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Tennis - Montreal

In warm weather, you can enjoy playing casual tennis in Montréal’s parks. In cold weather, there are indoor courts in some municipal parks and sports centres. In some cases, there may be a fee, but many courts are free of charge to Loisirs cardholders, while others are free to anyone. Outdoor courts are available from the beginning of May to mid-October, depending on weather conditions.

Reserve a sports facility - Montreal

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.

Loisirs Montréal

The Loisirs Montréal service. Using this service, which is available on the loisirs.montreal.ca site, you can see the season’s sports and recreational activies offered by the city and its partners in most boroughs. You can register yourself or your kids for English classes, zumba or yoga, for spring break or the entire summer.

Reserve an outdoor tennis court - Montreal

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.

How to book a court - Tennis Montréal

The Tennis Montréal card does not apply to court reservations. 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.

Sports and Recreation - Montreal

Using the Loisirs Montréal online service, you can see the season’s sports and recreational activies, and in many boroughs, you can use it to register. You can also reserve sports facilities and register for certain day camps. March break. During spring break, families in Montréal can enjoy many cultural, educational and sports activities.

Tennis Montreal lessons, leagues and tournaments registration

The membership card is mandatory to follow our activities (except for the registration to the Omnium tournament and to the Lake Road and Lasalle parks activities). Montreal resident: $42 Non-Montreal resident: $62 Montreal Junior Resident: Free Non resident of Montreal Junior: $25

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