Whether you’re a top-tier tennis star, or you’re pickle balling on a budget, Lethbridge has lots of public tennis courts. Day or night you’ll always have a court ready and waiting for some 40-love. Work on your serve, or rally with a bestie at any of these tennis courts in the city, free of charge.
Many of the courts also double as pickleball courts, with lines and adjustable nets, which we will be sure to note when such is the case. Whether you’ve got big bucks and the best ball beater on the market, or pocket lint and grandpa's rackets, you’re sure to have a good time playing tennis in Lethbridge.
Westminster School and Park
Perfect for families with kids of all ages, the Westminster School Park not only has lovely fenced tennis courts but a playground as well. Whether there are little ones amongst you, or you love a good climb on the jungle gym, this is the court you’ve been looking for.
43rd Street Tennis Court
Nestled in a neighbourhood just a few blocks from the spectacular Henderson lake Golf Course sits the 43rd Street Tennis Court. While small and maybe a bit rougher around the edges, this is one of the best places to go for some genuinely one-on-one time, as this is the only single, secluded court in the city. With fencing and large hills surrounding one side of the court, losing a tennis ball is nearly impossible. The only thing you leave without is a frown on your face and the calories you burnt.
Accessible to the public and surrounded by other great outdoor amenities is Kinsman Park, sure to be the best option for anyone looking to play tennis and more. These are great double courts, so you can also play pickleball, with full fencing and a bench in the centre for resting. After your game, head across the street to the bright green urban grocer and grab a snack, drink, or even some groceries (you’re already at the grocery store anyway).
This park has everything a group of any size, multi-talented, multi-hobbied and fun-loving people could never dream of being in a park. On top of great tennis and pickleball courts surrounded by fencing, this is one beautiful place to play. If tennis is not for everyone, they have more than enough amenities to keep everyone active. With basketball courts, a playground, and a skate park, this park has you covered no matter your penchant.
Gyro Tennis Courts
As part of the Winston Churchill School Development, there is no clear border where this multi-use block becomes a school or tennis court. These courts and their location mean you can keep your head in the game, eyes on the ball, and mind on the prize! At this court, you can expect wide open fields to promise the unlikelihood of losing a tennis ball to traffic and that noise pollution should be at a minimum.
The quadruple threat known as the Crossings Park is beloved by all. This park is a spike, touchdown, three-pointer, and home run rolled into one! The park is surrounded by the serpentine chain-link fence’s grasp and basketball courts, a football field, and a baseball diamond. With open-space tennis courts, this is a unique experience compared to many other courts.