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Tennis & Pickleball Courts

Outdoor Tennis Courts

The Park District offers opportunities for hard court outdoor tennis play at four parks. These courts are available for public use when they are not scheduled for Park District programs or lessons. Nets are taken down each winter and replaced each spring in mid-March, weather permitting. Outdoor tennis court lights, where available, are on mid-March through mid-November. The District does not operate any indoor tennis courts.

  • George Ball Park: 800 Elm Street
    Six tennis courts with timer-controlled lights. Close daily at 10pm.
  • Sunset Park: 483 Fairview Avenue
    Two tennis courts with timer-controlled lights. Close daily at 10pm.
  • Newton Park: 707 Fairview Avenue
    Two unlighted tennis courts. Close daily at dusk.
  • Village Green Park: 130 S. Lambert Road
    One unlighted tennis court. Close daily at dusk.

Outdoor Pickleball Courts

Outdoor pickleball courts are available for public use when they are not scheduled for Park District programs or lessons. Nets are taken down each winter and replaced each spring in mid-March, weather permitting. 

  • Four unlighted pickleball courts are located within Village Green Park, 130 S. Lambert Road.
  • The unlighted tennis courts at Newton Park, 707 Fairview Avenue, are also lined for pickleball. Please note, the nets cannot be lowered.

Indoor Pickleball

The District offers almost daily opportunities to play pickleball indoors in the Ackerman SFC gymnasium. Learn more »


Clay Tennis Courts

Players need an annual Clay Tennis Pass to gain entry to the clay courts. Learn more »


Platform Tennis Center

The District’s 6-court Platform Tennis Center is located within Maryknoll Park. A membership is required to access the courts and hut. Learn more »


Lessons and Leagues

The Park District offers a variety of racquet sport classes, camps, leagues throughout the year for both youth and adults. See our Playbook for current offerings »

If you are looking for information about weather related cancellations, please visit the Park District Hotline »