Outdoor Tennis / Pickleball Courts
Tennis and Pickleball Courts are now CLOSED for the season. These will remain closed until May. Please check chart below for locations and updates.
The City of Saskatoon owns and operates 38 outdoor tennis courts and 26 pickleball courts at 12 locations throughout the city.
Types of Courts
All of the City courts are asphalt with a painted base. Many have more than one court at each location (refer to the table below to confirm locations and number of courts at each location).
The City operates 1 indoor tennis court and 4 indoor pickleball courts located in the Saskatoon Field House (2020 College Drive). For more information, please visit Saskatoon Field House.
|Park||Address||Area of City||Number of Tennis Courts||Number of Pickleball Courts||Status|
|Father Basil Markle Park||105th Street (North of A.C.T. Skating Rink)||East||0||9||
|Forest Park||Nelson Road (North east of St. Joseph High School)||East||3||2||CLOSED|
|Ashworth Holmes Park||Avenue D and 31st Street||West||1||0||CLOSED|
|James Girgulis||McCormack Road and Gropper Crescent||West||4||4||CLOSED|
|Scott Park||Between Rusholme Road and 29th Street (West of E.D. Feehan High School)||West||4||2||CLOSED|
|Umea Park||Pinehouse Drive and La Ronge Road (east of Lawson Civic Centre)||North||3||9||CLOSED|
|W.J.L. Harvey (South)||Lenore Drive (west of Marion Graham Collegiate)||North||4||0||CLOSED|
|Albert Park||Clarence Avenue and 12th Street||South||2||0||CLOSED|
|Lakeview Park||Kingsmere Blvd (Located east of Lakeview School - access off of Emerald Crescent)||South||3||0||
|Nutana Kiwanis Park||Porter Street and McEown Avenue (East of Market Mall)||South||6||0||CLOSED|
|Sidney Buckwold||McKercher Drive (North of Duncan Crescent)||South||4||0||CLOSED|
|Rotary Park||Saskatchewan Crescent and McPherson Avenue||Central||4||0||CLOSED|
The outdoor tennis/pickleball season generally runs from the beginning of May through September 30th annually, weather permitting.
Please refer to the above table to confirm court locations and operating status. The status will be updated as courts become 'closed for the season' or 'open for the season'. Most City-owned courts are fenced and locked during the off-season to prevent and reduce vandalism and damage.
When weather permits, outdoor courts may open for the season early. If the tennis nets are up and the gates are unlocked, the public is free to play. Rules and regulations are clearly posted on the fencing.
**Please note: With the exception of the courts at Father Basil Markle, Pickleball nets are not provided by the City. Users are welcome to bring their own nets for use and should be removed once play has concluded.
Casual tennis/pickleball play operates on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please note that all City-owned courts limit players to 30 minutes when people are waiting to play.
Please call Allocations at 306-975-3366 to book courts for a special event or a tournament.