Tennis Courts in Astoria, New York
|Astoria Heights Playground 45th St, New York City||0.96 m||No|
|Astoria Park 21st St & Hoyt Ave, Astoria||0.97 m||No|
|William C Bryant High School 4810 31st Ave, New York City||1.06 m||No|
|City View Racquet Club 43-34 32nd Place, Long Island City||1.17 m||Yes|
Then, can you reserve tennis courts at Astoria Park?
Tennis Courts and Reservations
Tennis court reservations cost $15 per court, per hour. We allow players to make reservations for up to seven days ahead—not including the day that you make the reservation—up until midnight on the day before play.
Besides, where can I play tennis in Queens?
Where to play tennis in Queens
- BumbleBee Tennis. 21st Street, Astoria, 347-284-6061.
- CityView Racquet Club. 43-34 32nd Place, Long Island City, 718-389-6252.
- Cunningham Tennis Center. 196-00 Union Turnpike, Fresh Meadows, 718-740-6800.
- Youth and Tennis Academy. Various locations in Queens, 718-658-6728.
Do you need a permit to play tennis in NYC?
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.
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.
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.
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.
Adults 62 and older can purchase a permit for $20. Permits for children younger than 18 cost $10. Single-play permits can also be purchased for $15. The NYC Department of Parks and Recreation collected $822,650 in 2018 from seasonal tennis permit sales, records show.
Home to the United States Open, now just weeks away, New York is undeniably one of the best cities in which to watch tennis. But, as with many other popular activities here, it can be a tough place to play.