Padel at Skipton Tennis Centre


We are very excited to announce that Skipton Tennis Centre is home to the FIRST Padel Court in Craven! 

The Padel court is available for booking from members and non-members!

Our mission is to provide FUN, INCLUSIVE and SOCIAL environment that helps people get active and healthy. 

The Padel Zone is our largest investment in the facility since we opened our doors and we hope everyone enjoys the option of playing Padel at STC. We also have Padel coaching sessions for both adults and Juniors click here for more info. 

The Padel Zone is proudly sponsored
by Walker Foster Solicitors


  • Our booking system will allow you to book either as a member or non-member. Click on ‘Book a court’ tab from the menu above or button below
  • Payment for court hire is made by credit/debit card at the time of booking
  • Equipment hire is included in the cost, all we ask is that you wear flat soled trainers as you would on a Tennis court
  • A refund will be given if cancelled 24hrs before or for inclement weather


£3 pp / £12 per hour if less than 4 players

£7 pp / £28 per hour if less than 4 players

£5 Guest fee per hour

£5 per hour

Padel Coaching Courses

We offer Padel coaching for Both Adults and Juniors. We have INTRODUCTION TO PADEL courses designed for anyone looking to give Padel a try. Plus, Beginner, Improver and Improver+ sessions for the more experienced players. 

Padel Coaching Courses

We offer Padel coaching for both Adults and NEW for September 2022 – Juniors (12+). We have both INTRODUCTION TO PADEL courses designed for beginners and  PADEL PROGRESSION COURSES for the more experienced players.

Adult Social Mixer

Anyone who is interested in starting the day with some social Padel then please check out our NEW Wednesday 7.30-8.30am morning Padel session.

This will have a group size of 6 players and will have a mix of match play and drills to get the day started.

What is Padel?

Padel is largely considered the fastest growing sport in the world.

Padel is typically played in a doubles format, on a court that is enclosed and is 25% smaller than a Tennis court. It is incredibly easy to play, very social and can be as active as you want to make it.

Scoring is exactly the same as Tennis and the balls typically have slightly less compression. The entry level is typically much easier than Tennis, therefore it can appeal to people who have never played Tennis or who want to complement their Tennis with another FUN racket sport. It is brilliant for all ages and great for family and friends to play socially.

Rules of Padel:

If you would like more information, please contact the club: