- Private Tennis Lessons: $60 HR.
- Group Tennis Lessons: $40 HR.
Considering this, how much does it cost to play tennis in Central Park?
Full-Season Permits: $100 per year for adults, ages 18 to 61. Discounts available for seniors, kids, and teens. Single-Play Permit: $15 for a single-play permit (cash only). A single-play permit allows you to play at any tennis court in any borough for one hour.
Beside above, how do you play tennis in Central Park?
The easiest way to reserve a court at Central Park is through our online tennis reservation system. Advance reservations cost $15 per court, per hour. You may make up to two reservations per day online. Every player on the court must have a valid single-play ticket or season permit before playing.
How much should tennis lessons cost?
Tennis Lessons Price List
|Tennis Lesson Length||Average Cost|
It’s easy to become a tennis player in New York City—you can purchase a tennis permit and reserve a court online! … Tennis permits are required for the 2021 tennis season. If you purchased a permit for the 2020 tennis season, you will be mailed a new one for 2021 at no additional charge.
Where To Play Tennis For Free
- Council Courts. All those tennis courts you see in parks and playing fields, some of course cost money, but some are available on a first come first serve basis. …
- Community Charities. …
- Club Trials. …
- Universities: Students & Alumni.
|Flushing Fields Memorial||Flushing Fields 149th St. & 25th Ave.||Hard|
|Flushing Meadows Corona Park||Flushing Meadows Corona Park Flushing Meadows Corona Park||Hard|
|Forest Park||Forest Park Park Lane South & 89th St.||Hard|
|Highland Park- Lower Playground||Highland Park Elton St. & Jamaica Ave.||Hard|
Most courts are open from 8:00 a.m. to dusk, except at Central Park where courts open at 7:00 a.m. and Randall’s Island where courts open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. … Tennis permit sales have been suspended for the 2020 season.
Today, most brands like Nike, Adidas, Asics and Babolat offer all-court tennis shoes that are designed to handle the subtleties of all three court types. If you aren’t going to be playing on one specific surface type, these multi-purpose shoes may be your best bet.
Chelsea Piers is the premier place for adults and juniors to learn tennis through clinics and private lessons, to play recreationally and to compete year-round. We are excited to reopen our courts beginning with court rentals, junior clinics and private lessons.