Courts

Tennis

Tennis has royal roots dating back to the 12th century as a handball game played by aristocrats. Today's modern version of the game has mass appeal for both players and spectators.

Our maintenance practices are changing on our courts. Watch for continual improvements to the surface. 

 
All Court Reservations must be made by the member through our Court Booking System. 

Members with a Summer Club Activity Pass can reserve tennis courts 14 days in advance. All other members, reservations will open 10 days in advance.

Check posted schedules as some courts are reserved for house leagues, lessons, junior camps and special events.
 

Our Club instructors are always available for private lessons. Whether you’re an advanced player looking to step up your game, an intermediate looking to improve, or entirely new to the sport of tennis and playing for the first time, we can help!

Lessons start May 13 to November 8, 2024. 

Half-Day Tennis Camp
Come out and enjoy a half day tennis program with our expert youth coaches. Here the kids focus on agility, foot speed, and fundamental basics. Geared towards children 6-12 years old (birth date as of July 1, 2024)

Half day tennis camp will be offered during the following weeks:
  • July 15th-19th
  • August 26th-30th 

 
Guests are welcome to join a member for a game of tennis.

Guest charges will be billed to the Member account. 

All guests must be accompanied by a member.

Pickleball

Pickleball is a family friendly game that combines elements of tennis, table tennis and badminton. Invented in 1965 as a children's backyard game, it has grown in popularity since 2021 and is not the fastest growing sport in North America.

This year, as a result of member demand, we have installed 3 Pickleball courts next to the Summer Club. The Pickleball courts will be open 9:00am to 9:00pm dependent on natural light.

The Club does have pickleball paddles and balls available for rent. They can be signed out via our Summer Club attendant at the pool area. 
All Court Reservations must be made by the member through our Court Booking System. 

Members with a Summer Club Activity Pass can reserve tennis courts 14 days in advance. All other members, reservations will open 10 days in advance.

Check posted schedules as some courts are reserved for house leagues, lessons, junior camps and special events.
 
Fall in love with the Club’s fastest growing sport!

We’re here to help you learn the ins and outs of the game of pickleball. Whether you want to improve your skills or looking to compete at a higher level or are totally new to the sport, our pros will help you advance your pickleball game.

Pick your instructor; Cathy Bawden or Peter Hibbard, and your lesson type (depending on number of people) and elevate your game to new heights.

PRIVATE LESSON: 1 PLAYER - One-on-one instruction with either Cathy or Peter is a great way to improve a particular skill or mechanic you are striving for.

SEMIPRIVATE LESSON: 2 PLAYERS - Semiprivate lessons allow two people to work on specific skills and mechanics with one of our instructors. This a great lesson to take with a friend or partner.

GROUP LESSON: 3 PLAYERS - 3 players work with an instructor in a very interactive lesson. Skills and mechanics can be worked on with the instructor as one of the players.

GROUP LESSON: 4 PLAYERS - This lesson type is a great chance for a small group to work on improving their playing style and mechanics.
 
A pickleball league is great way to get some friends together and challenge each other.

Members can sign up for our league play 7 days in advance. 
 
5:30pm - 7:30pm Tuesday Men's Night
5:30pm - 7:30pm Wednesday - Mixed
5:30pm - 7:30pm Thursday Ladies Night
Guests are welcome to join a member for a game of Pickleball.

Guest charges will be billed to the Member account. 

All guests must be accompanied by a member.

Volleyball

Volleyball was invented in 1895 as an indoor sport for businessmen who found the game of basketball too vigorous. The first game of beach volleyball was played in 1915 on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii. Today you can play the game on one of two courts at Osler. 
If interested in booking the court privately, please reach out to [email protected] and a member of our team will be happy to assist. 
We are proud to team up with Altitude Elevation Volleyball for a week of camp on our Volleyball courts the week of July 8th.

Please note the camp is sold out and the courts will not be available from 8:30am to 12:00pm the week of July 8th. 
We will be hosting a Volleyball League on Thursdays from 5:30pm to 7:30pm for Beginner to Intermediate level.

Registration will open 7 days prior via the online calendar.
Guests are welcome to join a member for a game of Volleyball.

Guest charges will be billed to the Member account. 

All guests must be accompanied by a member.

Aquatics

Pool

Please note that the pool is registered with the province as a "Class B" pool. This means that all bathers in the pool area must be over the age of 12 unless accompanied by someone 16 years of age or older.

Starting June 21st onwards, there will be a lifeguard on duty daily.

The Club has purchased a custom made AODA ladder which will be installed as soon as it arrives.
  • All swimmers must take a shower in the locker rooms before entering the swimming pool.
  • All swimmers must wear proper swimming attire.  No cut-offs, gym shorts, under-garments or street clothes may be worn in the swimming pool.
  • No alcohol will be allowed in the pool area.
  • Excreting bodily waste, spitting, spouting water, or blowing nose in the pool area is prohibited.
  • No person shall bring a glass container onto the deck or in the pool.
  • No running on the deck
  • No dangerous horseplay, tag, punching, or general “rough-housing” in pool area or in dressing rooms
  • No diving is permitted
  • No pets allowed
The pool will open June 14th, 15th and 16th from 11:00am to 8:00pm. It will then be closed Monday, June 17th to Thursday, June 20th.

Starting Friday June 21st, the pool will be open Monday to Thursday 11:00am to 8:00pm and Friday to Sunday 10:00am to 8:00pm.
Regardless of your experience or age, whether you’re a beginner or looking to build on your existing swimming skills, our Club instructors are always available for private lessons.

DAILY Monday - Friday (5 classes)
July 15th – 19th - register via the online calendar
  • Parent & Tot (4-36 months old): 3:45pm - 4:15pm
  • Preschool 1-2: (ages 3-4): 12:45pm-1:15pm
  • Preschool 3-5: (ages 3-4): 1:15pm-1:45pm
  • Swimmer Level 1-2 (ages 5+): 1:45pm-2:15pm
  • Swimmer Level 3-6 (ages 5+): 2:15pm-2:45pm
DAILY Monday - Friday (5 classes)
July 29th – August 2nd - register via the online calendar
  • Parent & Tot (4-36 months old): 9:15am – 9:45am
  • Preschool 1-2 (ages 3-4): 9:45am-10:15am
  • Preschool 3-5 (ages 3-4): 10:15am-10:45am
  • Swimmer Level 1-2 (ages 5+): 1:45pm-2:15pm
  • Swimmer Level 3-6 (ages 5+): 2:15pm-2:45pm
Osler Bluff is pleased to offer swimming certifications for different levels. 

June 1st – Standard First Aid with CPR C and AED (dry) 
9am - 5 pm
  • No prerequisites
 
Jun 8/9/15/16 – NLS
9am-5pm
  • Must be 15 years of age or older and have Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Awards (need not be current)
 
June 16 NLS Recertification 
1pm-5pm
  • Must have NLS Award (need not be current)
 
July 3-5 Bronze Star
9am-12pm
  • No pre requisite
 
July 15-18 Bronze Med and Emergency First Aid 
9 am-1pm
  • Must be 13 years of age or older or have Bronze Star Award

July 15-18 Emergency First Aid and Bronze Cross
9am-1pm
  • Must have Bronze Medallion and Emergency or Standard First Aid Awards
 
Aug 12-15 Bronze Med and Emergency First Aid
9am-1pm
  • Must be 13 years of age or older or have Bronze Star Award
 
Aug 19-22 Bronze Cross
9am-1pm
  • Must have Bronze Medallion and Emergency or Standard First Aid Awards
Guests are welcome to join members by the pool.

All guest charges will be billed to the Member account. 

All guests must be accompanied by a member.

Paddleboards & Kayaks

Osler Bluff is pleased to announce that we will have paddleboards and kayaks available at the Upper Reservoir to sign out. They will be on a first come, first serve basis. 

A life jacket is mandatory and can be signed out with the Summer Club attendant. 

Part of the member experience and enjoyment of the Upper Reservoir is the hike up. There is no transportation available and no motor vehicle access.
Paddles and life jackets can be signed out with the Summer Club attendant. 
Guests are welcome to join a member for a paddle.

Guest charges will be billed to the Member account. 

All guests must be accompanied by a member.