Tennis In Chilliwack


Drop In Public Tennis at the Landing Sports Centre

has been cancelled until further notice.

We have four indoor tennis courts available to the public for private rentals or you can participate in our indoor public drop-in tennis program. This program runs from October to March every year.

Please call the Recreation & Culture Office at 604-793-2904, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for further information, cancellations and/or changes.

Tennis prices are as follows:

Singles:  Youth (each)-$6.50, Seniors (each)-$10.25 and Adults (each)-$13.25
Doubles: Youth (each)-$6.00, Seniors (each)-$7.50 and Adults (each)-$10.25
Monthly Youth Passes for students are available for $34.50 each

Chilliwack also has a number of outdoor tennis courts situated at many of our neighbourhood and community parks.  These courts are available for play on a first-come basis and at times may be booked for tournaments or clinics.

OUTDOOR TENNIS LOCATIONS (open to the public)

Chilliwack Area

Ashwell Park - 45372 Lenora Crescent (1 court)
Cornwall Park - 8720 Baker Drive (2 courts)
Portage Park (Dorothy Kostrzewa Tennis Courts)- 46490 Portage Avenue (4 courts)
Rosedale Community School - 50850 Yale Road (3 courts)
Strathcona Elementary - 46375 Strathcona Road (1 court)

Sardis Area

Greendale Elementary - 6621 Sumas Prairie Road (2 courts)
Mountview Park - 6617 Greenmount Street (1 court)
Sardis Senior Secondary - 45460 Stevenson Road (4 courts)
Watson Glen Park - 5745 Tyson Road (4 courts)
Wells Landing - 45426 Carriage Way (1 court)
Yarrow Community Centre - 4670 Community Street (2 courts)
G. W. Graham School - 45955 Thomas Road (4 courts)

To connect with other players, join organized drop-ins, ladders, tournaments, indoor groups during winter time, or for lesson inquiries, please contact the Chilliwack Tennis Society, "your portal to community tennis".

The Chilliwack Tennis Society  

Gudrun Anderson

Description Date File Size 
2020-2021 Public Tennis 2020-09-29 567KB 

IMPORTANT NEWS: Extreme Heat Alert

A heat warning is currently in effect for Chilliwack. The City of Chilliwack has temporarily opened several locations as cooling centres for residents to find relief.