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Greater Sudbury

Tennis

Empty tennis court at Jame Jerome Playing Field

Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre

The Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre is a non-profit community tennis facility established in 1992. It is located at Queen’s Athletic Field, situated at the end of Cypress Street. Lessons are available for juniors, adults and all skill levels.

Phone:  705-688-1414

Website: www.sudburytennis.ca

E-mail: info@sudburytennis.ca

Please note: Times, sites and fees for all programs are subject to change.

Outdoor Tennis Courts

Tennis courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis from May to October, weather permitting. Courts are open at dawn. Lighted courts are open until 11:00 pm. Please respect the rules of fair play and the rights of other court users. Please report any damage or unsafe conditions to the City of Greater Sudbury at 705-674-4455, ext. 4570.

Capreol

Capreol Community Centre/Arena: two lit courts, 20 Meehan St.
Norman Playground: one lit court, Stull St.

Chelmsford

Côté Park: three lit courts

Coniston

Tennis courts at outdoor rink: four lit courts, 1 Government Rd.

Copper Cliff

Tennis Club Road: two courts, behind Bryston’s

Dowling

Dowling Leisure Centre: two courts, 79 Main St. W

Falconbridge

Falconbridge Recreation Centre: two lit courts,  Edison Rd.

Garson

Brady Sports Complex: two lit courts,  O’Neil Dr.

Hanmer

Lions Den: one court, off St. Joseph St.

Lively

Kinsmen Sports Complex: two courts, MR 55 to Hillcrest Dr. in the Mikkola subdivision.

Tennis Courts and Playground:  two lit courts, MR 24 at Main St.

Onaping

Fraser St. two courts

Skead

Skead Recreation Centre: one lit court

Sudbury

Carmichael Arena: two courts, 1298 Bancroft Dr.

Delki Dozzi Memorial Park: one lit court, Mary St.

Honourable James Jerome Sports Complex: four courts, Paris St. at Centennial Dr.  (Formerly Lily Creek Sports Complex)

Lasalle Secondary School: four courts, 1545 Kennedy St.

O’Connor: two courts, Morin St.

Lockerby Composite School: two courts

Quinn at Logan: two courts

Sacré Cœur: four courts, Notre Dame Ave.

Sudbury Secondary School: three courts, 85 Mackenzie St.

Twin Forks: three courts, Gary St.

Val Caron

Confederation Secondary School: two courts, 1918 Main St. W

Val Therese

Elmview: two lit courts, off Elmview Dr.

Wahnapitae

Wahnapitae Community Centre: one court