L'Amoreaux Tennis CourtsTennis anyone? Get into the swing of things with almost 200 locations throughout the city. Tennis is a great way to have fun, get fit and challenge yourself at any skill level. Courts are open from April to October (weather permitting). Visit our Key Dates calendar to look up this year's seasonal opening and closing dates.

Parks, Forestry and Recreation also offers structured programs that provide tennis players of all ages with opportunities to start learning, improve techniques, and work on advanced play.

Court Types

Two types of courts are available - public and club.

Public courts are free and available to the public at all times. Most are located in parks across the city and nets are provided. Casual tennis play is on a first come, first served basis. Players may play for half hour intervals, and must vacate these courts on the hour and half-hour unless otherwise noted.

Club courts are generally permitted by community tennis clubs, which encourage the growth of tennis by providing programs and organizing events for their members. Many clubs are actively seeking new members, so contact your local club for an application. Community Clubs also have 4 free prime time hours for the public to play during the week. Please confirm the hours of access at your club location as they vary from site to site. Non-members may be asked to pay a non-member fee to access community club sites outside public hours.

Please Note Outdoor Community Tennis Clubs that have clay courts are not included during the public use times.

Click on the link below to see a map of tennis court locations and find out more about community tennis clubs
View tennis courts listings in Toronto PDF


Tennis Pilot Project

Tennis racket and ballThe City of Toronto is looking at implementing a permit booking system for public tennis courts and is planning on piloting the idea from April to October 2017 at 4 locations, one in each district. 

This would allow you to book a tennis court at one of the pilot locations for a period of one hour for a small permit fee. At multi- court locations, only one court would be permitted and the rest of the courts would remain first-come, first-served.

For more information, please contact: Project Manager, S. Lewis.

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