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Prospect Park Tennis Center

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Prospect Park Tennis Center

Description

Youth Development Program

lessons, match play, tournament training, ages 6-16, all skill levels

Reviews (7)

  • Any info on the tennis coach offering lessons in Prospect Park?

    You could just call the tennis center to arrange lessons with a pro. The tennis center has pros on staff, who are very experienced with kids & excellent (my kid took many lessons there & loved it ) They could also probably use the work...
  • Any info on the tennis coach offering lessons in Prospect Park?

    They have a whole crew of coaches who work with kids and all are great. Francis is patient, Nadia is funny . . . The list goes on. Private lessons there are pricey, but you can do a lesson with two right now. My son was part of their Special Aces program for kids with various challenges, and most of the coaches taught in that program and were extremely successful at getting kids up and playing quickly!
  • Review from 2015 Summer Camp Survey

    Age of Child: 10 Likes: My daughter has attended this camp for at least four summers. She gets to play alot of tennis. Additionally, as a novice player, they play plenty of non-tennis tennis games, to develop skills and which my daughter finds very fun. I like that this camp gives my daughter a chance to really run around. What would you change? I wish there were more flexible drop-off/pick-up hours. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend
  • Re: Tennis for a 5/6 year old ?

    We are really happy with the Prospect Park Tennis Center. Its reasonably priced and they matched our daughter with kids her own level rather than just her age.
  • Review from 2013 Summer Camp Experience

    Age of Child: 8 Likes: After the tennis focus in the morning, in the afternoon the kids are given freedom to decide if they want to play more tennis, play foosball, ping pong or other games on the fields behind the tennis center. Inside time is limited, so the kids get outside to run around some more. What would you change? While my child likes the freedom in the afternoon, I would almost mandate more tennis! However, this might have also "burned her out". Otherwise, my daughter, who is generally not very sporty, really enjoyed tennis camp. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend
  • 2012 Summer Camp Survey

    Camp Prospect Park Tennis Center Parade Grounds Day Care or Sleep Away-- DC Program: Summer Camp Age of Child: 8 Likes: Our son loved meeting children from a variety of schools, learning hands-on tennis skills, and the afternoon recreation options in addition to tennis. What would you change? Offer a late stay option. (It ends at 3 so we had to hire a sitter for pick-up.) Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend Do you have any other information to add? You can have them provide lunch for a modest fee -- very helpful for working parents who are used to having lunch available through school. Review from 2012 Summer Camp Experience
  • 2012 Summer Camp Survey

    Camp Prospect Park Tennis Center Prospect Park Tennis Center Day Care or Sleep Away-- DC Program: Age of Child: 7 Likes: The camp went an appropriate pace for a beginning tennis player. After paying tennis the children had free time to eat, go on the slip & slide, play foos-ball or just hang out. This down-time was essential to my child not being over-tired at the end of the day. What would you change? Nothing. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend Do you have any other information to add? Review from 2012 Summer Camp Experience

 

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