Prospect Park Tennis Center is a great place to play tennis in Brooklyn. The center has 12 courts, including 10 Har-Tru and 2 hard courts. The Har-Tru courts are forgiving and make for longer rallies, while the hard courts are faster and more challenging. The center also has a clubhouse with a pro shop, locker rooms, and a cafe. Reservations can be made online or at the desk. Overall, Prospect Park Tennis Center is a great place to play tennis, whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro. Here are some of the pros and cons of Prospect Park Tennis Center: Pros: - Great variety of courts - Clubhouse with pro shop, locker rooms, and cafe - Reservations can be made online or at the desk - Affordable prices Cons: - Can be crowded during peak hours - Some courts may be in need of maintenance Overall, I would highly recommend Prospect Park Tennis Center to anyone looking for a great place to play tennis in Brooklyn.
Great supportive beginner group classes on a lovely court. I would also like to highlight Veronica at the front desk..she's extremely patient and kind. I've had some technical difficulties with the website (which I think could benefit from a lil update) and she's been such a big help. It's always pleasant speaking with her and seeing her at the front desk.
Save Leif Ericson Tennis Courts! Dear Leif friends, We have recently become aware of a request to replace one or two tennis courts at Leif Ericson Tennis Courts with additional pickleball courts. We, the undersigned, firmly oppose this proposal and advocate for the preservation of our existing tennis courts, safeguarding their accessibility and functionality. Leif Ericson Tennis Courts have long been a cherished part of our community. We believe it is more prudent to allocate space for pickleball without sacrificing our tennis facilities. Please sign this petition below if you support the preservation of our tennis courts and the rejection of replacing any of them with pickleball courts. Together, we can ensure that our community continues to enjoy tennis they love. If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Susan or Amy. Thank you for your support in safeguarding our beloved tennis courts.
Given how much they're charging per hour, it would be nice if the courts were better maintained. The clay har-tru courts were uneven in places and it made things pretty miserable. If it were $20/hour or something that would be one thing, but at peak times they charge over $70/hour (to play on a bumpy court) Edit: 2 years later nothing has improved
I went here for a late night 10pm match to let out some steam plus work out and I had the time of my life. The price is reasonable especially since I have my own equipment. Currently they require you to wear masks upon entry but you can take it off while playing and/or on the indoor courts. Once on the court the indoor dome has dirt or mold-looking material on the roof of it. Otherwise the courts are spacious, clean and decent. May 5th 2021 onward the courts will outdoors. Yay I can’t wait!