Tennis & Pickleball Courts

Pickleball

Pickleball is primarily played indoors at the Poirier Forum on six courts and at three community centres. Pickleball is also offered outdoors with lines painted on some of Coquitlam’s tennis courts and lacrosse boxes. Please bring your own equipment and portable pickleball nets. 

Facilities with Pickleball Courts

Bramble Park Court Conversion Project  

In order to provide much needed access to the rapidly growing sport of pickleball, the City will be converting the existing tennis courts located at Bramble Park (2775 Panorama Dr.) into eight permanent pickleball courts. Upgrades to the courts include: 

  • new LED lighting fixtures
  • recoating the playing surfaces 
  • new line markings

The courts will be closed for construction over a four to six week period starting April 25, dependent of weather conditions. 

Users are reminded that courts are shared and play is limited to 30-minutes maximum per group per court.

View our city-wide court availability

Tennis Courts

Coquitlam has more than thirty tennis courts and one half-court across 10 locations city-wide. Twenty-five of the outdoor courts are lit to accommodate longer playing hours.

All outdoor courts are available daily for public drop-in play.

To confirm whether a court is reserved for community programming and for the most up-to-date booking schedule, visit coquitlam.ca/availability.

Private court reservations are not available and private coaching or lessons is not permitted at any City operated tennis court.

Indoor Tennis

The Tennis Centre Coquitlam is a publicly owned, privately operated facility that offers indoor tennis programs, league play and court bookings on a fee to play basis.

1650 Foster Avenue
Coquitlam, BC
604-939-0028
Email the Tennis Centre
coquitlam.thetenniscentre.ca

Facilities with Tennis Courts

Tennis & Pickleball Services & Facilities Strategy 2017 to 2037

In May 2016, the City began developing a Tennis and Pickleball Services and Facilities Strategy to assist in identifying an appropriate level of service and model for delivering these services to the community over the next 15 to 20 years, as well as a framework to ensure the appropriate level of capital investment for new courts and maintenance of existing assets. The development of this strategy included consultation with local tennis and pickleball clubs, other relevant stakeholders and information gathered from a public survey.

The Tennis and Pickleball Services and Facilities Strategy was approved by Council on October 16, 2017. 

View the Tennis and Pickleball Services and Facilities Strategy (PDF).