The outdoor tennis courts at Parc Jeanne-Mance are located along Avenue de l’Esplanade, near the corner of Avenue du Mont-Royal. Description The 12 fast-surface acrylic courts are generally quite busy, and residents are strongly advised to reserve ahead of time.
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Jeanne-Mance Park is a public tennis establishment located at 4420 Ave De L'Esplanade, Montreal, Québec, Canada H2W 2N4. There are 12 public tennis courts at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are not lighted.
Les courts de tennis extérieurs du parc Jeanne-Mance sont situés le long de l’avenue de l’Esplanade, proche de l’intersection avec l’avenue du Mont-Royal. Description Ils sont généralement très achalandés, la réservation des douze courts à surface rapide (acrylique lisse) est obligatoire.
Jeanne-Mance Park - Tennis Court, Company in Montréal, Québec, 4422 Avenue de l`Esplanade, Montréal, QC H2W 1B9 – Hours of Operation & Customer Reviews.
This is the park to go if you LOVE outdoor activities. You can do it all here, from soccer to tennis. All that's missing is a basketball hoop and you have yourself a fully equipped outdoors gym. And during Sundays there is a sea of people on Mount-Royal that are taking some vitamin D. Jeanne-Mance park is the ideal kick-it spot for everyone.
The Y tennis courts opened in Fletcher’s Field (Jeanne Mance Park) in 1927. The Davis building on Mount Royal was dedicated in 1929 and provided ample space and equipment for 21 years until the membership outgrew the facilities.
The plaza entrance of Jeanne Mance Park opposite the Sir George-Étienne Cartier Monument is affectionately known as Place Fletcher's Field, serving as a reminder of the park's former name. Features. The park features playgrounds, one softball field, tennis courts with night lights, a soccer/football field with artificial turf, a children's swimming pool (in the summer) and an outdoor skating rink (in the winter).
Of the more than 30 parks in the city with public courts, nets have been installed at only two — Lafontaine Park and Jeanne Mance Park. Author of the article: Pat Hickey • Montreal Gazette
http://www.montreal-tennis.ca/Outdoor.page. Some are free (do ctlr+f 'free') Park Jeanne-Mance have 14 courts, you can reserve 2 days in advance and it cost 8$ an hour with the Acces Montreal card. (10$ w/o).