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Tennis Camps

Out of about 18 million tennis players in the U.S., almost 4 million are kids and teens. The younger generation’s increased participation in tennis plays a significant role in the development of the sport in the country, as well as the individual success of young tennis players.

If your child aspires to become the next Pete Sampras or Serena Williams, they’ll love playing and practicing at a tennis summer camp. Read on to find out more about the different youth tennis programs listed in CampPage’s directory.

Diverse Tennis Programs

Each separate tennis camp will provide your child with a unique experience. Tennis day camps,overnight camps, boys’ campsgirls’ camps, and coed camps are just some of the types of programs available, and each have their own advantages. Having more time to bond with other players at an overnight tennis camp, for example, inspires a stronger sense of teamwork and helps create friendships that last for years, but day camps might be better for kids who’d rather unwind with family after a day on the court.

All the different camps are designed to strengthen a player’s technique and increase court performance under the supervision of a team of tennis coaches and hospitality professionals. Even a child that thinks they know everything about their game will be challenged to find new ways to improve.

The Benefits of Tennis Camp

Tennis training camps require your son or daughter to practice and play often to improve basic skills like serving, hitting, and volleying. They’ll fall more in love with tennis and get a lot of exercise in the process.

Summer camps are excellent for helping kids build confidence not just in their sport of choice, but in all walks of life. The motivation they get from coaches, camp staff, and new friends will instill a feeling of pride in their capabilities that translates to a greater sense of independence.

Search for Tennis Summer Camps

Use the interactive map to find a list of Summer 2020 tennis camps based in your location of choice. Each listing offers a brief overview of a particular camp’s program—click into their website to learn more about it. Find the right tennis camp for your child today and they could play Wimbledon tomorrow.

Featured Camps

Camp Pinnacle Residential Coed Summer Camp

Hendersonville, North Carolina

(855)378-1928 Website
YMCA Camp Warren Residential Camp, Single-gender Sessions Ages 7-16

Eveleth, Minnesota

(612) 822-2267 Website
Camp Killooleet Residential coed summer camp

Hancock, Vermont

617-666-1484 Website
Nike International Sports Camps Residential English Language and Sports Camps for International Campers

Nationwide Locations in the United States

(800) 645-3226 Website
US Sports Camps Sports Camps with Residential & Day Camp Sessions

Nationwide Locations in the United States

(800) 645-3226 Website
Adidas Tennis Camps Coed Camps with Residential & Day Camp Sessions

Locations Nationwide, United States

(800) 944-7112 Website
Nike Tennis Camps Overnight and Day Coed Tennis Camps

Tennis Camp Locations Nationwide

(800) 645-3226 Website
Les Elfes International Summer and Winter Camps Coed Camps with Residential and Day Camp Sessions

Verbier, La Tzoumaz and Crans-Montana, Switzerland

41 (0)277753590 Website
Camp White Pine Residential coed summer camp

Haliburton, Ontario

(416) 322-6250 Website
Camp Kodiak Residential coed summer camp

McKellar, Ontario

(905) 569-7595 Website
Camp Voyageur Residential boys' summer camp

Ely, Minnesota

(218) 365-6042 and (800) 950-7291 Website
Camp Hilltop Residential coed summer camp

Hancock, New York

(800) 782-5319 Website
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