The Battle Creek Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the Battle Creek Tennis Association offers tennis programming to a wide range of ages year round.
The Parks and Recreation Department’s Youth Tennis program, offered in the fall, follows the USTA’s instructional curriculum for beginning tennis players. Also during the fall the Department offers off-season skills development for high-school aged players. The Department offers a winter program for ages 6-14 at Minges Creek Athletic Club and summer programming is available for ages 4 to adult at Lakeview High School.
Summer Tennis (Ages 5 - Adult) Summer Tennis is a program run by the Battle Creek Tennis Association. This program focuses on teaching the fundamentals of the court and game play. Perfect for youth and adults looking to get active. Tennis rackets will be available at each class if needed!
Start Smart Tennis (Ages 3-5) Start Smart Tennis is designed to prepare children for organized tennis in a fun, non-threatening environment. It allows children the opportunity to work one-on-one with a parent through drills and small group skill stations. The program teaches children tennis skills including: ground strokes, volleys, serving and running/agility. A parent/guardian is required to participate at each class.
Youth & High School Winter Tennis (Ages 5 - Adult) Tennis USA's Instructional program for the beginning tennis player. This program focuses on teaching the basic fundamentals of the sport and game play. Perfect for ages 5-18 looking to get active on the courts! This course is also intended for current high school players to have a chance to practice and refine their court skills during the off season.
Located at Minges Creek Athletic Club
Sundays, February 5th - 25th, 2017 from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tennis rackets will be available at each class if needed!
Winter Adult Beginner/Advanced Tennis This adult tennis program is run by the Battle Creek Tennis Association. This program focuses on teaching the fundamentals of the court and game play. Perfect for adults ages 18+ looking to get active and learn tennis. Classes will be structured to handle the beginner and the players with some knowledge and skills of the sport.
The Parks and Recreation Department also administers the Annual Greater Battle Creek Tennis Tournament in July featuring singles and doubles for both beginners and advanced players.