Play basketball, baseball, ball hockey, tennis, pickleball, badminton, soccer... all over the City of Cornwall.


Looking for a tennis court to practice your backhand, serve, or volley? Stop by one of the City of Cornwall's five double outdoor tennis courts. Use of the courts is on a first come, first play basis.

  • Broadview Park: Henry Street and Thirteenth Street
  • Kinsmen Park: Third Street and Carleton Avenue
  • Mattice Park: Edward Street and Lennox Street - (Home of Monday Drop-In Tennis Program 6 - 9 pm)
  • Riverdale Park: Riverdale Avenue and Peter Street
  • Terry Fox Memorial Park: Mercier Avenue and Ross Avenue

Summer Social Adult Tennis Program
Monday Evenings at Mattice Park 

Join us from 6:00 - 9:00 pm on Monday evenings for drop-in doubles tennis for only $1.00 - Program begins Monday June 6th 

Your hosts, Suzanne and Pat will organize beginner and experienced participants to ensure friendly and challenging games in a relaxed and positive atmosphere.

No pre-registration required, just show up to play bringing your racket, water and join us on the court.

For more information, please call  613-938-9898 x 2

Basketball Courts

If basketball is your game, the City of Cornwall offers 6 outdoor basketball courts at various parks within the city.  The b asketball courts are located at the following parks:

  • Alexander Park
  • Francis Guindon Park
  • Kinsmen Park
  • Mattice Park
  • Menard Park
  • Riverdale Park
  • Heritage Park (1 Net)

Ball Hockey

St. Frances de Sales Park features a fully fenced ball hockey court with two nets. Meet up to play with friends or schedule a pick-up game! Come play at 419 Second Street West.


Take your skateboard, skates, or bike to the skatepark at the south end of Optimist Park.

Enjoy four ramps, three quarter pipes and one fun box from May to October, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

El Rancho opened in 1998 with the help of Menard's Rona Home Centre, Partir d'un bon pas, Molson Canada Ltd., and the Cornwall Police Association.

Cornwall Skateboard Park Rules & Regulations

  • The skateboard facility is open to the public daily from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
  • The skateboard facility is unsupervised. Use area at your own risk.
  • The City of Cornwall strongly recommends that protective clothing and equipment (helmet, knee pads, elbow pads and wrist guards) be worn at all times.
  • The City of Cornwall accepts no responsibility whatsoever for injury or damage however caused.
  • Please use the garbage containers provided.

Sports Fields: Baseball and Soccer

Municipal softball fields can be found at the following locations in the City of Cornwall:

  • Adams Park: Twelfth Street and Sydney Street
  • Broadview Park: Henry Street and Thirteenth Street
  • Joe St. Denis Park: Marlborough Avenue and Fourth Street
  • King George Park: Seventh Street and York Street
  • Kinsmen Park: Third Street and Carleton Street
  • Optimist Park: Sunnyside Street and St. Michel Drive
  • Reg Campbell Park: Leitch Street and Fraser Street

The City of Cornwall also maintains two soccer pitches at Optimist Park.

The Kinsmen Minor Soccer Association maintains and coordinates its own soccer fields on Second Street West between Power Dam Drive and Saunders Drive.


Pickleball combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong. It looks like tennis, sounds like ping pong and favours the same on-your-toes action of badminton. Pickleball is a sport in its own right, and by all accounts it is the fast-growing sport in not only Cornwall but Ontario, Canada and North America!
In teams of two, players use small paddles to volley a ball, similar to a wiffleball, back and forth over the net.  It is a game that is appropriate for players of all ages and skill levels and the rules are simple, making it a great introductory sport. Pickleball can also be quite the challenging, fast-paced, and competitive game when people become more experienced at playing.
Use of the courts is on a first come, first play basis. 
Pickleball CourtsFirst Priority
 Broadview Park (499 Henry Street) Mondays and Wednesdays 
 Terry Fox Park (304 Mercier Avenue West)  Tuesdays and Thursdays

Flagging an Issue

For the following issues requiring immediate attention, please call the Civic Complex (613-938-9400) during business hours, or call the duty sub-foreman at Public Works (613-932-5354) after hours and on weekends.

  • Lights are on past 11 p.m.
  • Doors to washrooms or storage areas left open
  • Playground equipment broken
  • Fallen branches or trees
  • Swimming pool gates left open after hours

If there is criminal activity in any City park, call 911.

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