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Outdoor Courts

Outdoor Tennis

Tennis & Pickleball

Grab your racquet and play tennis or pickleball! Courts are first come, first served, so there is no booking required for casual use of the outdoor courts. Please note the posted etiquette rules. For large groups and schools, please call 604-294-7459 for information, as bookings are required.

Hours: Courts without lights are open 7:30 AM until dusk. Courts with lights are open 7:30 AM-10:00 PM. Courts are open year-round, weather dependent. For more information, please call 604-294-7459

If you are looking for indoor tennis courts, please visit Cameron Recreation Complex

Park Name

Number & Type of Courts Lights Practice Walls
Bonsor Park 2 Tennis & Pickleball *
Brentwood Park 2 Tennis
Broadview Park 3 Tennis
Burnaby Heights Park 1 Tennis
Burnaby Heights Park #1-3 3 Pickleball
Burnaby Heights Park #4-7 4 Pickleball    
Burnaby Lake Sports Complex 17 Tennis
Burnaby South Parksite 3 Tennis    
Cariboo Park 2 Tennis & Pickleball *
Central Park 12 Tennis
Confederation Park 3 Tennis    
David Gray Park 2 Tennis
East Grove Park 1 Tennis    
Edmonds Park 2 Tennis & Pickleball *    
Ernie Winch Park 3 Tennis & Pickleball *  
Forest Grove Park 3 Tennis & Pickleball *    
Kensington Park 3 Tennis & Pickleball *
Keswick Park 2 Tennis & Pickleball *
Lou Moro Park (formerly Westridge Park) 2 Tennis & 8 Pickleball *
Mary Avenue Park 2 Tennis & Pickleball *
Maywood School Site 2 Tennis & Pickleball *
Robert Burnaby Park 3 Tennis
Ron McLean Park 3 Tennis    
Squint Lake Park 3 Tennis & Pickleball *    
Stoney Creek Park 2 Tennis & Pickleball *    
Willingdon Heights Park 4 Tennis

* These courts are shared and lined with both tennis and pickleball match boundaries.