Summer Camps for Juniors - 7 Weekly Sessions, June 20 - August 5, 2016


Our Summer Junior Tennis and Sports Camps offer a variety of activities, including multi-sports. Players have the opportunity to work hard, improve their game, make new friends and have fun.
 
You can register online or print out the registration form and mail it in with payment to participate. Registration may also be done in person at the National Tennis Center. 
 
All Day Session:
 Drop off 8:30am-9am. Camp 9am- 4pm with daily lunch break - bring lunch or purchase from food concession.
 Pick up from 4pm-5:30pm – with movie, ping pong, games, and other fun activities as campers wait to get picked up.

10 and Under Tennis Camps - Ages 4 - 10

Red, Orange and Green camps are offered 8:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m., morning session and 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., full day session.
10 and Under Tennis camps introduce tennis to young children with fun-filled, on-court activities and tennis sized right for age and ability. Our 10-and-Under Tennis Programs (TAUT) teach children based on age, physical size and ability. By modifying the court dimensions (36’or 60’ in length), equipment (appropriately sized tennis racquets and red, orange or green balls), net height and scoring system, coupled with a play component, children develop better technical and point playing skills. Please visit www.youthtennis.com for more exciting information about how we fit tennis to kids.

Junior Camps - Ages 10 - 17

Beginners through Low IntermediateRed, Green and Blue Level
Our Junior Tennis Camps provide group instruction to youngsters between the ages of 10 and 17 at all levels of play. Areas of emphasis include technique, tactics and strategy, fitness and, most of all, FUN. Continuing this year will be the inclusion of cross-training as we introduce campers to soccer, softball and other sports that will enhance the individual’s long-term athletic development and overall camp experience. 

Academy - Ages 10 - 17

Intermediate/Advanced Intermediate & Advanced - Bronze, Silver and Gold Level
The Summer Junior Tennis Academy follows the USTA Player Development coaching philosophy and concepts that are instrumental in the long-term development of outstanding players. Players who apply for the Academy must be actively competing in sanctioned tournaments or have appropriate NTC ratings. Players will be evaluated by our coaching staff and will be placed in the groups according to their level. Further changes in groupings may take place if the players demonstrate substantial progress. 

Frequently asked registration questions:

Q. How can I register my child for camp?
A. Registration may be completed online by visiting www.ntc.usta.com or in person at the National Tennis Center. If registering week to week, a $25 administrative fee will apply if your camper is not registered by 8:00 p.m. the preceding Thursday for the following week of camp.
Click here to print out registration form 

Q. If I am paying by check, to whom do I make the check payable?
A. All checks should be made payable to "USTA National Tennis Center."

Q. Can I cancel registration?
A. Yes, if we receive cancellation notice in writing by June 10, 2016. No refunds for cancellation requests received after June 10. All individual cancellations/changes will incur a $25 administrative fee. No make ups for missed portion.. 

Q. Is there a waiver I must sign for my child?
A. Yes, ALL children registered must have a signed waiver submitted to the Programs Office in order to participate in camp.

Q. Lunch for full-day campers?
A. If purchasing lunch please see prix fix menu. If you brought your lunch, counselors will tell you where to store or refrigerate it until lunch time.

Q. Do you offer field trips?
A. The field trips start from Camp Week 2 and open to all FULL DAY campers in Orange and above. The file d trips are optional and space is limited. Separate advanced registration required. No credit cards accepted for field trip registration. See field trip calendar.


Q. What do I need for camp?

  • Non-marking sneakers
  • Tennis racquet
  • Sunblock
  • Water bottle
  • Hand towel
  • Hat
  • Lunch and/or lunch money for vending machines or on-site food options (if in full-day camp)
  • Snack for snack time if signed up for 10 and Under camps
  • Name label and name tag for belongings, including tennis racquet