Tennis anyone? Since 1973, the Charlottetown Tennis Club (CTC), member of the Scarborough Tennis Federation (STF) and the Ontario Tennis Association (OTA), has served up tennis for the vibrant and diverse East Scarborough community of Port Union! 

From our well attended social round robins, to organized in-house leagues and competitive inter club (STF) league play, CTC is an inclusive, diverse, and growing community of over 200 members. We welcome new members of all ages and abilities!

Lesson programs are managed by two time Scarborough Tennis Federation Coach & Club Pro of the Year, Adam Weatherby, who is eager to introduce you to or improve your game! We have group lessons running all season long for every player. Prefer one-on-one learning, or with a friend/family member? Adam offers Private, and Semi-Private lessons for members of any age or skill level. Click HERE for his bio and contact info.

Please note Canadian Tire Jumpstart offers membership and lesson grants of up to $300 per child ( enough to pay for 6 months of lessons! ). To see if your child qualifies for a JumpStart Grant Click here for more information

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CTC is a non-profit Community Club, dependent on volunteers for all Club operations in order to keep membership rates reasonable and the facility safe for everyone to use. We always need more hands on deck, so please consider supporting the Executive Committee by helping at socials, Try Tennis events, maintaining/growing our social media presence, or joining the Executive Committee to be directly involved in the decision-making!

Click HERE to register for a membership online now! 





Charlottetown Tennis Club (65 Charlottetown Blvd.) is located at Lawrence and Charlottetown Blvd. (west of Port Union) in Scarborough. The club has three outdoor courts, lit for evening play. The club is located next to the Port Union Community Centre, which has full service washroom and gym facilities.   

Club hours are 8:00am to 11:00pm daily.  Non-Members may use the courts during public hours (see the Public Hours tab for further information) provided they follow the rules of the Club (which are posted on the bulletin board at the courts).

Club Members are still permitted to play during public hours. 

No outside coaches or ball hoppers are permitted at CTC at any time without written consent by the CTC Club Pro.