Tennis Program

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Spring Session registration will open February 1, 2024!

At Bentonville Parks and Recreation, we offer Adult Recreation Tennis along with private lessons! Our program offers tennis skill development, fundamental practice, and proper form etiquette for every tennis player regardless of skill level. Our tennis coaches are some of the top tennis pros around and have a high level of knowledge, experience, and skill. Bentonville Parks and Recreation brings a prestigious tennis program to public of all ages who want to learn tennis, improve their skill, or just get out and play.

All tennis programming will take place at Citizens Park, Memorial Park and Wildwood Park.

Adult Recreation Tennis

This program is reserved for participants 18+. This includes players of 2.0 - 3.5 tennis skill level and will allow any player to learn and improve on skill, technique, and strategy in a fun group setting. These drills are offered in our seasonal sessions.

All drills will be held at the Citizens Park Tennis Complex - 1101 SW Citizens Circle. 1 drill per week for 8 weeks.

Adult Recreation Tennis - 18+ - Thursdays - 6-7pm - $120

Private Tennis Lessons

Private lessons are for any player or players that would like individual or special instruction. These lessons will be set up directly through our Bentonville Parks & Recreation Tennis Pros.

Please contact Baylee D'Amico - bdamico@bentonvillear.com prior to purchase to get set up for any private tennis lessons.

Prices

Private$60 / an hour for 1 player
Half-Hour Private$35 / half-hour for 1 player
Semi-Private$35 / an hour for 2 players
Group-Private$30 / an hour for 3+ players

Must have all participating players prior to registration for Semi and Group Lessons.

Tennis Pro Packs
Tennis Pro Private Lesson - 5 Pack$300
Tennis Pro Private Lesson - 10 Pack$600
Tennis Pro Private Lesson - 25 Pack$1,500


*CANCELLATION POLICY: Please give a minimum of 24 hours' notice for any private lesson cancellation to avoid a charge for the lesson.