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The Guide To Taking Your Tennis Racquet On the Road

Since 1999, Tennis Resorts Online has been helping vacationers decide where to go on their next tennis holiday. I've made a career of giving such advice, initially as Tennis magazine's travel and resorts editor and since 1999 as the founder of this website. What you see here are not paid listings but the descriptions—provided without cost to resorts and camps—of those properties I feel are worthy of your attention. Over the course of several decades, I've visited more than 350 resorts on five continents and participated in some 50 different tennis camps, many more than once. It is that personal experience—supplemented now by reviews submitted by vacationers like you—that underpins this website.


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Drysdale 2019 Programs


Join us at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation for our all new Ladies Retreat from October 9-13th. This first-of-its-kind, Ladies Retreat is a 5 day, fun filled tennis getaway and will feature tennis instruction, learning seminars, video analysis, live-ball sessions, and so much more. If you are looking to improve our game, learn more about the intricacies of tennis, and overall have FUN, join us this October in Amelia Island! For more information, please call 830-625-5911x208, email k.steck@cliffdrysdale.com or visit us at  experiencecdt.com

Dave Marshall 2019
Dave Marshall Tennis runs Friday-Sunday weekend camps consisting of 8 hours of instruction and drills at $250/person as well as private clinics and other programing during the week. The professional staff includes Coach Dave Marshall, who coaches the Bryan Brothers and was a part of Mike Bryan’s doubles Grand Slams at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, and Coach Ellis Ferreira, who himself has two Grand Slam doubles titles. Optional lodging packages arranged. For more information, phone 302.645.0713, email dave@davemarshalltennis.com or visit Dave Marshall Tennis

Finding the Tennis Resort or Camp That's Best For You

What you'll find on these and the following pages is a suite of tools to help you make an informed choice on where to go. Start by checking out the rankings of the Top 100 Tennis Resorts and Camps, which we base solely on the reviews submitted by people like you. For more personal advice, use the "Tailored Search" form that lets you specify precisely the features you're looking for in a resort or camp. Those results link to my personal descriptions, which are supplemented by the reviews—good or bad—of others who themselves have been there. There are also maps of what can be found in six different regions of the U.S. and one for Europe. Every property we list appears in a master index, listing both alphabetically and by state, region, or country. There is also a section devoted to junior camps, though since I'm a little old to participate in any of those I've had to settle for writing a description and let those juniors who've attended or their parents write personal reviews. To supplement all of this I've included a calendar of events taking place at tennis properties across the globe. We also ask resorts or camps to put together packages that offer special discounts or perks to Tennis Resorts Online readers. You can contact me at . See you on the courts. —Roger Cox, Editor

Your Recent Reviews

Every time you review a resort or camp between now and April 30, 2020, you'll be automatically entered in a drawing to win a holiday at New England Tennis Holidays at Sugarbush, in Vermont.
Here's a sample of recent critiques of resorts and camps by other vacationers, followed by a link where you can post your own.

  • 4½-Ball Rating Kapalua Resort, Hawaii
    "Jason puts on an excellent program. We did a week long trip in July with 20 players and the clinics were extensive, the hospitality was top notch, and the Banana Bread was to die for. Jason made all of us feel welcome."—J.B., Pro, April 2019
  • 4½-Ball Rating Northstar Tennis, California
    "Our experience at Northstar Tennis was exceptional. The setting is picturesque and charming and the courts are well maintained. Most importantly the staff is wonderful. They are friendly, welcoming and know how to ensure a good experience no matter what the level of tennis expertise. The tennis instructions was excellent. We had individuals in our group with minimal experience and those who played on tennis teams back home. Everyone was given individual things to work on and were provided encouragement throughout. The snacks provided for the tennis clinics were modest but delicious. The Friday margarita party after the clinic was a fun way to end the week. The pro shop was quaint, but had all the necessary equipment and supplies. Northstar village is a close walk and has many shops and eateries, making the overall experience exceptional."—J.D., Int., April 2019
  • 4½-Ball Rating Boca Raton Resort & Club, Florida
    "Came for the tennis and wasn’t disappointed. Erik and Martin were fantastic and my kids loved Todd. Coming back esster"—L.O., Adv. Int., March 2019
  • 4½-Ball Rating Rafa Nadal Tennis Centre, QR Mexico
    "I recently stayed at the TRS Coral Resort in Costa Mujeres, part of the new Grand Palladium complex built there. I participated in a 3-day premium tennis clinic at the new Rafal Nadal Tennis Centre. It was supposed to be for 1-2 people, but I was lucky as I essentially got a 3-day private clinic. I went at the end of February, and I think the facility opened at the beginning of December. It wasn't that busy yet, as I think they're still growing the program. The tennis facilities are new and super nice. There are 3 covered courts that they use primarily for teaching which is nice, as it doesn't get as hot underneath the Mexican sun. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and it was easy to book courts to play, when not in the clinic. I don't think the resort is known as a tennis destination, as I saw very few people actually playing tennis who stayed there (it felt like it was the same 5 people that were there each day I went). However, the plus side of this, is that the resort definitely feels like a vacation destination and you can happily take a friend or significant other who may not play tennis but will still enjoy their time at the resort. In terms of the teaching, my only quibble was that it would have been nice to have the same instructor for all 3 days, as the instruction was a little disjointed between instructors (even though they said they shared notes). I'm still not sure what the Rafael Nadal program is, as it felt more like a regular clinic/lesson. That being said, the instructors I had for the 3 days were excellent, particularly Hector who was so patient and very good at breaking down the instruction into simpler steps. Overall, the tennis instruction and facilities were on par with any of the best facilities in the US, in a beautiful resort setting. You can have your vacation and tennis camp in one - the best of both worlds!"—M.C., Int., April 2019
  • 4-Ball Rating Reed Anderson Tennis School, California
    "My overall experience at Reed Anderson was exceptional. If fact, I have already made a second adult day camp reservation for next month! My 3 day camp consisted of 3 hours per day of instruction (including many different strokes), video analysis, and match play. I went to the camp solo and was placed in small groups of 3-5 people matched to my skill level. The adjustments the pros recommended for my specific strokes/game were not drastic but rather pretty easy to digest and incorporate right away without setting my game back too much. My fellow campers were enjoyable to play and learn with."—P.S., Adv. Int., April 2019

Vacation Sweepstakes

Tennis Resorts Online has once again secured four tennis vacations to give away in our annual drawing. Every review you file between now and April 30, 2020 gives you chance a winning one of these great tennis vacation prizes:

  • Cliff Drysdale Tennis at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort: The lucky winner can look forward to two days of tennis camp for two people (3 hours each day) taught by the Cliff Drysdale staff on the hard or clay courts in racquet park in the North Georgia picturesque foothills. The prize also includes two nights of accommodations in a Deluxe Inn room and access to all the recreation and amenities this winery and resort, near Atlanta, Georgia, has to offer. Valid from May 1-December 30, 2020.
  • New England Tennis Holidays at Sugarbush: This long-running and consistently highly rated tennis camp parlays a setting in Vermont's Green Mountains with a solid five-hour-a-day program run by experienced pros. The winner can look forward to two days of tennis camp (five hours a day) on Har-Tru courts and lunch both days, for two people (lodging is additional) Valid for 2020/2021 season.

Your Recent Reviews

Every time you review a resort or camp between now and April 30, 2020, you'll be automatically entered in a drawing to win a holiday at New England Tennis Holidays at Sugarbush, in Vermont.
Here's a sample of recent critiques of resorts and camps by other vacationers, followed by a link where you can post your own.

  • 4½-Ball Rating Kapalua Resort, Hawaii
    "Jason puts on an excellent program. We did a week long trip in July with 20 players and the clinics were extensive, the hospitality was top notch, and the Banana Bread was to die for. Jason made all of us feel welcome."—J.B., Pro, April 2019
  • 4½-Ball Rating Northstar Tennis, California
    "Our experience at Northstar Tennis was exceptional. The setting is picturesque and charming and the courts are well maintained. Most importantly the staff is wonderful. They are friendly, welcoming and know how to ensure a good experience no matter what the level of tennis expertise. The tennis instructions was excellent. We had individuals in our group with minimal experience and those who played on tennis teams back home. Everyone was given individual things to work on and were provided encouragement throughout. The snacks provided for the tennis clinics were modest but delicious. The Friday margarita party after the clinic was a fun way to end the week. The pro shop was quaint, but had all the necessary equipment and supplies. Northstar village is a close walk and has many shops and eateries, making the overall experience exceptional."—J.D., Int., April 2019
  • 4½-Ball Rating Boca Raton Resort & Club, Florida
    "Came for the tennis and wasn’t disappointed. Erik and Martin were fantastic and my kids loved Todd. Coming back esster"—L.O., Adv. Int., March 2019
  • 4½-Ball Rating Rafa Nadal Tennis Centre, QR Mexico
    "I recently stayed at the TRS Coral Resort in Costa Mujeres, part of the new Grand Palladium complex built there. I participated in a 3-day premium tennis clinic at the new Rafal Nadal Tennis Centre. It was supposed to be for 1-2 people, but I was lucky as I essentially got a 3-day private clinic. I went at the end of February, and I think the facility opened at the beginning of December. It wasn't that busy yet, as I think they're still growing the program. The tennis facilities are new and super nice. There are 3 covered courts that they use primarily for teaching which is nice, as it doesn't get as hot underneath the Mexican sun. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and it was easy to book courts to play, when not in the clinic. I don't think the resort is known as a tennis destination, as I saw very few people actually playing tennis who stayed there (it felt like it was the same 5 people that were there each day I went). However, the plus side of this, is that the resort definitely feels like a vacation destination and you can happily take a friend or significant other who may not play tennis but will still enjoy their time at the resort. In terms of the teaching, my only quibble was that it would have been nice to have the same instructor for all 3 days, as the instruction was a little disjointed between instructors (even though they said they shared notes). I'm still not sure what the Rafael Nadal program is, as it felt more like a regular clinic/lesson. That being said, the instructors I had for the 3 days were excellent, particularly Hector who was so patient and very good at breaking down the instruction into simpler steps. Overall, the tennis instruction and facilities were on par with any of the best facilities in the US, in a beautiful resort setting. You can have your vacation and tennis camp in one - the best of both worlds!"—M.C., Int., April 2019
  • 4-Ball Rating Reed Anderson Tennis School, California
    "My overall experience at Reed Anderson was exceptional. If fact, I have already made a second adult day camp reservation for next month! My 3 day camp consisted of 3 hours per day of instruction (including many different strokes), video analysis, and match play. I went to the camp solo and was placed in small groups of 3-5 people matched to my skill level. The adjustments the pros recommended for my specific strokes/game were not drastic but rather pretty easy to digest and incorporate right away without setting my game back too much. My fellow campers were enjoyable to play and learn with."—P.S., Adv. Int., April 2019

Exclusive Packages and Specials

Discounts, room upgrades, and special packages only available on Tennis Resorts Online.

PBI World Tennis Camp, Sept. 8-13, 2019

PBI World Tennis Camp, Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt, Austria, Sept. 8-13, 2019 With 8 red-clay courts laid out on the apron of the Wilder Kaiser mountains in Austria's Tirol, the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt makes for an uncommonly picturesque setting for this PBI World Tennis Camp. Participants receive more than 20 hours of instruction and programming over five days, equally divided between group clinics and supervised tournaments and other on-court activities. The package includes a welcome reception and closing ceremony, camp awards, gifts, pictures and much more. To book, visit PBITennis.com.

PBI World Tennis Camp, Dec. 3-7, 2019

PBI World Tennis Camp, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai, Dec. 3-7, 2017 Set in Dubai on the shores of the Arabian Gulf, Jumeirah Beach Hotel will stage a five-day PBI World Camp on its seven floodlit courts with special guest German Davis Cup Champion Patrik Kühnen. Participants can look forward more than 18-hours of instruction and programming, including eight hours of group themed clinics, more than 10 hours of on court socials, point play and round robins, a welcome mixer, awards dinner, camp pictures, awards and gifts as well as the opportunity to enjoy the hotel's five swimming pools and a private beach. To book, visit PBITennis.com.

Save $50-$100 on Krinsky Junior Tennis Camps

Julian Krinsky Tennis Camps and Programs Tennis Resorts Online has secured a discount of $100 off residential and $50 off day-camp registrations on any tennis camp you book at the Julian Krinsky School of Tennis. To get it, email imagine@jkcp.com or apply online at www.jkcp.com/tennis and use one of these codes: for Residential camps, TRORES, and for day camps, TRODAY. Offer expires Aug. 30, 2019 (NOTE: May not be combined with other discounts and does not apply to Red Ball Tennis). For more information, call 610-245-9401 or visit www.jkcp.com/tennis

Free Upgrade to One-bedroom Suite + Amenity Basket

Saddlebrook International Tennis at Saddlebrook Resort Book a Saddlebrook Adult Tennis Camp, which offers five hours a day of instruction, and a regular deluxe guest room at Saddlebrook Resort and they'll upgrade you to a one-bedroom suite (provided one is available at check in) at no extra cost (two-night minimum) and include a complimentary Saddlebrook Amenity basket. To get it, phone toll-free 800-729-8383, x4200 and ask for the Tennis Resorts Online Upgrade.

PBI World Tennis Camp, Dec. 4-8, 2019

PBI World Tennis Camp, Baha Mar, Bahamas, Dec. 4-8, 2019 Set on the Bahamia island of Nassau, Baha Mar is that rare resort with three playing surfaces: hard, clay, and grass. The camp comprises 18+ hours of on-court drills, competition, and activities, capped off with a Grand Slam mixer on all three surfaces.To book, visit PBITennis.com