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Regent Park Athletic Grounds is one of the most popular places to play pickleball in Toronto, ON. There are 8 outdoor courts. The lines are permanent, and portable nets are available. Reservations are not available. Amenities include restrooms and water. The courts are free.
480 Shuter Street, Toronto
Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre is a place to play pickleball in Toronto, ON. There are 2 outdoor courts. The lines are permanent, but you'll need to bring your own net. The courts are free.
870 Queen St. E., Toronto
Trinity Bellwoods Park is one of the most popular places to play pickleball in Toronto, ON. There are 4 outdoor courts. The lines are permanent, but you'll need to bring your own net. The courts are free.
790 Queen St. W., Toronto
Cummer Park is a place to play pickleball in North York, ON. There are 3 outdoor courts with lines overlaid on the tennis courts, with permanent tennis nets, so taller than a normal pickleball net. The courts are free.
6000 Leslie Street, North York
Melati Mas Sports is one of the most popular places to play pickleball in Pickering. There are 6 indoor courts. These are dedicated courts with permanent lines and nets. A one-time fee is required to play
1420 Bayly St., Unit 8, Pickering
Membership is $56 monthly which includes Pickleball. Drop in for 17+ for a fee.. Registration strongly recommended as maximum 24 fills up quickly. Website: Drop-In Pickleball - (All Access - 17+) | TPASC - Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre
The city has both 60+ and all ages Pickleball open play programs across the city. Click here to find the community centre closest to you, scroll down to "Drop-in Programs" & click "Sports". If that centre offers pickleball, the schedule will show here (free for 60+)
Most of the YMCA's have multi-purpose gyms where pickleball can be played-some offer learn to play clinics as well. Membership is required. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
These are public (tennis) courts which have pickleball lines and are open to the public. Some have nets, and some you need to bring your own. See here.