The Ultimate Guide To Asheville and the Western North Carolina Mountains
The Ultimate Guide to Asheville & the Western North Carolina Mountains

The Online Version of the Best-selling Regional Guidebook

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For tennis players, many mountain cities and towns have city parks that have tennis courts available for public play. In Asheville the Asheville Parks and Recreation Department lists a total of 32 public tennis courts on their website. Information about these courts, as well as the annual city Open Tennis Tournament for Junior and Adult divisions held each July,  can be obtained by calling the Asheville Parks and Recreation Department, 828-259-5800.

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Asheville Pro Tennis League 828-230-4510
Asheville Tennis Association  828-251-4074
North Carolina Tennis Association 2709 Henry Street, Greensboro NC 27405, 336-852-8577
United States Tennis Association 70 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains NC 914-696-7000


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Aston Park Tennis Center
About: City of Asheville Parks and Recreation public facility. Aston Park Tennis Center is one of the finest public clay court facilities in the United States. There are 12 lighted clay courts designed and constructed of the HarTru Fast Dry clay court material. Open April to December. Reservations & fees to play.
Address: 336 Hilliard Avenue, Asheville NC 28801

Weaver Park
About: Very easy to find North Asheville park located on Merrimon Avenue. Park and tennis courts will be on the right.  No reservations needed—first come, first served basis.
Address: Merrimon Avenue, Asheville NC 28801

Watauga County Department of Parks and Recreation Tennis Courts
About:  Four Watauga County public courts
Address: 231 Complex Drive, Boone NC 28607

Jackson Park
About:  Eight tennis courts in the best Hendersonville park.
Address: 801 Glover Street, Hendersonville NC 28792

Recreation Park
About: Six tennis courts maintained by the Waynesville Parks and Recreation Department.
Address: Marshall Street, Waynesville NC 28786


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