Outdoor Courts

Grab your racquet or paddle for a round of tennis or pickleball at our outdoor courts

Our courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so there's no booking required for casual games of tennis or pickleball. Thank you in advance for following our posted etiquette rules when you're on the courts.

The City has specific court locations which may be available for tournament bookings. To request a booking, please complete the following application and submit to [email protected]

Liability insurance

Commercial general liability insurance is required to rent any City facility- please check with the facility for specific requirements. You may purchase insurance through an independent broker of your choice, or receive a quote through AON Insurance

Disclaimer: The City of Burnaby offers access to the AON Insurance portal for the convenience of our user groups only, and does not recommend, endorse, approve and/or favour any one insurance provider over another.    

Court hours

  • Courts without lights are open 7:30 am until dusk.
  • Courts with lights are open 7:30 am-10 pm.
  • Courts are open year-round, weather dependent.

Central Park tennis courts 1-4 are closed for maintenance. Work is expected to be completed by June 20, 2024 (as weather permits). Sorry for the inconvenience!

New! Multi-use boxes

Enjoy organized sports, casual play, or recreation programs at one of our outdoor boxes at Confederation, Riverway and Cariboo Hill.

View schedule information

Court locations

If you're looking for indoor tennis courts, please visit Cameron Recreation Complex.

Park name Number and type of courts Lights Practice walls

Bonsor Park

2 Tennis & 6 Pickleball*



Brentwood Park

2 Tennis



Broadview Park

3 Tennis


Burnaby Heights Park

1 Tennis
12 Pickleball (5 shared courts / 7 stand-alone)



Burnaby Lake Sports Complex

17 Tennis


Burnaby South Memorial Park

3 Tennis



Cariboo Park

2 Tennis & 2 Pickleball*



Cariboo Hill School Park - Sports Box 6 Pickleball**    

Central Park
Closed for maintenance (reopening spring 2024)

12 Tennis

Confederation Park

3 Tennis & 10 Pickleball*



David Gray Park

2 Tennis & 2 Pickleball*


East Grove Park

1 Tennis & 1 Pickleball*



Edmonds Park

2 Tennis & 4 Pickleball*



Ernie Winch Park

2 Tennis & 2 Pickleball*



Forest Grove Park

3 Tennis
9 Pickleball (8 shared courts / 1 stand-alone)



Kensington Park

3 Tennis & 3 Pickleball*



Keswick Park

2 Tennis & 6 Pickleball*



Lou Moro Park (formerly Westridge Park)

2 Tennis & 8 Pickleball*


Mary Avenue Park

2 Tennis & 2 Pickleball*



Maywood School Site

2 Tennis & 2 Pickleball*



Robert Burnaby Park

3 Tennis & 10 Pickleball*


Ron McLean Park

3 Tennis



Squint Lake Park

4 Tennis
12 Pickleball (4 stand-alone / 4 shared courts)


Stoney Creek Park

2 Tennis & 2 Pickleball*



Willingdon Heights Park

4 Tennis

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

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

Tennis and pickleball hours (pilot project)

We've set designated times for tennis and pickleball at Keswick and Bonsor Parks. If no player is on the court during the dedicated sport time, either sport may play. However, if players of the dedicated sport arrive, the court must be vacated. 

  • Monday and Wednesday
    • 8 am to noon: Tennis 
    • 5 pm to dusk: Pickleball 
  • Tuesday and Thursday
    • 8 am to noon: Pickleball 
    • 5 pm to dusk: Tennis
  • Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • First come, first served. 


Pickleball courts are available on a first come, first served basis. There's no fee and no advanced booking required, but please bring your own equipment. You may bring your own portable nets. Burnaby residents are able to access nets stored in lockboxes at select courts.

New combination lock access to pickleball nets
Burnaby residents are able to access nets stored in lockboxes at selected courts.
Register for the net lockbox combination.

Lockbox requirements

  • Box access is for Burnaby residents only.
  • Do not share the lock combination with others.
  • Boxes must be kept locked at all times.
  • Boxes are for pickleball nets only. Other items are not permitted to be stored. 
  • Nets cannot be removed from the court, and must be returned to the box at the end of play.
  • The combination will be changed yearly, and may changed more frequently if boxes are used improperly. Visit this page (Burnaby.ca/OutdoorCourts) for a link to receive the latest combination. 
  • Please report any damage or issues to [email protected] 

Court etiquette and rules

  • City of Burnaby sport lessons and allotments have priority
  • The maximum court time is 30 minutes, if others are waiting to play. No additional time can be added if you substitute players.
  • Practice time is included in your 30-minute allotted playing time.
  • 2-4 players must be present and wait facing the court to claim it.
  • Avoid interfering with play on the courts that are either side of yours.
  • Appropriate conduct and language is expected.
  • Please use non-marking shoes and equipment.
  • Other sport activities like rollerblading, skateboarding, scootering, ball hockey and cycling aren't permitted on the courts.
  • Dogs either on-leash or off-leash aren't allowed on the courts at any time.
  • If these court rules aren't followed, the courts may be closed.
  • Use caution if it's been raining or snowing–the court surface may be slippery when wet or icy.

Please report any maintenance issues:

Phone: 604-294-7206
Email: [email protected]

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