Information about Lawrence Park Tennis Club

Satellite shot of LPTC courts in the ravine by Alexander Muir Gardens banner

Lawrence Park Tennis Club serves the community by offering adults and children the opportunity to play both casual and competitive tennis and participate in friendly social activities. Our club respects its traditions, while at the same time, adapting to the new needs of its members.

SINCE 1912

Our courts, located in the Lawrence Park ravine, were constructed in 1912 as part of the development of the Lawrence Park Estates, the brainchild of Wilfrid Servington Dinnick. Originally the focus was on lawn bowling, with tennis considered a secondary activity for the families and friends of the bowlers. The current clubhouse was built in 1954.

In 2012, the Club celebrated its one hundredth anniversary jointly with the lawn bowling club.

The following article describes the history of the club and the 100th year celebrations:

Ontario Tennis Article 100th Anniversary


If you have specific questions, please contact a member of the Executive or direct general questions to and we will forward them to the appropriate person.


Our instructional program for adults and juniors is led by Ben Armstrong and his team of excellent tennis professionals. For more information and biographies, click here.


If you would like to join our wait list, please click join and complete the form. Our membership opens in late February or early March of each year.  We will be in touch at that time if a spot becomes available. You can always reach us with any questions about membership at