Sports-

Outdoor

Adult living at its best!

Welcome to the Sports and Outdoors page at Wellington on the Lake, where an active lifestyle meets the natural beauty of our community. Here, residents have access to a range of outdoor amenities and sports facilities that cater to diverse interests. Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast, nature lover, or someone who simply enjoys outdoor activities, our carefully curated offerings provide the perfect backdrop for an active and fulfilling lifestyle.

Bocce

Bocce Is played every Monday morning from the end of May to the end of September.  This is a fun activity, and all skill levels are welcome, including new players.  We provide orientation and practice sessions at the beginning of each season.  Participants will be scheduled to play their weekly game at varying times between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.  Three courts are available and there are two players on each team.  Each game takes up to 45 minutes to play.  Players need to register for this activity before the start of the season as the schedules are drawn up in advance.  We try to arrange the schedule so that you are playing with, or against, different players during the season, so it’s a good way to get to know your neighbours and have fun.

Golf Duffers

Duffer’s Golf is a weekly Wednesday 9 hole event, weather permitting. Sign up at the pro shop by Monday morning, indicating whether you’ll walk or require a golf cart. Pairings are arranged on Tuesday mornng, aiming for balanced teams and allowing combinations of riders and walkers. It’s a scramble format with three drives per person, adding an element of fun (and games) to the game. The cost is the golf course fee plus $2.00 per player with money given out to winning teams and special holes.

Golf Ladies 

Ladies golf occurs on Tuesday Morning and Night. 
Fill in the sign-up sheet at the Wellington on the Lake Golf Course

Golf Men

Men golf occurs on Monday and Wednesday Night. 

Fill in the sign-up sheet at the Wellington on the Lake Golf Course

Golf SMILe Mens Senior

Seniors Men’s Invitational Golf (SMILe acronym). This is played on Thursday mornings.

Horseshoes

Horseshoes is a mixed event and all levels are welcome. Games are scheduled on Thursdays starting at 3:00 p.m. from June to Mid September. There are 3 regulation pits and games run from 15–30 minutes. Each 2-player team plays 2 full games, and if tied a third ½ game is played to determine the winner. The schedule with names and start times is emailed to each player 1-2 days prior.

Hoss Collar 

Played on the shuffleboard courts, with all players on one end playing against all players on the other end of the court.  The goal is to get as many points as you can to win and get $2.  Regular play is Sundays ( time to be determined) and we play for $1.

Shuffleboard

Classic shuffleboard, played outdoors with a partner against an opposition team on a standard court   Regular play is Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10:00-11:30am

Ball Hockey

Outdoor Ball hockey generally runs from late October through March on Mondays and Wednesday at 1:00 PM for 1 hour, weather permitting. It is casual and we play on the tennis court and usually just half court. This is a very low competitive level of ball hockey, designed to have fun only.. All you need is a hockey stick, warm gloves and a jacket and hat or helmet. Come out and enjoy a lot of laughs with a great group of men and women. If you need a stick, we have spares.

Pickleball

 Pickleball is a drop in format. Our sessions last approximately 1.5 hours. A schedule is set every year. If you wish to be on the email mailing list (for game time reminders etc.) please send your information to Léa Smith.
All skill levels are welcome. We have paddles and balls available.

Tennis

Three sets starting at 08:00, 09:30 and 11:00 am for 1½ hour each Monday thru Saturdays. After each set, players are rotated. Only doubles are played at a non-competitive level during each 1½ hour session. We try to match players of the same ability. One court, located next to the Recreation Centre.

New players are welcome.

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