Tennis for Every Age & Level
The North Vancouver Tennis Centre (NVTC) is a public tennis centre where every age and level of player is welcome. The facility features 9 indoor tennis courts, an observation lounge and change rooms with showers. NVTC is also an official Tennis Canada Development Centre and has attracted an outstanding roster of coaches who have created one of the best development programs in Canada.
280 Lloyd Ave
North Vancouver, BC
Our professional tennis coaches provide indoor and outdoor programs for every age and level. From learn to programs for kids to adult FAST Clinics, we can get you up and playing or improving your serve and return in no time. We also provide free adult player level assessments which use the Play Tennis Canada rating system to place you in the most appropriate programs.
We have junior programs for ages 4 - 18 years old, from scratch beginners to internationally ranked players. Learn more
Whether you are a total beginner, or a seasoned tournament player, we offer a full range of adult programs for all players. Learn more
The North Vancouver Tennis Centre has a staff of committed full-time professionals passionate about helping people experience enjoyment and improvement. Learn more
Our standard refund policy applies.
Our outdoor tennis programs are held at multiple sites around North Vancouver and led by our professional tennis coaches from the North Vancouver Tennis Centre. We have a range of programs for Juniors and Adults at a variety of levels. Outdoor programs are dependent on weather so bring hats, water and sunscreen for hot days. Rain-outs may have make-up days or refunds depending on the program.
Whether you want to play socially or compete on the international NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, the coaching staff at the North Vancouver Tennis Centre can help you learn and further develop your skills in wheelchair tennis.
For more information, contact our Tennis Director, Wayne Elderton by email or call 604-983-6482.
Did You Know?
- The game follows the same rules the International Tennis Federation has for able-bodied tennis players- but it allows the wheelchair tennis player two bounces of the ball
- Wheelchair tennis is played on a regular tennis court, with regular racquets and balls
- Beginners don't require a sports wheelchair.