Sports fields & multi-use courts bookings are completed through the allocation and application process. Availability can be viewed online.
Season starts April 1 (Norm Perry Turf) and April 15 (all others). Please email with additional questions.

Sports fields and multi-use courts are located in many different park spaces within the City of Sarnia. They are rented out seasonally to local organizations and groups for competitive and recreational play, recreation programming, and for private rentals to citizens.

Refer to the R-Zone Policy for more information regarding users code of conduct. Refer to the Park Washrooms page for more information.

Seasons of Play

Facility TypeSeason Dates
Artificial Turf (Norm Perry)April 1 – October 31 (Weather Permitting)
Ball Diamonds
Sports Pitches
Multi-Use Courts
Disc Golf
April 15 – October 31 (Weather Permitting)

Facility Information

Sports facilities are booked through the allocation and application process. Priority is given to minor organizations and historical user groups. Applications must be submitted to staff prior to the February deadline to have equal consideration for usage. Applications will be processed and reviewed and staff will discuss any conflicts with applicants during this time.

Sports fields are inclusive of soccer pitches, other sport pitches, and ball diamonds. Multi-use courts are inclusive of volleyball, basketball, tennis, and pickleball courts.

“Lit” refers to facilities with outdoor lighting designated to that facility and “non-lit” refers to facilities that do not have any outdoor lighting available.

Additional insurance fees may apply or provide a Certificate of Insurance. Please see the Facilities and Outdoor Spaces webpage for details.

Please email to receive a sports field or ball diamond application form.

Sports Fields, Court, and Diamond Availability

You can view the availability of sports fields, courts, and ball diamonds via our online availability widget.

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Sports Field Allocation Policy

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Important Note: Pitching screens are not owned by the City of Sarnia. User groups are responsible for the repair and maintenance of pitching screens and should remove them from the grounds after each session. Damaged and broken screens are unsafe and will be removed by the City and will not be replaced if they are left behind.

Ball Diamonds:

ClassFacilityDetailsPrice 2024
(excluding HST/Insurance)
AErrol Russel
Blackwell South
– Lights available
– Maintained daily, including lining/floating of in-fields
– Bases provided
– Hardball diamond for professional and league play
– Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Non-Lit: $36/hr
Lit: $52/hr
BClearwater 1-2
Germain 2, 5
– Lights available
– Lining/floating of in-fields
– Bases provided
– Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Non-Lit: $32/hr
Lit: $48/hr
BBlackwell North
Clearwater 3-4
Germain 1, 3, 4
– No lights
– Lining/floating of in-fields
– Bases provided
– Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Grass/Turf Fields:

ClassFacilityDetails Price 2024
(excluding HST/Insurance)
ANorm Perry Artificial Turf– Lights available
– Cutting and lining of field
– Nets and dressing rooms available
– Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Non-Lit: $87/hr
Lit: $110.50/hr
BNorm Perry Back Field*
Germain Field 1-4*
Blackwell Field*
Lansdowne Field
– No lights
– Natural grass pitches, cut, lined
– Nets provided on some fields (if applicable)*
– Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
n/aMike Weir Cricket Pitch – Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. $12.25/hr


FacilityDetails Price 2024
(excluding HST/Insurance)
Blackwell Pickleball Hub 1-6
Cathcart 1-2
Germain 1-4
Kenwick 1-3
Linden 1-3
– Courts usable/rentable outside of City programming
– Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
– Pickleball lines on Blackwell, Cathcart, Germain, Linden and Kenwick courts

Disc Golf

Disc Golf Course Map

Rules of Play:

  1. Throw your disc into the basket with the least number of throws.
  2. Begin each hole from the Tee Area, throw safely to that hole’s basket, you may “run up” to add power.
  3. Throw your next shot from behind where the disc landed.
  4. When closer than 10 metres (33 feet) you may not step beyond your lie when “putting”.
  5. If your disc lands out of bounds (OB), take one extra stroke and play your shot from where you went out of bounds.
  6. The player farthest from the hole always shoots first.
  7. Never throw into a blind area or when players, spectators, pedestrians, or other facility users are within range. Use a spotter if necessary.
  8. Never move, alter, or damage the foliage and/or decorations.
  9. Mandatory: you must throw to the side of the mandatory marking the arrows are pointing.

Seasonal Application Form

Staff are now accepting application submissions for the 2024 Spring and/or Summer Allocation Seasons (April 1/April 15-October 31).

See the Excel and PDF version below, due by February 15, 2024.

Refer to the Contact Us page to submit an inquiry or report a safety concern or email Sports field applications can be submitted online to