Collier Park

4401 Palm Avenue
La Mesa, CA 91941

Park permits can be obtained online - for any questions you may contact the Community Services Facilities Division at 619.667.1300 or email

Size & Other Information

  • 7.7 acres
  • Use capacity: 400
  • Parking for 25 cars


  • Lighted tennis & pickleball court
  • Tot Lot
  • Large play area / picnic area
  • Picnic tables
  • BBQ

See Park Policies for more information.

To learn more about the Collier Park Renovation Master Plan visit Parks Master Plans.

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 Guidance For Youth and Adult Recreational Sports:

  • Physical conditioning, practice, skill-building and training that can be done maintaining 6 feet of distance is allowed. The public is encouraged to limit these activities to a single household. (1:1 coaching and group instruction is by permit only.)

Games between non-household members may take place in the following tiers: 

Tennis (singles or doubles) - Purple
Pickleball (singles) - Purple
Pickleball (doubles) – Red
Basketball - Orange

  • When with non-household members, participants should wear face coverings when playing, even outdoors. Face coverings must be worn when on sidelines.
  • Observers must stay at least 6 feet from non-household members.
  • Do not enter courts if you have a cough or fever.

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If you are looking for a way to stay active and get a great workout, try Pickleball.  This fun game keeps the muscles moving and most importantly keeps players entertained while enjoying the great outdoors. 

La Mesa's Pickleball is played on the tennis court at Collier Park at 
4401 Palm Avenue.  The tennis court is striped for four Pickleball courts. Come join the fun at Collier Park - there is NO CHARGE to play and you do not need to bring your own paddles and/or balls.

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM.

Pickleball can be played either on a tennis or badminton court with the net at 34 inches in the center. It is played with a perforated plastic baseball (similar to a whiffle ball) and wood or graphite paddle. Pickleball is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game fort experienced players.

Originally created in Washington in the 1960's and named for the creator's dog, "Pickles", according to the USA Pickleball Association, it is now played all over the country.  To learn more about Pickleball and purchase equipment, visit the USA Pickleball Association's website at

For more information please call the Recreation Supervisor at the Adult Enrichment Center - 619.667.1491