Tennis in Miami Beach?

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by doc2th, Nov 21, 2005.

  1. doc2th

    doc2th Guest

    I will be spending the winter in Miami Beach. Will appreciate any comments and tips regarding where to play (preferably but not exclusively clay courts) on the Beach and also nearby - descriptions of clubs, court fees etc. Thank you very much in advance.
  2. ygutfreund

    ygutfreund Guest

    tennis in miami beach

    I live in Miami Beach (recently moved) and can give you some tips, from what I know about.
    Main public -clay courts- Northshore and Flamingo Park.
    Northshore is located on 72nd/73rd in Miami Beach. It's a public court. 15 or so clay and 2 hard courts. Very nice. I mainly play there.

    Flamingo is around 12th or so in South Beach. It is presently closed because of hurricane damage. Not sure when it is going to re-open.

    There are other scattered public hard courts, including the 4 at the Nautilus school on Michigan and around 43rd.

    Good luck!
  3. Lee

    Lee Guest

    Public Clay Courts, wow. I had to drive for 2 hours and pay $20 to play on the clay courts and they are not even red clay. I don't understand why clay courts in the US are not as pravelent as they are in Euorpe
  4. ygutfreund

    ygutfreund Guest

    well, the public courts in Miami Beach aren't free, but they aren't too much. $4 for residents, $8 i think for non residents.
  5. oscar_2424

    oscar_2424 Legend

    Sep 5, 2005
    Hallandale, Florida
    david park has clay courts but its located in hollywood blvd maybe its a little far for you
  6. Madler1

    Madler1 New User

    Feb 16, 2015
    I'm a strong 4.5/5.0 player. Going to be in Miami 2/17 and 2/18. Anyone want to hit?
  7. chrischris

    chrischris Hall of Fame

    Oct 5, 2010
    I like Northshore best :)
  8. heninfan99

    heninfan99 Legend

    Oct 17, 2008
    Very envious.


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