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218 16th Avenue South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Ph: (904) 247-6221
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
I am happy to inform you that Albrecht Catalan has joined our team as Facility Manager. Brecht, as he likes to be called, has been on the local tennis scene for many years. He has over twenty (20) years of being involved with the tennis industry and comes most recently from the Boone Park Facility in Riverside. He is very excited to return to Huguenot where he spent many of his youth hitting tennis balls and playing in Junior leagues. You, undoubtedly see Brecht at the tennis facility in the upcoming days and months. Please give him a warm welcome.
At the October 3, 2016 City Council meeting, City Council members approved a contract for our new teaching tennis professional, Dan Carozza. Dan comes to us from the Atlanta, Georgia area where he has over twenty (20) years of teaching and tennis director experience at large public facilities and private country clubs. A top-ranked junior player at the USTA's Southern section, he played collegiately at the University of Alabama. He also has professional playing experience on the USTA Satellite Circuit. Dan is a USPTA certified professional who enjoys working with junior and adult players of all levels. He served on the board of directors of the Georgia Professional Tennis Association and is a USTA tournament director and referee. Dan is excited to be a part of the First Coast tennis community and is looking forward to teaching, hosting leagues and tournaments, socials and charity events. If you would like to book an instruction time with Dan, please contact the Tennis Facility.
Jayce Teeman and Irene Fellows round out our wonderful staff at the Tennis Facility.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mary Ellen Donner, Parks & Recreation Director at 247-6236.
Sunday Morning ROUND ROBIN: Is for all levels of play. This is a social event, play begins at 9:00am.
Events are subject to change we will try to keep website up to date. Any questions please feel free to call 904-247-6221.
Monday - Friday 9am-noon - 3pm-9pm
The clubhouse is closed on all major holidays but the courts are left open.
Court fees are $4.00 for Beaches Energy customers, and $5.00 for Non-Beaches Energy customers. With memberships required for league play.
Membership: Per Quarter Rates are as follows: Beaches Energy Customer $56.75, Non Beaches Energy Customer $62.43, Senior Beaches Energy Customer $31.82, Senior Non Beaches Energy Customer $34.48.
Reservations can be made the present day, and two days in advance. Courts are reserved 1-1/2 hours for singles, and 2 hours for doubles. If no one needs a court you can keep playing. Reservations are forfeited 15 minutes after the reservation time if you are not present.
Jacksonville Beach Tennis Center has men’s, morning ladies, working women’s, mixed doubles, junior, and senior teams at all levels. Membership is required for league play.
JBTC has a strong junior program for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players. Also offered are adult beginner and intermediate clinics, along with teen clinics and private lessons.
JBTC is a fun place to play tennis. When league play isn’t keeping the courts full, the center offers round robins, mixers, and annual tournaments. The annual Iron Man, Iron Woman, Junior Senior citizen challenge Holiday Round Robin, Mixed Doubles Madness, and Morning Ladies Mixer have all been great successes. These tournaments and activities are not only fun but they help raise money to allow JBTC to transport special needs kids to the center to have fun.
JBTC’s staff, with the help of volunteers, gives free clinics to special needs children and others. In particular, the program with Alden Road Exceptional Student’s Center has been a huge success. These kids, with the help of volunteers and staff from both centers, are transported and given free tennis clinics through the school year. We end the year with a Tennis Carnival which is always a lot of fun. The local high school (Fletcher) girl’s team practices at JBTC. And a new program which began this year, a tennis summer camp was given to Carver Center (low income children). They seemed to have a great time; we hope to offer this again next summer. JBTC strives to help the community through the sport of tennis.
Good sportsmanship and proper tennis attire is required at ALL TIMES. Membership required for league play.