Tennis For All
An experience for everyone at USTA National Campus.
You don’t need tennis experience to play like the pros. The U.S. Tennis Association (USTA) National Campus has an experience for everyone! With 100 courts throughout its 64-acre site, the National Campus is the largest tennis facility in the world, hosting everything from adult and youth programs to collegiate tennis and elite player development.
Regardless of your age or ability, the National Campus has a variety of different programs to help get everyone playing tennis.
MILITARY TENNIS PROGRAM
Military Veterans and service members are welcome to learn and play at no cost every Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. Make sure to bring a valid military ID, VA ID or DD 214 with you!
Click here to read how this program helped one veteran rediscover his love for tennis after 40 years off the courts.
Anyone with a physical disability interested in playing tennis is invited to join the National Rollers at no cost on Thursdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tennis wheelchairs, equipment and lessons are provided for free with the program.
The Family Zone features two junior court sizes that give kids a unique opportunity to learn and play in an environment designed for their age and ability. With eight 60-foot courts and eight 36-foot courts (compared to a traditional 78-foot court), all family members can get on the court and in the game.
Click here for our earlier blog post with more information on Nemours Family Zone where families with children under 10 play for free.
PICKLEBALL SOCIAL PLAY
Looking for a change from traditional tennis? Pickleball is a combination of tennis, badminton and table tennis played on pickleball courts. If you’re new to the game, you can learn the basics in Pickleball 101. Seasoned pickleballers are welcome to join Pickleball Social Play on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays for $5. Pickleball Ambassadors will be present to help keep the games going.