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Côte Saint-Luc Tennis Club (Intermediates and Advanced)




The club offers nine clay courts, a spacious club house, a nice patio to relax with your friends and tennis partners as well as a swimming pool. The club offers tennis lessons, clinics for juniors and adults as well as runs round robins to players of all levels. Many members just come to the club and play with other fellow members. See Rates


8215 Guelph in Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec H4W 1J1
Tel. 514-487-7862


Services & Amenities

9 outdoor clay courts professionally maintained

Outdoor pool

Patio and spacious club house with large flat screen television & couch

A social committee organizing a variety of activities for their members


Membership rates 2023 (tax included)

Category Prior to May 27 As of
May 28
Prior to May 27 As of May 28
Junior (5-17 years) not purchased through TSPA  80 90 100 115
Adult (18-59) 385 420 445 485
Adult (18-59) first time discount 195 210 - -
Senior (60-89) 310 335 355 385
Senior (60-89) first time discount 155 170 - -
Senior (90+) 90 90 90 90
Family (2 adults and children 17 and under living in the same residence) 575 625 660 720
Family (1st time discount)  475 515 - -
Pool Member: Individual - 25 - 31
Pool Member: Family
(Three or more persons living in the same residence)
- 45 - 50
Guest Card: Five passes (save 20% on a value of $50) - 50 - 50
One Visit (adults) - 15 - 19
One Visit (juniors) - 8 - 10


If you are paying for membership at the Côte Saint-Luc Tennis Club, the cheque should be made out to City of Côte Saint-Luc. If you are purchasing the membership in addition to the camp week, then make the cheque to TSPA or make an online payment 

Hours of operation

The club is open normally the first week of May to the end of October. The club is open Monday - Friday 8:00am - 10pm and Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am - 9pm. On statuary holidays, the club closes at 19:00. Please note the club also closes on Yom Kippur and on Rosh Hashana (two Jewish holidays that usually take place in September). The club also closes earlier (around 9pm) towards the end of the season in October).

Club Uniform

The club's uniform policy includes wearing flat soled tennis shoes (not running shoes). Without them, you will not be allowed to play. Click here for information on purchasing shoes. In addition, adults must wear either a collared shirt (preferable) or a tennis shirt. Women are encouraged to wear a tennis attire.

Club Rules

The Board of Directors have adopted club rules. Read about them by clicking here.


The club has a new website and you can access it by clicking here.


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