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15 Best Pickleball Courts in Toronto

15 Best Pickleball Courts in Toronto

On the hunt for the best pickleball courts in Toronto to get your game on?

Adam and I recently started playing pickleball, and we’ve been having so much fun trying out this new and wildly popular sport.

It’s sort of a combination between tennis and ping pong, and it’s even great for people who aren’t super athletic!

I’ve never been great at any sports, and it’s really cool seeing how quickly I’ve been able to improve with my hand-eye coordination by playing pickleball lol.

Here are some of the best pickleball courts to play at in Toronto!

Keep in mind that you’ll have to bring your own nets to some courts, and some courts are located on existing hockey rinks or tennis courts.

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Best pickleball courts in Toronto

High Park in Toronto, Ontario

High Park

High Park is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful parks in Toronto.

It’s most popular during cherry blossom season, but it’s such a lovely spot to visit all year-round!

You can find 8 pickleball courts, 14 tennis courts, an outdoor pool, 2 sport fields, and more.

The dedicated pickleball courts are on a hockey rink and you must bring your own nets, but there are 3 tennis courts that have pickleball lines and nets.

They’ve even got a free zoo here that’s perfect for kids to enjoy!

LOCATION: 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON

Cedarvale Park

This lovely park located by Forest Hill is a hub for outdoor activities, with 2 pickleball courts with nets, 4 tennis courts, a ball diamond, cricket field, and more.

There are even off-leash dog areas and dog fountains for your little furry friends.

You’ll also find really nice trails running through this Midtown oasis, where you can walk or bike along the ravine.

During the spring, you can enjoy the pretty cherry blossoms, and during the winter, you can enjoy tobogganing here if you’ve got kiddos!

The park is less than a 10 minute walk from Eglinton West Station if you’re taking the TTC.

If you’re in the mood for a sweet post-pickleball treat, head over to Bar Ape for gelato or Dutch Dreams for decked-out ice cream cones!

LOCATION: 443 Arlington Ave, York, ON

Kew Gardens pickleball courts in Toronto

Kew Gardens

Located right in the heart of the Beaches is the beautiful Kew Gardens, which offers lovely sights alongside plenty of amenities.

The park has 5 pickleball courts, a ball hockey pad, a ball diamond, and more to enjoy.

The pickleball courts are on the hockey rink, and you’ll have to bring your own nets to play.

Kew Gardens Tennis Club is also located right by here, so you can watch people playing tennis.

There’s also plenty of green space, perfect for a summer picnic!

We also stumbled across an artisan market one weekend here, so you might be lucky to catch some fun events while you’re here.

Jonathan Ashbridge Park is also located a few minutes away and has 2 pickleball courts with nets.

LOCATION: 2075 Queen St E, Toronto, ON

Skyline view from Riverdale Park East in Toronto

Riverdale Park East

Riverdale Park East offers the most magical sunset views, and they’ve also got pickleball courts.

The park itself is divided between east and west, and you’ll find the 6 pickleball courts on the east side of the park.

One of the pickleball courts is on one of the tennis courts (so it has a net), while the rest are all on an outdoor hockey rink.

Pickleball court at Riverdale Park East in Toronto
There are pickleball lines and a net on one of the tennis courts.

The hockey rink does get used by local sports teams and you’ll have to bring your own nets.

You’ll also find plenty of other facilities like tennis courts, table tennis, outdoor fitness equipment, an outdoor track, and an outdoor pool.

Skyline view from Riverdale Park East in Toronto

While you’re here, you’ve also gotta enjoy the gorgeous views of the Toronto skyline.

Grab takeout nearby in East Chinatown and have yourself a little picnic at the park!

LOCATION: 550 Broadview Ave & 375 Sumach St, Toronto, ON

Ramsden Park

Ramsden Park is located right in the Rosedale neighbourhood, and they’ve got 8 pickleball courts on-site.

7 of the courts are on a hockey rink with no nets provided, and one is shared with a tennis court and has a net.

You’ll also find plenty of other sport amenities including 12 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts, a ball diamond, and more.

There’s also a dog park here if you have any doggos!

You can find Ramsden Park right by Rosedale Station, so it’s super accessible.

Head up Yonge Street afterwards to grab a delicious smoothie or drink at Nutbar!

LOCATION: 1020 Yonge St & Ramsden Park Rd, Toronto, ON

Jeff Healey Park

This stunning park in Etobicoke is named after a famous musician who grew up in the area, and you’ll even find some musical instruments around the park.

Jeff Healey Park offers one pickleball court, 2 tennis courts, a ball diamond, and a playground.

If the court is busy, you can visit Park Lawn Park nearby, which has 3 pickleball courts.

Be sure to head to Tom’s Dairy Freeze afterwards for their delicious soft serve!

LOCATION: 1 Delroy Dr, Etobicoke, ON

Greenwood Park

Find Greenwood Park in the heart of Leslieville, with plenty of great amenities and offerings.

This family-friendly park has 4 pickleball courts, a table tennis table, a ball diamond, outdoor fitness equipment, and more.

The pickleball courts are located on a hockey rink, and the whole structure is actually covered, which is super nice if you don’t want the sun boiling down on you!

People do play hockey here during the summer as well, so you might not be able to play pickleball when the space is already being used.

There are also no nets, so you’ll have to bring your own.

Greenwood Park also has an outdoor pool during the summer months and an outdoor rink/trail during the winter months!

Definitely head next door afterwards to enjoy some amazing pizza from Blondie’s, and walk over to Good Behaviour for ice cream or Glory Hole for doughnuts.

The Leslieville Farmers’ Market also happens at the park every Sunday!

LOCATION: 150 Greenwood Ave, Toronto, ON

Banbury Park

Banbury Park is a really beautiful park near the bougie Bridle Path neighbourhood of Toronto.

The park features one dedicated pickleball court with nets and 4 tennis courts, and the Banbury Tennis Club is also situated here.

After you’re all pickled out, you’ll definitely want to stroll along the forested trails for a serene walk.

Banbury Park is also just a 6 minute drive from Shops at Don Mills, so if you’re looking for a post-workout snack, stop into Hazukido for delicious Asian-inspired croissants and drinks!

LOCATION: 120 Banbury Rd, North York, ON

Jimmie Simpson Park

Jimmie Simpson Park is located right on Queen East in the Riverdale neighbourhood.

There are plenty of sport amenities here, including 6 pickleball courts, 2 tennis courts, a basketball court, ball hockey pad, and more.

4 of the pickleball courts are located on a hockey rink, and you’ll have to bring your own nets.

They also host events here like the annual Riverdale ArtWalk!

If you’re looking for a sweet treat afterwards, head over to Ed’s Real Scoop for some of the best ice cream in Toronto, or Craig’s Cookies for incredible cookies!

LOCATION: 872 Queen St E, Toronto, ON

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Bayview Village Park

Bayview Village Park is another really nice park in North York, and they’ve got plenty of great amenities.

You’ll find one pickleball court, 3 tennis courts, 2 table tennis tables, a ball diamond, splash pad, and more.

The pickleball lines are painted on one of the tennis courts, so there are nets.

There’s also a nice trail that you can walk or bike along.

The park is located right beside the Bayview Village Shopping Centre, so you can easily walk over and enjoy a meal at Tabule Bayview Village, one of Toronto’s best Middle Eastern restaurants.

LOCATION: 2945 Bayview Ave, North York, ON

Cummer Park

Cummer Park is located right by the Cummer Park Community Centre, and you’ll find plenty of fantastic sport amenities here.

You’ll find 2 pickleball courts with nets, 4 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts, a ball diamond, and a skateboard area.

Inside the community centre, you’ll also find a skating rink and an indoor swimming pool.

The city also renovated the playground here a few years ago!

LOCATION: 823 Cummer Ave, North York, ON

Bestview Park

You can find Bestview Park on Steeles between Bayview and Leslie, so it’s kinda right on the border of Thornhill and North York.

Here, you’ll find 3 pickleball courts, which is really nice!

They also have 3 tennis courts, a ball diamond, and a playground for the kiddos.

You can also walk along the peaceful nature trail afterwards, which takes you through the forest and by the river.

If you’re feelin’ hungry, walk over to the plaza next door to enjoy Paik’s Noodle, a popular restaurant chain by South Korean Chef, Jong Won Paik.

LOCATION: 115 Bestview Dr, North York, ON

Eglinton Park

Eglinton Park offers a nice escape from the hustle and bustle (*cough* construction) of Yonge & Eglinton.

This large green space in the heart of Midtown features one pickleball court with a net, 2 tennis courts, a ball diamond, a multipurpose field, and more.

You can also enjoy some pretty nice views from the park, and it’s the perfect spot for a picnic.

During the winter months, they also have two ice skating rinks here!

Afterwards, you can stop into one of the best Midtown Toronto restaurants for a delicious post-workout meal.

LOCATION: 200 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON

Dieppe Park

Dieppe Park is most popularly known for their ice skating trail and outdoor rink during the winter months, but they’ve also got 6 dedicated pickleball courts you can play on!

You’ll also find a ball diamond, a multipurpose sports field, as well as a playground and splash pad for kids.

You can find Dieppe Park in the East York neighbourhood!

LOCATION: 455 Cosburn Ave, East York, ON

Prince of Wales Park

Get gorgeous city skyline views at Prince of Wales Park, which arguably offers some of the best sunrise views in the city.

The park is located right on the shores of Lake Ontario, so it’s a really lovely spot to visit.

They’ve got one pickleball court, 4 tennis courts, a wading pool, and a playground here as well!

LOCATION: 1 Third St, Etobicoke, ON

Best pickleball courts in Toronto:

  1. High Park
  2. Cedarvale Park
  3. Kew Gardens
  4. Riverdale Park East
  5. Ramsden Park
  6. Jeff Healey Park
  7. Greenwood Park
  8. Banbury Park
  9. Jimmie Simpson Park
  10. Bayview Village Park
  11. Cummer Park
  12. Bestview Park
  13. Eglinton Park
  14. Dieppe Park
  15. Prince of Wales Park

These were some of the best pickleball courts in Toronto to play at!

There’s also a really cute popup happening all summer called the Fairgrounds Public Racket Club at Stackt Market, where you can play on colourful courts for $10/person!

If you’re just starting out with pickleball and aren’t very good yet, remember that everyone has to start somewhere.

Most people we’ve encountered at courts have been very kind and helpful, but we have run into people who weren’t very friendly.

Just be proud of yourself that you’re putting yourself out there and getting good exercise while you’re at it!

Have you played at any of these pickleball courts in Toronto? Where are some of your other favourite pickleball courts in the GTA? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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