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What is Tennis in the Parks?

TennisInParksTennis in the Parks is a partnership between the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) for the purpose of providing ideas and resources to grow tennis programming in public parks across the nation, as well as helping public parks create programs that are affordable and self-sustaining.
 
Tennis In the Parks (TIP) and all associated program resources are FREE to eligible agencies that are committed to growing and improving tennis programs and infrastructure in the community. Simply browse the sections below to find the resources to help you grow the game in your park!.  Read More

Tennis in the Parks/Military Outreach Veterans Day Initiative

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The USTA encourages you to say thank you to veteran and military families this Veterans Day by hosting a Tennis Play Day. Click here for more information on how to start planning your Play Day!

How to Get Started

Program Resources

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The USTA supports a variety of programs for youth and adults. Learn how you can provide 10 and Under Tennis, Play Days, Junior Team Tennis, USTA Adult League Tennis, Tournaments, National Junior Tennis & Learning Programs, Coaches Workshops, and more. Learn more

Facility Resources

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USTA facility services include grants to help with court construction and renovations. Services also include free technical support to help assess, develop, design and plan facilities. Learn more

Connect with a Peer Advisor

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What better way to get ideas and tips than from another park professional! Our peer advisor program has created a network of parks and recreation professionals with successful tennis programs who are here to help you! Find your local peer advisor and start connecting for great ideas! Learn more

Working with your local Community Tennis Association

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One of the best ways to build great tennis programs is to work with community partners. Some of the best parks programs are direct results of a partnership with a local community tennis association (CTA). Learn about CTAs and how you can work together to make great tennis programs! Learn more
 
For more info on Community Tennis Associations click here

Become a USTA Organizational Member

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For only $35 a year, you can become an official USTA organizational member.  This membership entitles you to numerous USTA resources, including facility grants, technical assistance, free marketing materials and the ability to program official USTA tournaments and leagues for youths and adults. Learn more

Grants and Advocacy Resources

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The USTA offers a number of grants that parks and recreation agencies are eligible for. Grants include funding for facilities, programs, and continuing education. Learn more

Workshops and Continuing Education

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The USTA offers a variety of on-site and online trainings designed to help your coaches and your administrators improve tennis programming. Many of these workshops are free to you! Others can actually make you money. Learn about 10 and Under Tennis Workshops, Recreational Coach Workshops, the Community Tennis Development Workshop, and more. Learn more

 
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