Planning For Your Sport Court Design

When it comes to building a backyard basketball court, having some design ideas upfront is a good start.  There are many factors to take into consideration, for example, existing landscape, orientation, colors, lighting, placement, elevations, and materials.  Our design staff has over 40+ years of experience designing backyard basketball courts and Sport Court® multi-sport game courts.  It's important we sit down together and review all the options available. Also, if there is a landscape architect involved, we definitely want to be in that conversation as well.  After all, we've built over 25,000 courts in Northern California so we have a bit of experience in this department.

There are 23 different colors to choose from when looking at the modular Sport Court® Suspended Surface Options:

Sport Court Color Selection Chart

Here are a few of our favorite residential outdoor, backyard basketball court designs that we've completed.

Sport Court Backyard Residential Basketball Court Custom Danville Alamo California
Titanium Arc, Sand Court, Green Key and Kiwi NBA Key Extension.
Outdoor Sport Court Athletic Surfacing and Performance Flooring Basketball Court Tennis Hockey Futsal Soccer Volleyball Backyard Residential Games San Jose Atherton Woodside Sacramento Reno
Pickleball & Basketball Court. Rebounder System and Ball Containment Fencing on 2 Sides.
Backyard Basketball Court Sport Court Residential
Dark Blue Border, Kiwi Court, Dark Blue Key and Green NBA Key Extension.
Residential Backyard Sport Court Basketball Sacramento California
Rebounder, Ball Containment Fencing, Green Court, Kiwi Key and White Lines.
Residential Backyard Full Court Sport Court Lighting PowerGame Northern California Sacramento
LED Lighting. Titanium Border, Blue Court, Granite Key. Black Basketball and White Tennis.
Backyard Basketball Court Residential Sport Court Game Court Shuffleboard Tennis Volleyball Sonora Stockton Sacramento Yuba City Reno Sparks Fresno Visalia
Retaining Wall & Brown Containment Fencing. Basketball and Shuffleboard Court.


  1. Kurt Cappelluti on April 13, 2019 at 4:06 am

    would like a quote for a tennis court

    • barrettpark on April 15, 2019 at 9:42 pm

      Thanks for reaching out! We will have someone contact you soon to learn more and give you an estimate.

  2. Barbara Dye on October 15, 2019 at 9:53 pm

    Could you tell us something about the pros and cons of containment fencing?

    • barrettpark on October 16, 2019 at 2:47 pm

      Pros— keeps balls on the court and the see-through soft fencing is much more aesthetically pleasing in comparison to industrial chain link fencing.

      Cons— you have a 9’ – 10’ high fence structure around court which you may not want to see, however most customers want the ball containment element on their court.

  3. Fisal mohsini on March 22, 2021 at 4:39 am

    Would like to design basketball court with lines. Maybe warriors logo?

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