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Ball Diamonds, Courts and Fields

Whether you're interested in soccer, softball, field hockey, tennis, track and field or football, athletic fields there are plenty of spaces to meet your needs. We have a wide range of facilities available for sports, competitions and tournaments.

Visit the Rent a Facility page for more information about booking facilities for private events and tournaments.

Map of Sports Fields, Tennis Courts and Ball Diamonds

 Tennis Courts

COVID-19 update: Municipal Tennis Courts will open effective 12:01am on May 22 for unorganized play. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca

COVID-19 Safety Guidelines:

All municipal tennis courts are self-regulated. All participants are advised to adhere to the following COVID-19 safety protocols when visiting tennis courts:

  • Players are advised to keep a minimum distance of 2 metres from other players at all times
  • Masks/face coverings must be worn outdoors if physical distancing cannot be maintained
  • It is advised to limit play to single or doubles with partners from the same household
  • Clearly mark balls and refrain from picking up others' tennis balls
  • Players are advised not to share racquets or other equipment
  • Effective at 12:01am on June 11, a maximum of 10 people per gathering will be permitted
  • Players should be aware of high-touch areas and wash/sanitize hands thoroughly before, during and after visiting the tennis courts
  • Use tennis courts at own risk
  • Do not enter if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath

Failure to comply with the above safety guidelines may result in the closure of all tennis courts. Please be kind, courteous and give everyone an opportunity to play safely.

Tennis Court Locations:

Tennis courts are seasonal and available typically late spring into early fall, hours of operation are subject to change. For questions regarding Tennis Courts call 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or e-mail the Parks, Recreation and Culture division.

Memorial Park Tennis CourtsMemorial Park

Address: 215 Lindsay Street South, Lindsay

Features: Lights and 2 courts

Hours: 8am until 11pm

 

 

 

 

Wilson Fields West Tennis CourtsWilson Fields West

Address: St. Joseph Road, Lindsay

Features: Lights and 2 courts

Hours: 8am until 11pm

 

 

 

 

Coboconk Legion Tennis CourtCoboconk Legion Park

Address: Highway 35 North, Coboconk

Hours: 8am until 8pm

Features: 2 courts

 

 

 

 

Burnt River Tennis CourtBurnt River 

Address: 16 Somerville Road, Burnt River

Hours: 8am until 8pm

Features: 1 court

 

 

 

 

Tommy Anderson Bobcaygeon Tennis CourtTommy Anderson Park

Address: 94 Dunn Street, Bobcaygeon

Hours: 8am until 8pm

Features: 1 court

 

 

 

 

 Ball Diamonds, Athletic Fields and Sports Courts

 
NameAddressCommunityAmenities
Cambray Ball Park 2255 Elm Tree Road Cambray Baseball Diamond
George Street Park 11 George Street Lindsay Athletic Field 
Janetville Park Janetville Road and Pigeon Creek Road Janetville Baseball Diamond
Woodville Ball Park 104 Union Street Woodville Baseball Diamonds, Basketball Court, Volleyball Court
Cameron Park 132 Cameron Road Cameron Baseball Diamond
Victoria Road Ball Park Blanchards Road and Victoria Road Kirkfield Baseball Diamond
Russ Baptiste Park 151 Colborne Street Fenelon Falls Baseball Diamonds
Tommy Anderson Park 94 Dunn Street Bobcaygeon Baseball Diamonds, Tennis Courts, Basketball Court, Skateboard Park
Wilson Fields East - Optimist Soccer Park 29 St. Joseph's Road Lindsay Athletic Fields, Tennis Courts
Bolsover Community Centre 16 Bolsover Road Bolsover Baseball Diamond
Little Britain Community Centre 9 Arena Road Little Britain Baseball Diamonds, Athletic Field/Track
Ops Community Centre 2569 Highway 7 Lindsay Baseball Diamonds
Emily/Omemee Community Centre  212 Sturgeon Road Omemee Baseball Diamonds
Oakwood Community Centre 1010 Eldon Road Oakwood Baseball Diamonds, Athletic Field
Memorial Park  215 Lindsay Street South Lindsay

Tennis Courts, Baseball Diamond,

Disc Golf Course

Coboconk Legion Park Highway 35 North Coboconk Tennis Courts, Baseball Diamonds
Garnet Graham Park 98 Francis Street East Fenelon Falls Beach Volleyball Court, Skateboard Park
Lindsay Recreation Complex 133 Adelaide Street South Lindsay Skateboard Park
Ward Park 7675 Highway 35  Norland Baseball Diamond
Sylvester Park 21 Sylvester Drive Lindsay Athletic Field
Valentia Ball Park 132 Elm Tree Road Valentia Baseball Diamond
Wilson Fields West 235 Colborne Street West Lindsay Baseball Diamonds, Athletic Fields
Burnt River/Sommerville Community Centre 16 Somerville Road  Burnt River Baseball Diamond, Basketball Court, Athletic Field, Tennis Court
Elgin Park 162 Angeline Street North Lindsay  Athletic Field
Coboconk Lions Park Highway 35 North Coboconk Basketball Court, Skateboard Park
Dalton Community Centre Park 13 Rumohr Drive Sebright Baseball Diamond
Omemee Beach Park Rutland Street East and George Street Omemee Skateboard Park
Emily Manor Park Emily Manor Drive Omemee Baseball, Athletic Field
Nimgon Park Bradley Street Pontypool Baseball Diamonds, Basketball Court
Washburn Park Washburn Island Drive Little Britain Basketball Court
Riverview Lions Park 44 Georgian Street Lindsay Baseball Diamond, Basketball Court
Maryknoll Park 4 Maryknoll Avenue Lindsay Basketball Court
Orchard Park 36 Applewood Cresent Lindsay Baseball Diamond, Basketball Court
Mayor Flynn Park 28 Edwin Street Lindsay Baseball Diamond
Pioneer Park Lindsay Street North Lindsay Basketball Court
Kawartha Park 30 Adelaide Street North Lindsay Athletic Field
Wilfred Hogan Park 26 Dominion Drive Lindsay Baseball Diamond, Basketball Court

NEW! Disc Golf Course

COVID-19 update: The Disc Golf Course at Memorial Park will open effective at 12:01am at May 22 for casual use. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca

Disc Golf has arrived in Lindsay at Memorial Park. This new nine-hole layout is perfect for disc golfers of all calibers and ages. Family-friendly, free to play and fun, it's a great way to get outside and share in a sport.

Not familiar with disc golf? it's just golf with a frisbee! Tee pads and targets are situated throughout the park. Players must aim to get the disc into the chain-linked baskets in as few throws as possible.

Address:

Memorial Park - 215 Lindsay Street, South, Lindsay

Course Map:

View/Download the Disc Golf Map here

Memorial Park Disc Golf Course

How to Play to Disc Golf:

  1. Start from the teeing area. The players must throw from behind the front of the teeing area.
  2. Subsequent throws are played from behind the spot where the previous throw came to rest. This spot is know as the "lie". If you disc comes to rest in a tree or bush, the lie is the spot on the ground directly below.
  3. A run-up and follow through are allowed, but the player must release the disc before stepping past the lie.
  4. A putt is a throw from within 10 meters of the target. When putting, you may not step past your lie before establishing balance.
  5. The hole is completed when the disc comes to rest in the basket or chains. The hole is not completed if the disc is resting on top of the target.
  6. If a throw goes out-of-bounds: play from either the last in-bounds location with 1-throw penalty or re-tee with a 1-throw penalty.

Disc Golfers' Code:

Play Smart - Never throw into a blind area or when players, spectators, pedestrians, or other facility users are within range. Use a spotter.

Respect the Course - Observe all posted rules. No littering, graffiti or abuse of equipment of flora.

Represent the Sport - Be positive and responsible. Teach others.

Ontario Disc Golf COVID-19 Etiquette:

In order to promote safe interaction on the disc golf course and maintain a level of comfort for everyone present, we ask that all players on the course adhere to the social distancing standards laid out below:

  • Physical distancing of 2 meters at all times
  • Effective June 11, a maximum of 10 players per grouping will be permitted
  • No spectators
  • Ensure staggered start times
  • Do not approach first tee until clear
  • Do not touch equipment of others
  • Only one disc in the basket at a time
  • Retrieve disc without grabbing chains or touching basket

Failure to follow rules may result in the course being closed for all. Please be kind and courteous, give everyone an opportunity to play safely.

Course Partners:

Innova Disc Golf, Fleming College, Lindsay Optimist Club, City of Kawartha Lakes, PDGA Canada and Tinlid.

For questions regarding the Memorial Park Disc Golf Course call 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or email the Parks, Recreation and Culture Division.

 

Disc Golf Loaner Sets:

The City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division in partnership with the Kawartha Lakes Public Library are pleased to announce the introduction of Disc Golf loaner sets to their online resource catalogue. Loaner sets are perfect for individuals who are new to the sport and are wanting to try it out but do not have the equipment to play. Disc Golf loaner sets are free to sign out with a valid library card. Each loaner kit comes with two complete set of discs, rules of the game and a reusable scorecard. Kits can be signed out for a period of one-week.

Patrons can view the Library online catalogue by visiting the Kawartha Lakes Public Library website and searching ‘disc golf’ or by calling their local library branch. Disc golf sets can be picked up any library branch, but reservations must be made in advance.

In order to take part in the loaner program, individuals must possess a valid library card. Kawartha Lakes Library Cards are available free of charge to anyone living, attending school or owning property in the City of Kawartha Lakes. Don’t have a card? Register online through the Library website to get a Library Card today!

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