Thompson Peak Park

Thompson Peak Park Ball Field


  • 29-acres
  • One basketball court (lighted)
  • Three pickleball courts (lighted)
  • Four softball fields (lighted)
  • Inclusive Playground (shaded)
  • Restrooms

Thompson Peak Park Inclusive Playground

The playground at Thompson Peak Park is accessible to all users. Below are some of the features that set this park apart from the rest.

Accessible Whirl - A Merry-Go-Round experience with space and access for ALL users of ALL ages and ALL abilities

Kiddie Corner - Designed for our youngest users, this structure incorporates both visual and tactile features, a Double Glide Slide as well as a Basket Sway swing which is ideal for a lower range of vestibular action since it is tethered underneath. This swing also doubles as a cozy spot for a child to rest and still be in the middle of the playground action. The Unity Steppers which functionally link the structure to the Home Dome create the perfect layout for a game of The Floor Is Lava. They can also be simply a hang out spot for observers. Home Dome climber with its accessible entry point to navigate inside and see the action from within the "cave" is a main action hub with room to explore in, on and all around.

Amelia's Expedition - Designed for 5-12 year old users, this structure includes a series of smaller incremental inclines of 6” so EVERYONE can access the most exciting parts, the slides, one of which features the Slide Aside exit which helps to allow more time for a caretaker to assist a child while the slide remains active for other users. There are also musical elements and ground level activities around the structure along with a "secret" seating area beneath the 60” Hex Deck.

Arch Swings - One of most popular areas at any park is the swings. With a combination of toddler buckets, traditional belts, a harnessed Accessible seat and Unity Basket Swing, this feature aids in vestibular development and offers a full range for a group experience for users.

The unitary rubber surface or 'Poured In Place' allows seamless navigation throughout the playground spaces to help bring an ease to inclusion in this playground.

Reservation Information

This park is available on a first come, first served basis. You do not need a reservation. However, if you are planning to have inflatables, catered food, or another specialty item, please call our Facility Booking office at 480-312-7707, to verify the company's insurance information.

Reserve A Field

Please complete a field request form to begin the process. Requests will be addressed in the order they are received. Field requests must be submitted a minimum of three business days in advance of requested use. Forms submitted online will be addressed prior to phone calls received 480-312-7527. The Sports Field Reservation office reserves designated city parks and school fields for youth / adult groups and organizations.


There are three pickleball courts at Thompson Peak Park, which are available for drop in public use and are not reservable. They are free to use, and are open from sunrise until 10:30 p.m. daily.

New to the sport of Pickleball? Consider registering for one of our beginner classes, or hone your skill level through one of our intermediate classes. Parks and Recreation offers a variety of seasonal pickleball instructional classes to fit your needs.

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Proper court etiquette and sportsmanship is encouraged. Court use by individuals and groups is limited to standard game format; first side scoring 11 points or leading by at least 2 points wins. This comes with a 30 minute time limit, at which time players should rotate off the court with any waiting players. Mornings are typically the busiest time for pickleball play at Thompson Peak.

If you have any questions about the Thompson Peak Park pickleball courts, please call 480-312-0227.

Park Information

City of Scottsdale - Thompson Peak Park
20199 N. 78th Pl.
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
P: 480-312-7275
Parks&[email protected]

Thompson Peak Park Map (PDF)

Sunrise - 10:30 p.m.

Irrigation Information
Park Irrigation Usage Graph