1) How much is membership?

2) What does membership include?

3) When can I play tennis?

4) Does HPTC offer lessons?

5) How can I meet people to play?

6) How do the weekly round robins work?  Is there a cost?

7) I don’t see the answer to my question.  Where can I get more information?


How much is membership?

Annual membership is $65 (incl. GST).  The membership year is from April 1 to March 31.  Click on the “Information” tab to get more membership information.
Members may participate in the weekly Round Robins, leagues, lessons, tournaments and special events and the winter tennis program.  Note that some of these events have an extra cost outside of membership dues.  Members will also receive the newsletter “ Netminder.
Our permit for the facility in High Park Permit gives the right to play tennis during the following hours:
  • Monday - Friday 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
  • Weekends 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday- 6:30pm -10:00pm lessons take place
Wednesday 7pm-10pm and Saturday 1pm- 5pm Round Robins occur (all members welcome to attend and do not need to sign up)
Special events may occur on other nights and will be listed online
Note: Court monitor hours are Mon-Thurs 5:00pm to 8:00pm & Saturday 12:00 pm to 3 pm. 
Yes.  We have an extensive lesson program during the summer program.  Lessons are offered for beginners, novice/low-intermediate levels and are led by qualified OTA instructors. 
Click on the “lessons” tab for more information or contact the lessons director at lessons@hptc.on.ca

HPTC also offers lessons during the winter through the Winter Tennis Program.  Click on the tab above “Winter Tennis Program” for more information or contact the coordinator at wintertennis@hptc.on.ca  
The best way to meet people to play tennis is to attend the weekly round robins on Wednesday nights and Saturday afternoons.  The lessons are another good way to meet people at your playing level. 
 How do the weekly round robins work?  Is there a cost?
The weekly round robins are held every Wednesday evening from 6:30 pm to 10 pm and on Saturdays from 1 pm to 5 pm.  The round robins are open to all members of all levels and are a great way to meet other members and play some great tennis. There is no cost.
Expect to play doubles at the Round Robins.  Every half hour or so, players rotate and switch up partners so that everyone gets a chance to play. 
I don’t see the answer to my question.  Where can I get more information?
Email your question to General Club Information at clubinfo@hptc.on.ca