We're the Collingwood Community Tennis Club — or just "CCTC" for short.

We offer a wide variety of adult and junior tennis programs from May through to September for all ages and skill levels. You'll find our tennis pros are always highly trained and deliver on programming that is second to none — not to mention among the most affordable in the Collingwood area as well.

More information about us and what we have to offer can be found below and across our website.

We hope to see you on the courts!


P.S. — If you or your kids are new to the sport and don't have a racquet yet, don't worry. We do have a few spares! While members should have their own equipment to bring to lessons, thanks to our generous sponsors at the Optimist Club of Collingwood, we are able to provide racquets to those who'd like to try their hand at tennis before committing. (And if you're looking for a place to buy a good racquet, might we suggest checking out the good folks at Sporting Life or Sport Chek right here in Collingwood.)

News and announcements . . .

  • Our CCTC season opener round robin and family fun day is this SUNDAY May 26th from 10am – 1pm at Kinsmen Park!!
Spring is finally here — even if it doesn't quite feel like it yet — and it cannot be long before the weather starts to heats up and the sunny days outnumber the rainy ones!We at the Collingwood Community Tennis Club (CCTC) are very excited! This year promises to be our best ever and we plan on celebrating that at our upcoming CCTC season opener on Sunday May 26th from 10am–1pm at Kinsmen Park on Lockhart Road.We will have tennis games, tennis rackets demos, gifts and more. This year we will also be joined by Collingwood’s Healthy Kids Community Challenge mobile park trailer, which includes the imagination playground!Come on out — bring your family and friends and join in the fun with your community tennis club!
  • Have you received your CCTC 2019 shoe tag yet?
Similar to last year, we will be giving all members (adults and juniors!) shoe tags to identify yourselves as CCTC members. We have made arrangements with the Town to have the courts reserved exclusively for our use at dedicated times during the week and your toe tag will gain you entry. It will also allow you to attend our various free, members-only events planned for the upcoming season. Come out and pick up your shoe tag at our season opener round robin on Sunday, May 26th, or one of our weekly mens, ladies or mixed round robin house leagues.
  • Are you interested in a program that's now full? If so, please send us an email at info@collingwoodtennisclub.ca to let us know. If we get enough interest, we'll start another program at a different time! This applies to both adult and junior programs — after school and summer camps. Talk to us!

  • Summer camps for kids in July and August now open for registration too!
    • Ages 5–8 and 8–12.
    • All the details can be found on the JUNIOR PROGRAMS page. Have a look and sign up your kids today!
    • Special early-bird discount: Sign up for the July and August sessions together for only $180!
  • Lessons for May and June are now open for registration.
  • It's officially May and the tennis nets are up around town!

Up-to-date information on cancellations . . .

Program Cancellations

You can also bookmark the following link to easily access and view this information online anytime . . .

Why become a CCTC member?

House leagues (Mondays and Thursdays)

All members are welcome to play in our FREE Monday and Thursday night house leagues. No signup necessary — if you're a CCTC member then just come out and start playing some regular tennis!

Round robins (Tuesdays)

On Tuesday nights members are invited to come out to our FREE weekly round robin. No sign up necessary — if you're a CCTC member then just come out and start having fun with your tennis friends!

CCTC "Hit List"

Adult members can sign up for and get access to our database of other local players who looking to meet new people and play tennis.

World-class tennis instruction

In July 2017, we were very honoured when Hubert Karrasch came to Collingwood and offered to run some tennis lessons for our members, giving us the opportunity to learn from a former world no. 1 over 35 singles and doubles ITF professional tennis player!

Sponsors and partnerships

We would like to acknowledge and thank our fantastic local sponsors and community partnerships. Without their generous support we could not run our various programs and events year after year.


Mission statement

The Collingwood Community Tennis Club is a grassroots, non-profit organization that is committed to fostering the sport of tennis by organizing and delivering affordable, high quality tennis programs on local courts — easily accessible by foot, bike or car at three neighbourhood parks — for the residents of Collingwood and the surrounding area.