Beginner adult tennis camps

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by JohnT, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. JohnT

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    Hello,
    Looking for a fun vacation this summer. Was thinking about an adult tennis camp. But would really have to be for beginners.
    Would this exist? Maybe in California, Oregon, Texas (maybe too hot), Florida, Minnesota, etc...
    I have looked around. Seems like there are some. But you stay in college dorms. Not really into that.
    Any suggestions?
    thank you
     
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  2. Geezer Guy

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    I've been to a lot of places, and they're loaded with beginners. There are experienced players too, but if I were you I wouldn't worry too much about a lack of experience. If anything, it'll just mean you get more attention from the pro's.

    You can use www.TennisResortsOnline.com to find a place that sounds good to you. Pay attention to the pro/camper ratio, and also to how many hours of instruction you get per day. At some places room and board is included, and at some places it isn't.

    Also, decide whether you want a "resort' or a "camp". You can get good instruction at either, but a resort will be a bit higher-end, and a camp will often provide more hours per day of instruction.
     
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  3. Costagirl

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    I have an idea for you!! There's a place in Bethany Beach, DE called Sea Colony who does a good bit of beginners and they finally got a new Director - who is good. They desperately needed and lacked this. I used to teach there..and it's not to expensive. Big crowds! That always makes it fun as a beginner.

    Otherwise if you have a few others I can arrange a great trip with the best in Spain.
     
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