Carolina Courts is Charlotte's premier basketball, volleyball and pickleball facility. We offer year-round programs in two conveniently located facilities in Concord and Indian Trail, NC.
Carolina Courts is locally-owned and family-operated. Our Mission is to provide a positive, inspiring, and safe environment to enhance the quality of life in all the communities we serve through fitness, competitive spirit, sportsmanship, and Christian values.
Recreational and competitive teams and leagues, youth camps and clinics, regional and national tournaments. Contact Chris Jones
Our programs include Pickleball Club Open Play as well as periodic leagues and tournaments.
We provide individual court rentals subject to court availability. Courts may be rented for basketball practices, volleyball practices and many other activities. Contact Jennifer Kersey.
We provide facility rentals for a variety of events including, but not not limited to, basketball, volleyball, pickleball, cheerleading, gymnastics, wrestling, trade shows and community events. Prices for each facility rental depends on time, space, season, and length of the event. Contact Scott Chitwood.
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Carolina Courts provides basketball and volleyball open play when courts are available. Join our text message distribution list to receive frequent updates on available open gym hours. Contact our front desk at either location.
We offer basketball and volleyball birthday parties at the Indian Trail Location only (ages 6 and Up) subject to court availability. Contact Jennifer Kersey.
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Carolina Courts operates two state-of-the-art facilities conveniently located in Indian Trail and Concord. Each facility offers 8 or more basketball and volleyball courts.
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How do I become a Member?
What are the Open Gym Hours? Cost?
Do you offer any Programs for Adults?
Can I rent the facility for Private Events/Tournaments?
Do you offer Youth Private Training Lessons?
Do you offer need-based Scholarships or Financial Aid?
Do you have Sibling Discounts?
Do I have to sign a Release Waiver each time we register for a Program/League?
What are the Minimum Age requirements for your Programs/Leagues?
Do you have Programs for beginners?
During School Days Off, does Carolina Courts have Special Hours or Programs for Youth?
Do you need to bring your own ball for open gym or are they are they provided?
At what age can you leave your Child without Adult Supervision at Carolina Courts?
Do you offer Birthday Parties at Carolina Courts?
Do you offer Online Registration?
What are the Qualifications of your coaching staff?
Can I enter a team in any of your upcoming Leagues?
Do I have to put down a deposit to rent a court?
Do I have to pay Entry Fees to watch the League Games?
Do you have a Boys Volleyball Program?
Do you have a Girls Basketball Program?
Do you invite College Scouts for evaluation of the High School Athletes? Can you help with Athletic Scholarships for your High School Volleyball Players?
Admission Fees – Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you charge admission fees for competitive leagues and/or tournaments and what drives the cost?
Admission fees (along with team registration fees) cover the costs of operating the league or tournament. Operating costs are higher for competitive tournaments relative to most school, church or recreational leagues. Our competitive leagues and tournaments do not benefit from tax dollars or charitable support, and we therefore must cover the full operating costs of leagues and tournaments, which include:
How do your admission fees compare to similar leagues or tournaments?
For leagues or tournaments that are run by Carolina Courts, we strive to keep our admission fees at or below comparable leagues or tournaments. We constantly monitor admission fees at other competitive leagues and tournaments.
Some tournaments or leagues held at Carolina Courts facilities are managed by third party event operators who lease the facility from Carolina Courts. In those cases, Carolina Courts has no control over admission fees at third-party managed events.
What happens to any net profits?
Our competitive leagues and tournaments are managed by Carolina Rise, a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Any remaining net proceeds from admission fees, after covering expenses, are retained by Carolina Rise and utilized to provide needs-based athletic scholarships in our local communities. The scholarship application for Carolina Rise is available at www.carolinacourts.com.