Adult Camp or clinic

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by chilidipper1, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. chilidipper1

    chilidipper1 Guest

    My wife and I decided to do a little something different for our vacation this year. We were hoping to find an adult tennis camp. They are not easy to find. Any ideas?
  2. tennis-n-sc

    tennis-n-sc Professional

    Feb 22, 2004
    Tennis Magazine is full of them. Where do you live? South Carolina and Florida have many.
  3. tarheels2323

    tarheels2323 Semi-Pro

    May 21, 2006
    I was recently in Ocean City, MA and went down to Bethany Beach to play at Sea Colony (a tennis resort). It was really nice and I bet you'd love spending a few weeks there. They have both hard and clay courts, indoor and out. Plus, everyone there was really nice and they have weekly singles and doubles tournaments.
  4. Geezer Guy

    Geezer Guy Hall of Fame

    Feb 17, 2005
    Big Canoe, GA
    Go to and look around. They're all over the place. Most of the popular places have reviews written by people that attended the camps. I've been to several, and enjoyed them all. Think about the area you want to go to, the type of weather they're likely to have there, the amount of time you'll spend on the courts, your fitness level, other fun things to do in the area, etc. Also consider what's included in the price of the camp. Some include room and board, some don't.
  5. cak

    cak Professional

    Feb 23, 2004
    My husband and I have been to Gardiner's in Carmel Valley twice, and had a great time (and improved our tennis) both times. Lodging is cottages with fireplaces. The clinics range from 3 day to 5 day. We tend to go Sunday evenings (get there for dinner) then they have morning and afternoon clinics Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and morning only clinics Wednesday and Friday. Meals are included through Friday lunch, except for Wednesday afternoon and evening you are on your own. (You can go into Carmel...) The people you meet are wonderful, and from all over the US. USTA ratings range from beginners to 4.0s, with most being 3.0 or 3.5s the times I went. Also, both times I went it was mostly couples, so you would fit right in.

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