Missouri Valley / Iowa

Local Facilities Reopening

June 04, 2020

This is up-to-date as of June 4, 2020. Please click the link to the facility page for the most updated information.


In light of the ongoing pandemic, USTA Iowa 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.


Alpine Tennis Club, Dubuque-open

Ames Fitness Center-open

Ankeny Tennis Courts-open

Bettendorf Life Fitness Center-open

Birdland Park Tennis Courts-opens 7/6

Black Hawk Tennis Club, Waterloo-open

Brynes Park Tennis Center, Waterloo-open

Carder Indoor Tennis Center, Red Oak-open

Carroll Parks & Recreation-open

Des Moines Golf & Country Club-open

First Serve Indoor , South Sioux City NE-open

Genesis-Hickman Road, Des Moines, open

Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex-TBA 

Life Time Athletic, Des Moines-open

McCollum Waveland Tennis Complex, Des Moines-opens 7/6

North Dodge Athletic Club-open

Quad City Tennis Club, Moline, IL-open

River Cities Tennis & Pickleball Center, Clinton-open

Wakonda Club, Des Moines-open

Walker Johnston Tennis Courts, Urbandale-opens 6/14

West Des Moines Park and Recreation-open 

Westfield Tennis Club, Cedar Rapids-open


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

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