Breckenridge Colorado Tennis Courts

Tennis


Whether you're a baseline poacher or charging the net, Summit County has plenty of courts to let you play your game in the midst of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

  • Get the whole group together and organize an afternoon tennis tournament.
  • Take a lesson from the pros to raise your game up to the next level.
  • The many first-come-first-served courts allow easy access to hit a few strokes with a friend or have a full match.
  • Indoor courts available for rainy days.

Overview

Playing tennis is a classic activity for both locals and visitors. Join in on the fun by taking some time to play a few matches with your friends or family. The exercise will feel great and you'll tell everyone about the hard-fought competition again and again. 

Fortunately, many of the resorts have their own tennis courts for guest use. Also, don't worry if you forgot anything, because the clothing and outdoor shops sell tennis outfits, racquets and other gear.

Where to play Tennis

Silverthorne

Both Rainbow Park (off Rainbow Rd.) and Trent Park (off Willowbrook Rd.) have two courts available on a first-come-first-served basis. All you need to do is bring a racquet, a ball and a friend.

Frisco

Be sure to take advantage of the two courts located in Pioneer Park at Galena St. and 6th Ave. 

Breckenridge 

Carter Park, on South High Street, has four courts available for use.

Kingdom Park, part of the Breckenridge Recreation Center, has a total of eight courts available. Four are hard-courts, the other four are clay courts. Get ready for those thighs to burn as you rip a forehand shot down the line!

Tennis is still a great way to be active if the weather outside isn't cooperating. Indoor courts are available at the Breckenridge Recreation Center to rent by the hour.

Rentals and Fees

Most public courts operate on a first-come-first-served basis, so simply show up and wait for a court to open. 

Many resorts offer one-day passes to non-guests, as well as racquet rental. Inquire at the specific resort for prices.

  • Kingdom Park and the Breckenridge Recreation Center
    Indoor Court – $10 per hour per person
    Outdoor Hard Court – $7 per hour per person
    Outdoor Clay Court – $9 per hour per person

Lessons

In Breckenridge, tennis lessons range from $20-$55 per class, depending on the size and type of class. Private and semi-private lessons are also available from the pros. 

Discounted rates are available for seniors.


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