Salt Spring Tennis Association
The Salt Spring Tennis Association (SSTA) was established in 1979 to promote tennis on Salt Spring Island, BC and provide opportunities for tennis players to meet for healthy competition and social events.
In 2010, Tennis Canada chose Salt Spring Island as the 'Tennis Friendly Community of the Year' for the whole of Canada! The Association is a member of Tennis BC and operates a junior program during the summer.
Tennis is played year round on Salt Spring Island – weather permitting - on courts supplied by the Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Commission.
By agreement, the SSTA uses the courts at Portlock Park for league play, an inter-club program with off-island tennis clubs, drop-in sessions and tournaments. During these events, three courts are used, leaving one available for use by anyone.
Salt Spring Tennis Centre Indoor Facility
For those rainy days or for those who wish to stay out of the hot sun, our public indoor tennis facility is available from 6am-11pm. The two tennis courts are located at 805C Lower Ganges Rd. (Salt Spring Golf & Country Club) at the far end of the driving range.
This fantastic facility was built by the Salt Spring Tennis Association for all tennis players on the island to enjoy. Visit our bookings page to register or log in, and reserve your time now.
What level tennis player am I? Have a look at the Tennis Canada Self Rating Guide to find out!
A Game Anyone?
Each year from the beginning of May until the wet fall weather sets in, the tennis courts at Portlock Park are reserved for drop-in tennis on various days. Anyone is welcome to play.
PUBLIC TENNIS COURTS
Portlock Park four outdoor courts located at the corner of Vesuvius Bay Road and Lower Ganges Road.
Public Drop-In: three courts reserved for the following mornings for anyone to drop-in and play doubles matches.
Drop-in at Portlock Schedule
Men's Tue 8am to 11am
Women's Thur 8am to 11am
Mixed Fri 8am to 11am
Private Coaching is available on Salt Spring Island. Check the Salt Spring Island Directory, the notice board
at Portlock Park, or contact SSTA member, and "Community Champion" for tennis on Salt Spring, Marianne Banman at (250) 537-5870.
Peter Schelling is also now available for coaching at all levels, clinics, private lessons, or drill sessions. He can be reached at email@example.com.