Tennis Opportunities for All Ages

Tennis Opportunities for All Ages

Reston-Herndon area provides opportunities for children, more experienced players.

Women players in action.

Women players in action.

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*Main Office of the Reston Association

12001 Sunrise Valley Drive

Reston, VA 20191 - 3404


Phone: 703 435-6502

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To register for leagues, lessons, and tournaments, visit Shop RA on the Reston Association Website.

*Membership details:

$20 Adults 18 years & older

$10 Children under 18

$35 Season Long Guest Pass for Members Only


Reston Association members may purchase passes for themselves, one household member over the age of 22, two household members between 18 and 22, and immediate family members under 18 online or at RA Member Services.

Must be 18 years or older, with a current photo I.D. or proof of owning or occupying a Reston residence where the RA Annual Assessment account is current.

Looking for open-air fun for the family this summer? The Reston Association provides a range of activities to soak up all of a family’s free time, including pools and tennis courts for guests and locals with the appropriate passes. Many half-sized tennis courts have opened around the Reston-Herndon area providing a non-competitive environment for children to ply their tennis arm while parents join in the fun, or take lessons from any one of the friendly coaches available for practicing drills and techniques.

Signing children up for tennis is just a matter of visiting the Association online at, and looking up tennis programs in the Parks, Recreation & Events section of the website. Instructors are available during spring, summer, and early fall, with classes ranging from 45 minutes to an hour, once or twice a week or on weekends. Children as young as 3 can get involved in classes that cater to their age group, while parents seeking a commitment to lessons for children 10 and under can register for the Quickstart tennis program, a step-by-step approach to teaching tennis to peers at similar skill levels over the course of three to six weeks.

Whether you're a beginner or a pro, a variety of tennis programs are available for the family no matter the age, skill, or time constraints at play, and summer 2012 is stocked with events, leagues, and ladder tournaments for all those seeking time on the courts. Sign up early as courses get booked quickly after becoming available for the summer. For questions and registration information contact or call 703-435-6502.