Tennis and Pickleball

New courts at Forest Glade parkThe City of Windsor offers many parks with unsupervised tennis courts for you and your friends to play a friendly game or two! Courts are open from 8:00 a.m. until dark. Each season, tennis and sports courts will be open by the end of April until October 31, weather permitting.

Locations with lights are indicated below and are open until 11:00 p.m. On average, each location has anywhere from two to four courts with the exception of Forest Glade, which has six new tennis courts and ten new pickleball courts. Court lights will not be utilized during the winter months in order to conserve energy.

Sports courts are open courts – some created from converted tennis courts that facilitate ball hockey, roller hockey or any other outdoor court type activity. Other sports courts may have basketball hoops for shooting and full-court or half-court basketball games.

Locations with sports courts are marked in the list below:

West Windsor

Veteran's Memorial Park (painted pickleball lines)
Central Park (with lights)
Bellewood Park (painted pickleball lines)

Central Windsor

Mitchell Park - new surface and nets
Garry Dugal Park (with lights and sports court)
Remington Booster Park (with lights) (painted pickleball lines)
Jackson Park (with lights)
Somme Park (with sports court)

East Windsor

East End Park
Realtor Park
Forest Glade Optimist Park (with lights) - New pickleball and tennis courts opened in August!​

Please Note: Courts at Parkside Tennis Club (Jackson Park) are not operated by Parks and Recreation. Please call (519) 977-7746 for booking information.

Court Rules

  1. All City of Windsor parks are smoke-free. 
  2. Skate boarding, Rollerblading, Biking is Prohibited.
  3. Hockey is not permitted on courts.
  4. No dogs.
  5. Pick up after yourself and use trash bins. 

Court Etiquette

  1. Limit your playing time to half an hour when others are waiting.
  2. Play doubles whenever possible to allow maximum number of players on the court.
  3. Wear soft-soled shoes on the court.
  4. Notify us of any court deficiencies.

Parks and Recreation
2450 McDougall Street
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
N8X 3N6

Telephone: For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call (519) 253-2300.
Fax: (519) 255-7990
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