Reservations can be made 48 hours in advance by telephone or on-site by speaking to the attendant. Parc Médéric-Martin tennis courts. Telephone: 514 714-2144. Fees must be paid in person no less than 10 minutes before your reserved time, or the court will offered to a person on the waiting list. Fees.
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Located in Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Parc Somerled. Address. 4900 Avenue de Hampton. Montréal, QC H3X 3P7. View map. Parc Somerled features 12 tennis courts.
Tennis courts available for Tennis Montreal activities and free practice. ... Parc De La Vérendrye: Pratique libre: 5900 Rue Drake, Montréal, QC H4E 4M1, Canada:
Last updated September 2, 2021. Located in Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Parc Martin-Luther-King. Address. 3220, avenue Appleton. Montréal, QC H3S 2T3. View map. Parc Martin-Luther-King features 10 tennis courts.
Reserve a sports facility. Want to reserve a tennis, badminton or volleyball court? A ping-pong table? Here’s how to rent a sports facility. To make a request for information or ask for a reimbursement, you must contact the borough from the Loisirs Montréal site (in French) in the activity details section or the organization directly.
To reserve your court (please note that this procedure does not apply to the IGA Stadium): Go to loisirs.montreal.ca. Click on “Reservation of spaces”. Click on “Tennis. At the top of the page, select the borough where you want to reserve your court. Click on the GREEN “+” next to the desired time slot.
There are 12 public tennis courts at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are not lighted. We have 8 active tennis friends presently listed at Somerled. You can call this tennis location at .
Located in Montréal, Club CDL is home to 9 indoor clay Tennis courts, 4 indoor hard courts, 6 outdoor clay courts, 4 Squash courts, 2 Racquetball courts, a beautiful indoor soccer field, an outdoor pool and of course, a first-class fitness/gym facility. We offer climate controlled indoor sports and fitness facilities, a restaurant and a pro-shop. Stop by for a free visit to see our first-class facilities and meet our friendly, professional staff.
In the mid-90s, Tennis Canada in collaboration with the City of Montreal, decided to build a permanent facility for Montrealers, one that would meet the highest international standards, to hold International Tennis Federation tournaments as well as to promote the sport to the general public.