Pickleball Court Line ChalkCourt Line Chalk (also know as Rail Road Crayon Chalk) can be quickly and easily applied to the ground to create court lines for a pickleball court. This is the perfect solution for those who need immediate court lines for a temporary court. The chalk works best on hard, dark surfaces such as asphalt or concrete. The dark backgrounds make the bright yellow or white color of the chalk radiant and is near impossible to miss. Keep in mind that this product is designed for short-term use and will wash off over time or when it rains.
Each stick of Pickleball Court Line Chalk measures 4 inches long and 1 inch wide. Each piece has a tapered design. It has a slight coating on the outside, which reduces mess and ensures stress-free use. The quality of this chalk is superior to typical sidewalk chalk; it is formulated with a minimal oil base which repels water slightly better than normal, run-of-the-mill chalk does. This chalk is great for creating spur-of-the-moment pickleball courts in parking lots, driveways or school playgrounds.
On piece of chalk will typically outlines 1-2 courts. This is partially dependent on the court surface (rougher surfaces would use more chalk), how hard you push on the chalk, and how thick you make the court lines.
Available in the following colors: yellow and white.
Reviewer: Laura Whitfield from Mexico Beach, FL United States
If you play on a tennis court, you will need chalk to at least mark off the kitchen if not the true dimensions of the court.
Reviewer: Chuck Borozinski from Green Valley, AZ United States
One of the only places I've been able to find large pieces of chalk for marking.
Reviewer: Walter Fenn from New Bern, NC United States
The chalk is soft and convenient to lay out a temporary court. It is easy to use and clearly marks out the court. It does wash away almost completely after a rainstorm.
Sep 8, 2021
The easiest way to mark a tennis court for pickleball.
Aug 13, 2021
Thank you for a well done online experience. Prompt, accurate, and ease navigating your site.
chalk is thick
Jul 3, 2021
chalk is thick and works easy
Jan 4, 2021
Used this past weekend on a damp court, chalk went down well on wet court. Easy to see lines, more expensive than chalk at other sites but worth it.
Nice temporary lines
Nov 5, 2020
This shows up well and rubs off really easy when you're done playing