Hours of Operation for all Tennis Centers
Mon.-Thurs. from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. EXCEPT Greenwood Tennis Center which is open from 3-10 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m. EXCEPT Greenwood Tennis Center, which is closed but courts are available for free play.
BREC has five major tennis centers which feature pro shops, lighted courts, racquet stringing, instruction and racquet and ball machine rentals.
Capital One Tennis Center at City Park
1515 Dalrymple Drive.
Forest Community Park Center
13900 S. Harrell's Ferry Rd.
Greenwood Park Center
13350 Hwy. 19, Baker
Highland Road Community Park Center
14024 Highland Road, 70810
7505 Independence Blvd.
Youth (under 12 years of age)
$2 per hour
$6 per hour
Hitting wall (Independence)
$1.50 per hour
$1.50 per hour
Indoor Court (Independence)
$8 per hour
Ball machine rental is available at Independence Park, Highland Road Park and Capital One Tennis Center at City Park for $5 per hour. Ball rental is $3 per hour.
Neighborhood Tennis Courts
BREC has numerous neighborhood tennis courts located throughout the parish. Neighborhood courts are open to the public and are free of charge. Click here for a listing of BREC tennis courts. This list shows the name of the park, park address, number of courts lighted/unlighted, as well as staffed tennis centers. Click here for a map.
BREC's Tennis Centers offer a variety of programming for youth players. Programs include two year-round tennis academies (Independence and Highland Parks), QuickStart tennis, tournaments, after-school programs, and Holiday camps. Individual and group instruction for various skill levels is provided by certified tennis instructors. For more information about BREC's tennis programs, call the Tennis Department at 225-272-9200, ext. 549. Also, you may download monthly Tennis Programming Guides below.
Click here for the NJTL Summer Program Registration Form.
Spring Open House Series for Juniors
Saturdays from Jan 12-May 25 at City Park
Click here for more information.
Click here for the 2013 Calendar of 10 and Under Play Days.
Independence Tennis Center Will Host PTR Certification Workshop on May 18. Click Here for more information.
Click here for Independence Community Park.
Click here for Forest Community Park.
Click here for Highland Road Community Park.
Click here for City-Brooks Community Park.
Click here for G.O.T. Camp (Golf, Outdoor recreation and Tennis) Brochure.
Click here for G.O.T. Camp General Inforamtion.
Adult programs include cardio tennis, tennis boot camp, tournaments and leagues. Individual and group instruction for various skill levels are provided by certified tennis instructors. For more information about BREC's tennis programs, call the Tennis Department at 225-272-9200 ext 549. Also, you may download monthly tennis programming guides below.
Did you know that BREC has a Spanish Speaking Tennis Instructor? For more information, email Carlos Roldan at email@example.com.
Cardio Tennis- May/JuneIndependence Park
Click here for a Independence Park Registration Form.
Click here for Summer Novice Leagues.
Click here for Summer Plus Novice Leagues. (June)
BREC now offers Adult Team Tennis Leagues this summer beginning the first week in June.
Registration is available now.
The deadline to register is May 20.
Click here for more information.
Click here for rules and regulations.
Click here for the Summer League Registration Form.
Baton Rouge Tennis League Information
Click here to view local league information. Captains forms and players applications are posted; and league results are posted throughout the season.
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BREC will host the Doug Williams Football Camp, Dance and Cheer Clinic on May 11 from 8 a.m.-noon at BREC’s Memorial Stadium, 1702 Foss St.
BREC will celebrate the Grand Opening of the Team Automotive Group Sportsplex during Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday, May 11
While Baton Rouge is celebrating its own bike month, May is National Bike Month. BREC’s Baton Rouge Velodrome is pictured and mentioned in Bicycling Magazine’s “A Dizzy Dozen” for being one of the most colorful and unusual in the country.
As part of the nationwide effort to get 10-million more kids to spend more time outdoors, BREC is launching a new six-month program called Expedition BREC. The program will kick off at one of BREC’s premier events, Zippity Zoo Fest on April 6-7, and will include interactive displays representing the many different ways BREC offers children and families to get moving, get outdoors and have fun.
The organizational meetings for BREC/BRABA Basketball League for 2012-2013 season will be held Sept. 11 and 18, at the BREC Milton J. Womack Office Ballroom.