Greenwood Tennis Club(credit: Greenwood Tennis Club)
Top tennis courts in Denver will start getting packed now that the warm weather is here again. With the snow leaving and the Colorado weather getting warmer everyday, the racquets are being dusted off and the tennis courts will soon be full. Whether you are looking for an indoor or outdoor court to fulfill your tennis game, Denver is home to some of the greatest courts. The game of tennis is fun and exciting. Shouldn’t the place you play give off the same exciting atmosphere? Here are five of the nicest places to play around Denver.

Greenwood Athletic And Tennis Club 

5801 S. Quebec St.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
(303) 770-2582
www.greenwoodathleticclub.com

If you live or work in the Denver Tech Center area, the Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club is a beautiful place to not only play tennis but to learn the game as well. With seven indoor clay courts and five outdoor courts, your options are not only numerous but they provide beautiful settings to play tennis. The club has tennis pros who can help you excel to become a great player. After your game, be sure to check out everything else the club has to offer. If you have teenagers that want to stay with their game through the summer, the Greenwood Athletic Club has several classes to keep their game competitive.

Denver Country Club
1700 E. First Ave.
Denver, CO 80218
(303) 733-8242
www.denvercc.net

Tennis is a welcomed sport among many people and one of the best and most exclusive places to play in Denver is the Denver Country Club. This member only club has included the likes of Wimbledon doubles champion Gardnar Mulloy. You can enjoy playing on one of the 12 courts including, two grass courts, two clay courts and six all-weather courts. The club also has pros on hand that you can schedule time with and work on your serve or over-hand smash to take your game to the next level. Once you have finished your workout, enjoy some fine dining in their immaculate restaurant.

Eaglecrest High School
4998 S. Picadilly St.
Aurora, CO 80015
(720) 886-1000
www.eaglecrest.cherrycreekschools.org

Located in a great neighborhood setting, the outdoor tennis courts at Eaglecrest High School are also open to the public on weekends and some evenings.  With eight tennis courts nestled in a quiet neighborhood, these are a favorite for the southeast community. Surrounded by luscious green trees, you can have fun in the sun but still have some shade in which to keep cool. The courts are hard so the game will be just a little faster and the bounce of the ball lower. Come prepared to enjoy a great outdoor workout.

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Arvada Tennis Center
6430 Miller St.
Arvada, CO 80004
(303) 420-1210
www.arvada-tennis-center.com

The Arvada Tennis courts are a pay as you play for $8 an hour. They offer spring and fall tennis programs and will work with children ages 7 through 18. One of the most important rules your child will learn from working with the instructors is that sportsmanship enhances a  great player. The Arvada Tennis Center also has a unique program where they will pair an able-bodied player with a wheelchair player so everyone can participate in a great workout.

Gates Tennis Center
3300 E. Bayaud Ave.
Denver, CO 80209
(303) 355-4461
www.gatestenniscenter.info

Located in Cherry Creek, Gates Tennis Center is a great place to pay as you play. You can make reservations up to five days in advance online or one day ahead via the phone or in person. With 20 courts you will find it easy to get in and play your game. Whether it is singles or doubles you will find something for everyone. If you need some refreshers or are new to the game, Gates has pros on staff to help.

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