Come have a ball with Dufferin!

The Dufferin Club of Brantford is a non-profit organization that provides outdoor supervision and training for people of all ages in a friendly playing environment. The facility, owned by the City of Brantford and operated by an elected committee of volunteers, includes a clubhouse, six illuminated tennis courts and two lawn bowling greens. 

The club is open to the public - everyone is welcome!

Lawn Bowl

Go Lawn Bowl!

    Lawn bowling is a strategic, challenging and fun sport. It is a low impact game accessible for any age and skill level.

Dufferin offers weekly round robins, jitneys and tournaments throughout the season.

Tennis Anyone?

Tennis is a exhilarating racquet sport that is easy to learn no matter what your age.

Dufferin has something for everyone in the entire family from weekly round robins, leagues, tournaments and junior camps.

Pickleball Rocks!

Pickleball is a lively racquet game for all ages and abilities.
The sport combines elements
of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.

Dufferin offers drop-in pickleball Tuesdays starting at 6 pm and
Sundays at 9:30 am.


Kraft Heinz Project PlayKraft Heinz Project Play is helping to build a better future by building better places to play in communities across Canada. Over the past 8 years, Kraft Heinz Project Play has contributed over $2.2 million dollars to 68 communities across Canada. The Grand Prize winner will receive $250,000 towards a recreational facility upgrade and the three finalists will each receive $20,000.

Support Dufferin Club's chance to win the Kraft Heinz Project Play $250K prize! The club's official nomination page can be found here. Make sure to leave a comment of support on our nomination page.

The Top 4 community finalists will be announced September 4.

Road Construction

The Dufferin Club is open during construction on St. Paul Avenue.

Access to the parking lot remains open but please use extreme caution when pulling in or out of the driveway.

To avoid driving through as much construction as possible, detour through the W. Ross Macdonald School grounds, exiting onto St. Paul Ave by the heritage house. From there, it is a short drive through the road construction to the club's driveway.

For those wanting to avoid the construction all together, park at Christ The King School and walk over through the park or park on one of the side streets.

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Office Hours

From Saturday, April 29 to Saturday, September 30:

Monday to Friday
9 am to 12 pm (July/August)
5:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday
9 am to 12 pm

Contact Us

158 St. Paul Avenue
Brantford, Ontario
N3T 4G4

(April 20 to October)