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Eastern Norway Vestfold og Telemark SKIEN

Padel tracks in Skien leisurepark

  • Moflatveien 38, Skien
  • +47 35541000
  •  /  km From You

In 2019, Skien Leisure Park opened 2 new courses for paddle and now they hope they can open the season in May 2020.

Remember to pay attention to each other and follow the Directorate of Health's preventive infection routines.

Padle is a mix of squash and tennis. It is usually played in double format (four people) on a closed path in glass. The course is one third the size of a tennis court.

The courses can be booked online. It is also open for drop-in.


Price per court kr. 300, - for 1.5 hours (up to 4 players).


You can bring your own equipment, or rent the rack for NOK 50, - per. pers. If you do not have your own ball it can be purchased for NOK 20, - per piece (infection control measures)

Opening hours:

May - June 21, 2020:

Weekdays14 - 20

Weekend11 - 18

Courses are pre-booked on the website. Equipment is picked up at Cafe Pucken in the ice rink. Also possible with drop-in.

Policy & basic game rules

It is most common to play doubles (four people on the field).


Points start with a serve. It is not allowed to serve above hip height. First points start from the right part of the pitch (as in tennis) and the server must land in the diagonal server pane. You have two servers. The napkin cannot hit the side fence, only the glass wall (after bounce).

It is allowed to use the walls. It is allowed to hit the ball in the wall on the way to the opponent's half or let the ball hit the wall on its own half before turning the ball over the net. The point is lost when the ball bounces twice on one side.

The ball cannot hit the wall directly, it must first bounce in the ground.

Good luck!


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  • Source: VisitGrenland AS
Statens Kartverk, Geovekst og kommuner - Geodata AS
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