Tennis Courts

Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public, rectangular playing surfaces (generally grass, clay or concrete) that are appropriately configured and used for tennis.



A public park located in Greensville.  Includes baseball diamonds, playground equipment, tennis courts, and washroom facilities.

A public park located in Carlisle.  Includes playground equipment and tennis courts. 

Village Green Park located in Ancaster.  Includes lawn bowling facilities and tennis courts. 

Dundas Driving Park is a popular sports park with several softball fields, a bandshell, swings, independent play equipment such as climbers and slides, a wading pool with spray pad, an accessible play structure, an outdoor ice rink, and sheltered picnic areas.

Recreational tennis club offering programs for adults and youth, along with tournaments events.  

Location of the Stoney Creek Tennis Club, located within Green Acres Park, off of Queenston Road.  The Clubhouse can be used by members for meetings and social activities year round.  Tennis courts are outdoors.  Cross the bridge at the end of the baseball diamond in Little League Ball Park to ac

A recreational tennis league offering a full range of games, tournaments, and lessons for all ages and skill levels. 

A community based tennis club offering youth and adult programs, along with tournaments and private lessons. 

A recreational tennis league offering junior and adult lessons, along with round robin, tournament, and social events.  New members are welcome. 

A community tennis club located in Greensville.  Group and private lessons are available.  Members are given a key to access the courts.  No reservations are required.  New members are welcome. 

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