$245,000 Invested in New Courts at Remington Booster Park


New pickleball, tennis, and basketball courts are now ready for use at Remington Booster Park (2710 Lillian Avenue) following recent infrastructure enhancements at the park.

The upgrades are part of the Parks and Recreation master plans, representing $245,000 in investments, and include the following:

  • Six new pickleball courts
  • Two improved tennis courts
  • One improved basketball court

The landscape of Remington Booster Park has been transformed by these additions, which will accommodate a growing community interest in all three sports. Project work at the park will conclude in late summer/early fall of 2024 with a colour topcoat to be installed when the weather permits.

During the last ten years, over $1 million has been invested at Remington Booster Park for a number of enhancements, including trail improvements (2014), playground replacement (2015), new gazebo (2019), solar lights (2022), and this recent addition of new sports courts (2024).

The latest improvements are part of the City’s 2024 capital budget, which invests $23.5 million in parks, facilities, and recreation across the city; and the 2024 operating budget, which allocated $46.2 million towards parks, facilities, and recreation operations. Looking forward, the 10-year capital plan will invest more than $184.5 million in City parks, arenas, and recreation. 

Other Amenities at Remington Booster Park:

  • Outdoor leisure pool and slide
  • Off-leash dog park
  • Multi-use trail
  • 6 pickleball courts 
  • 1 basketball court
  • 2 tennis courts


“With the addition of six new pickleball courts, and the resurfaced basketball and tennis courts, we are Building Windsor’s Future by investing in growth. This is great news for the expanding community of Windsorites who play and enjoy these sports. Investments in our outdoor spaces improve quality of life and ensure that future generations continue to enjoy the world-class outdoor amenities the city has to offer. Along with my Council colleagues, I remain committed to continued investment in our parks and recreation amenities, and offerings to promote healthy and active living to our evolving population of residents.” – Mayor Drew Dilkens

"These upgrades at Remington Booster Park represent a significant investment in Ward 10, bringing fantastic opportunities for residents in this area of the city, and beyond. I am proud to be part of a City Council that is committed to continuous improvement to the spaces, places, assets, and amenities that matter to residents and their families. This is a great day for pickleball, basketball and tennis lovers; and a wonderful announcement for Ward 10!” – Councillor Jim Morrison (Ward 10)

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