Ashbridges Bay Beach Volleyball Nets - FAQ's Posted on 27 Apr 22:39 , 1 comment

Where are the Beach Volleyball Nets at Ashbridges Bay?!

Q: I ride my bike past Ashbridges Bay Beach Volleyball Courts on weekdays and there are always nets up. But when I want to play on the weekends they're gone. What happened to the Beach Volleyball Nets? 
A: The OVA (Ontario Volleyball Association) has a permit from the City of Toronto for 96 of the 107 permanent beach volleyball courts at Ashbridges Bay for league players use Monday to Friday. The OVA provides the beach volleyball nets, balls and court lines for their Ashbridges Bay Beach Volleyball league players. They remove the volleyball nets at the end of league play each evening.  

Q: Do I have to pay to join a league to play Beach Volleyball at Ashbridges Bay?
A: No, not necessarily. 11 of the 107 permanent Beach Volleyball courts at Ashbridges Bay are for public use only - at all times. Another 20 of the remaining 96 courts are for public use Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm. All of these 96 courts are available by permit from the City of Toronto on Saturday and Sunday. 

Q: How can I tell where I can play Beach Volleyball at Ashbridges Bay - and when?
A: Here's the Volleyball Court Assignment Chart for Ashbridges Bay area. It shows who can play where and when.

Q: Is there any place nearby to rent a Beach Volleyball Net?

A: Yes. Beach Toyz, near the South East corner of Queen and Woodbine rents Beach Volleyball Nets, and complete Volleyball systems, and they sell Mikassa Beach Volleyballs. Here's a map to the Beach Toyz store.