Did you know that you can play tennis at one of 184 tennis courts in city neighbourhoods? That includes free and paid courts in Stanley Park! Vancouver's Park Board offers classes to all ages and skill levels all year. Take a lesson, register for a program, or join a drop-in class at a community centre near you.
Register for recreation programs and services. Our registration and reservation system is easy to navigate and helps you plan, track, and manage all your recreation requests in one place. Online registration is not available for Thunderbird and Ray-Cam Co-operative community centres.
Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation. The Vancouver Park Board is the only elected body of its kind in Canada. Formed in 1888 as a committee to manage the new Stanley Park, its history is as old as the city's itself. It has exclusive possession, jurisdiction, and control over more than 230 public parks in Vancouver and a large public ...
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For the English Bay tennis courts, there is a parking lot right next to them. Enter Stanley Park via Beach Avenue, take the first right after the Vancouver Parks Board Office and go straight for about 100 metres into the parking lot.
The Kerrisdale Community Centre operates tennis lessons at Elm Park in the spring and summer. Description: As part of the Vancouver Park Board’s Field House Activation Program project space and access to parks is provided to foster community-engaged activity that focuses: arts, culture, sport, environment, local food and social encounters.
The Vancouver park board closed public outdoor recreation spaces, including tennis courts, volleyball nets, basketball courts, skate parks, and exercise equipment, on March 22.
Players are welcome to use Vancouver’s free, public courts on a first come, first serve basis. Remember, on busy summer days to limit your play to 30 minutes, allowing the next group time to enjoy the court. New to tennis? No problem. The Vancouver Parks Board offers classes for all ages and abilities. Take a lesson, register for a program or join a drop-in class.