At O’Hanlon Park Padel Centre, we’re proud to offer the largest and most state-of-the-art indoor Padel courts in Ireland. With 5 indoor  courts and a convenient pay-as-you-go system, we’re dedicated to providing the best Padel experience for players of all levels.


O’Hanlon Park boasts a 30 bay double tier Golf range with 15 outdoor practice bays. While the Golf Studio offers a large range of Golf Clubs and Putters from the Worlds leading Brands


At Celbridge Football Park we have 10 5-a-side all-weather floodlit, Astro pitches  fully enclosed and covered with high quality synthetic grass.

Padel Zone

Despite being a new game, padel is becoming one of the most popular racket sports in many countries. The secret: it’s aimed at everyone and it’s easy to learn!

Over the last few years padel has spread globally with currently, over 10 million participants play the sport in over 30 countries.


At O’Hanlon Park we have Ireland first and only indoor courts, which are available to rent for tournaments or just for fun.

  • 5 Indoor Padel Courts
  • Ireland’s Largest Padel Centre
  • Pay-as-You-Go Option
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities
  • Friendly and Welcoming Atmosphere


Courts can be booked using our Playtomic page or App. Alternatively Give us a call on 01 6288833

Please note if you do not have your own paddle racket one can rented. 

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What is Padel?

Padel is a racquet sport that combines the elements of tennis, squash and badminton. It is only played in doubles and is practiced outdoors as much as indoors.


Below outlines some of the rules and features



Dimensions: 200m² (10x20m) A net divides the court into two sides Windows and steel fences surround the court

The Play

The Play

The ball must bounce on the ground before touching any structure. It can then be played again before the second bounce!



The point starts with a serve which must be hit to the opposite square Serve is underhanded, with 2 attempts allowed



Scoring is exactly the same as tennis Six games are needed to win a set and the team which wins two sets wins the game

The Balls

The Balls

Padel balls are similar to tennis balls but have less pressure in order to adapt to the small size of the court but also to the game with the fence.


The Racquet

A Padel racquet is solid with no strings but must be perforated. It is smaller and more compact than a tennis racquet.