This public facility, with eleven lighted courts, is quietly situated next to St. Jude Medical Center. Our goal is to provide the community with first-class tennis programming for beginning, recreational, and advanced tennis players to enjoy.
Contact us by phone: (714) 773-5750 or by E-mail
Court Reservations accepted by phone, in person and Online.
The Tennis Pavilion features include a lounge with televisions (tuned-in to the Tennis Channel, of course), warm-up room, expanded locker rooms with showers.
TENNIS MATCH PROGRAM
If you are looking to play singles or doubles, call the Fullerton Tennis Center at (714) 773-5750 and we will match you with players of your level. We can set up men’s, women’s or mixed doubles matches and provide information regarding league play. Please send us an E-mail with your name, phone number, tennis rating and availability for play and we will get you on the courts as soon as possible.
We offer adult private as well as group lessons from the beginner to the advanced player. For adult lessons contact Dave Mann at (714) 773-5750 or go to FullertonEConnect.com to browse or sign-up for these classes.
Ages: 5 to 18
Private and group lessons, six days a week for ages four and up.
All levels of play, from tiny tots to the tournament training group are available.
Contact Dave Mann at (714) 773-5750.
To join a USTA team please contact Dave Mann at (714) 773-5750. We currently have 13 different USTA teams to choose from for league play. Ranging from beginners to advanced, kids to seniors, there is sure to be a team that fits your game! We have morning leagues as well as night and weekend leagues.
SENIOR MEN'S GROUP
On Monday mornings, the tennis center has a senior men's day. If you are interested in playing from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. send us an E-mail with your name and we will contact you to arrange play. We play doubles with rotating partners . . . lots of fun, and great for those who need to find partners.
MIXED DOUBLES 3.5 - 4.0 This is a drop-in group that plays at 6:30 p.m. on Friday evenings. To play, just show up with racquet in hand.