Missouri Valley / Heart Of America

Facilities Reopening With Precautions

Jerod Fox | May 28, 2020

This is up-to-date as of June 16, 2020. Please click the link to the facility page for the most updated information.


In light of the ongoing pandemic, the USTA Heart of America is committed to keeping players in the loop. With that in mind, below is a list of area clubs and facilities that have begun the reopening process, as well as what protective measures they are taking to keep their players safe.


Indian Creek Recreation Center - Tennis courts are open but limited to non-contact activities

Barry Road Park - Open

Blue Hills Country Club - Open - Outdoor only

Carriage Club - Open 

Clayview Country Club - Open 

Elite Squad - Open - Restrictions on court use and programming

Genesis, KCRC - Closed due to remodeling, targeted to reopen July 1

Genesis, Lawrence South - Open

Genesis, Overland Park - Open

Genesis, St. Joseph - Open

Harmon Park - TBD

Homestead Country Club - Open

Indian Hills Country Club - TBD

Jayhawk Tennis Center - Open

Jewish Community Center - Partially reopened 

Kansas City Country Club - Open - Outdoor only

Leawood Parks Tennis Center - Closed Until Further Notice

Metro East Tennis Center - TBD

Milburn Country Club - Open

Mill Valley High School - TBD

Minor Park - Open

Mission Hills Country Club - Open - Outdoor only

Northland Racquet Club - Open - Limited openings and programming

Overland Park Racquet Club - Open - Limited play for members

Plaza Tennis Center - Open

Rockhurst University - TBD

Santa Fe Trails Park - Open

Sports Pavilion Courts - Open

Woodside - Open - Limited play for members

Check out the USTA's Player Guidelines for safely returning to play. 

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