features to give owners peace of mind:
- Up to $1 million in insurance coverage
- $10,000 in property damage protection
- Hosts are allowed to be at home during guest play
- Providing a restroom is entirely optional
Want to learn more or register your home pickleball court? Find out everything you need to know here.