Challenge Your Coordination and Endurance on One of Toronto’s Squash Courts

September brings with it that crisp morning air that reminds you that fall is here and winter closing in on its heel. You may be enjoying your last few rounds of golf or matches of tennis, and thinking about the transition to winter sports or indoor sports.

Squash is a great way to challenge your endurance and coordination. The squash season gears up in earnest around November, but it is a sport that can be played year round.

Here are squash courts around the Greater Toronto Area where you can get your squash games on. While some require a club membership, with prices varying from standard gym fees to the higher private member fees, there are some public spaces that are accessible to most with a drop in fee.

Cambridge Club 100 Richmond St W, (416) 862-1077,, Directions

Crescent Town Club 2A The Market Place, (416) 699-9631,, Directions

Goodlife Fitness McCaul 21 McCaul St, (416) 979-1422, Directions

Granite Club 2350 Bayview Ave. (416) 449-8713, Directions

LA Fitness 1380 Don Mills Rd, (416) 391-0220,, Directions

Mayfair Clubs - Toronto Parkway 50 Steelcase Rd E, (905) 475-0350,, Directions

Mayfair Clubs - Toronto West 3855 Chesswood Dr, (416) 638-1010,, Directions

Mayfair Clubs - Toronto East 160 Esna Park Dr, (905) 475-8833,, Directions

St. Lawrence Community Recreation Centre 230 The Esplanade, (416) 392-1347,, Directions

The Adelaide Club First Canadian Place (416) 367-9957,, Directions

The Badminton & Racquet Club of Toronto 25 St Clair Ave W, (416) 921-2159,, Directions

The Toronto Racquet Club 159 Bleecker St, (416) 922-3665,, Directions

Toronto Athletic Club TD South Tower, 79 Wellington W, (416) 865-0900, Directions

Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club 141 Wilson Ave., (416) 487-4581, Directions

University of Toronto Athletic Centre 55 Harbord St, (416) 978-3436,, Directions

Toronto Central Grosvenor Street YMCA 20 Grosvenor Street (416) 975-9622,, Directions