Founded in 2007, Courts of the World is the original basketball court directory. The organization maintains the list of over 40,000 basketball courts with the goal of helping players of all levels find the best courts and play more basketball wherever they go.
Basketball courts are open for shooting hoops only. No game play is permitted at this time. Ottawa Public Health encourages everyone to maintain proper physical distancing, wear masks when physical distancing is difficult, and try to keep activities limited to people within your household.
1. Drop-in Basketball. In non-COVID times, we offer drop-in programs at various times throughout the week. Please check back here for updates! 2. Book a Basketball Court. When regular bookings can resume, play with your friends and family on official FIBA sized courts. See below for regular rates and check back here for availability!
Sessions are co-ed, with both boys and girls on the court together. Children are divided into groups based on age and skill. The Jr NBA is a small ball co-ed program created and designed by NBA staff to introduce the game of basketball to players aged 5-7 with age appropriate concepts, drills and skills.
1 basketball court Shoot some hoops at the best basketball facility in Ottawa with regulation FIBA sized courts covered in state-of-the-art flooring, and new LED lighting under a new dome. Playing basketball at RSC will make you feel like a pro and best of all the flooring is gentle on your knees.
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