Tennis & Pickleball Courts

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Blue Mountain Park Pickleball Pilot Program

Six pickleball courts with fixed nets and painted lines are being temporarily set up at Blue Mountain Park. The changes should be completed by the end of July, and the pilot will run for the remainder of the summer. For more information, see our Information Bulletin.

Tennis Locations 

Coquitlam ​has over thirty tennis courts and two half-courts in ​​10 locations. ​Twenty-seven of the courts are lit. ​There are five covered tennis courts at​ The Tennis Centre – Coquitlam.

Residents have the option to show up and use the outdoor courts for free casual play, or limited court bookings are available through  ​ 

  • Blue Mountain Park - One court (Two courts temporarily converted for pickleball pilot program)
    975 King Albert Avenue │map │No lighting
  • Bramble Park - Three courts
    2775 Panorama Drive │map │Has lighting
  • Tennis Centre - Coquitlam - Five courts
  • 1650 Foster Avenue │ mapRates & Booking │Has lighting
  • Eagle Ridge Park - Four courts
    2689 Guildford Way│map │Has lighting
  • Hickey Reservoir Park - ​​Six courts
    320 Hickey Drive│map │Has lighting
  • Mackin Park - Two courts
    1046 Brunette Avenue│map │Has lighting
  • Mariner Park - Two courts
    2985 Mariner Way│​map │No lighting
  • Panorama Park - Two courts
    1485 Johnson Street│map │Has lighting
  • Town Centre Park - Eight courts │ Tennis court use times
    1240 Pipeline Road│map │Has lighting
  • Poirier Civic Grounds - ​Two courts
    640 Poirier │map │No lighting

The Tennis Centre – Coquitlam

Operated in partnership with the City of Coquitlam, The Tennis Centre – Coquitlam, at 1650 Foster Ave., features a fully insulated air-supported bubble over five hard courts and a clubhouse with bathrooms and a kitchen.

Officially re-opened in February 2018, renovations to the facility include ​a new double-layer energy-efficient bubble and updated clubhouse, as well as new overhead lighting, tennis court resurfacing and improvements to the building’s accessibility.

While the primary focuses ​are tennis instruction and public play on the covered courts, the facilities are designed to accommodate tournaments at the local, provincial, national and international levels.

Booking fees have been set to be in line with comparable local facilities, while ensuring anyone who is passionate about the game can learn and play, regardless of income. There are no membership fees.

For more information, visit or call 604-939-0028.

CIB 01 245x170Pickleball Locations

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.

Indoor Facilities

Outdoor Facilities

  • Blue Mountain Park Tennis Courts – Six courts
    975  King Albert Ave. | map
  • Eagle Ridge Lacrosse Box – Four courts
    1248 Landsdowne Dr. | map
  • Mariner Park Tennis Courts – Three courts
    2985 Mariner Way │map
  • Mountain View Park Lacrosse Box – Four courts
    751 Smith Ave. | map
  • Mundy Park Lacrosse Box – Four courts
    641 Hillcrest St. | map
  • Panorama Park Tennis Courts – Two courts
    148​5 Johnson St. │map
  • Poirier Tennis Courts – Four courts
    640 Poirier St. | map

Tennis and Pickleball Services and Facilities Strategy 2017 - 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 15-20 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 Oct. 16, 2017.