Booking a Court
To book a court in advance with your b Active Pass or court reservation card, call:
|Bonsor Complex||604-297-4597||press 9 ext. 3228|
|*Subject to Court Booking Policies.|
|$5.71 per person
$51.50 per person
$4.29 per person
$38.70 per person
Bonsor: M-F, 4:30pm-Close
Cameron: M-F, 4pm-Close; Sa & Su, All Day & Stat Holidays
Payment for Courts
Full payment for court bookings should be made prior to playing by BOTH players.
Payment can be made with a b active pass, a b active punchcard or with cash, debit or credit card. All parties paying for the courts will have their last names placed on the booking sheets. b active pass holders will be limited to two ½ court payments for primetime and two ½ court payments for non-primetime courts per day.
In Advance: With your b Active Pass or court reservation card ($16.48 per year, valid at both complexes), you can reserve a court up to seven days in advance. No advance bookings by phone without one of these passes/cards.
Drop-in: Use your court reservation card and pay the court fee. Without a court reservation card or Active Pass, pay the $2.14 one-time booking fee plus the court fee. At Cameron Complex, you can book two courts per week per sport. Indoor tennis players at Cameron can book two non-prime times and two prime times per week (4 hours/courts per week). All tennis players at Cameron must have a court reservation card or pay the $2.10 guest fee per person. At Bonsor, you can book a maximum of two prime time courts per week and a maximum of two non-prime time courts per day.
Cancellations & Penalties: You can cancel a reservation without penalty if you give at least 24 hours’ notice. If you make a late court cancellation (and the court was not re-booked), you are charged cash for the court, or you can pay with one punch of your 10-visit pass. You will not be able to scan your unlimited pass for payment of a penalty.
Practice Courts: Call to arrange single-player practice court time for squash and racquetball (same-day bookings only). Regular court fees will be charged for all multiple-player court use.