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The city of Saint-Lambert has many parks, several of which offer both children and adults the opportunity to practice a variety of sports activities. From soccer to tennis or softball, etc., you’re sure to find a facility from the list below where you can enjoy your favourite sport. 

List of outdoor facilities

Terrain de tennis Alexandra jpgTennis courts

The tennis courts are closed. Reopening : Spring 2021.

The city has some superb tennis courts, available by reservation at Préville (2 lit courts with a synthetic turf surface) and Alexandra (3 lit courts with an acrylic surface) parks. There is also a free tennis court at Saint-Denis Park (1 court with an asphalt surface).

Costs and reservations

Access cards are required for the courts at Préville and Alexandra parks. You can get your card by logging into your B-CITI account. The cost is $108 for the season and $65 for a half season (starting August 1). Access cards can be picked up at the recreation centre according to the regular schedule.

Tennis players can make online reservations for the Alexandra and Préville courts through the ballejaune.com website. To know more, consult the Online tennis court reservation page.

Soccer fields

Get your kicks at one of Saint-Lambert’s many soccer fields, located at Alexandra, Seaway, Brixton, Dulwich, Houde, Préville, and Union parks!

Softball fields

There are two softball fields, located at Seaway and Saint-Charles parks.

Basketball courts

You’ll find three basketball courts in Saint-Lambert, at Dulwich, Houde, and Préville parks.

Petanque courts

There are three petanque courts in Saint-Lambert, at Préville, Dulwich, and Saint-Denis parks.

Permanent rink at Préville ParkPermanent rink

Whether on ice skates in winter or inline skates and running shoes from spring until fall, the permanent rink at Préville Park lets hockey enthusiasts enjoy their favourite sport all year long. The rink can be reserved for one hour for a friendly game or family party.

Pickleball

During the following hours, the ice rink is converted into a pickleball court and is reserved for the practice of this sport:

  • Thursday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon;
  • Monday and Wednesday, 6 pm to 9 pm.

Rink reservations are not required. Bring your balls and racquets or borrow those available on site! To know more about pickleball : www.pickleballquebec.com.

Reservations and rental of facilities 

Some of these sports facilities can be reserved and rented. Consult the schedule of rates in the Facility rentals section.