The Caughlin Athletic Club nestled within the Caughlin Ranch community sits above the Truckee River in the shadow of Cross Peak. Caughlin Athletic Club has 8 outdoor tennis courts, 7 of which are lit, 3 outdoor pickleball courts, and two indoor pickleball courts. There are Playmate ball machines available for rent. The Caughlin Athletic Club tennis center in Reno is family oriented and has several other amenities including a fitness center, dance studio, indoor basketball court, volleyball court, beach bar, and provides child care services from infants to elementary school.
For all ages & abilities.
Beginner to advanced.
Full day and half day.
Caughlin Athletic Club is a private facility and membership is required. Non members can participate in weekly adult/junior classes and take private lessons at a higher non member rate. For membership information, please visit the Front Desk.
Tennis Nation Racquet Sports
4100 Caughlin Pkwy, Reno, NV 89519
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday (5AM – 9PM)
Saturday (7AM – 8PM)
Sunday (7AM – 8PM)
Day Guest Pass:
Non-members – $20 (non members can only reserve a court for same day)
Reserve courts up to 72 hours in advance.
Ball Machine Rental:
$15 per use. Call the Front Desk to Reserve (775) 747-6006 Extension 0
Private and group lessons also available.
We accept Cash, Check, Mastercard, and VISA. All payments are made to Caughlin Athletic Club. Tennis Shop purchases are made to Tennis Nation Racquet Sports.
Director of Racquet Sports
Randy is a former NCAA D1 college player and USPTA elite tennis pro with 18 years of coaching experience. As director of racquet sports, Randy focuses on coaching, programing, marketing, and streamlining operations. His goal is to provide racquet sports opportunities and exceptional experiences for all members of Caughlin Athletic Club.
Head of Racquet Sports Events
Kristine organizes all the racquet sports events, leagues and tournaments at Caughlin Athletic Club. As a junior, Kristine played tennis in Wisconsin and obtained a number two ranking in her division. Kristine went on to play four years of collegiate tennis for St. Lawrence University in upstate New York. On court, Kristine brings personality and passion that makes the game fun and memorable.
Lucy started tennis at 5 years old and grew up playing the Junior Circuit. She attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale on a tennis scholarship and majored in Music Education. She has been teaching tennis since high school and has taught at Livermore Valley Tennis Club, The Ridge Racquet Club in Grass Valley, Martis Camp in Truckee, and is teaching at Caughlin Athletic Club.
Tennis & Pickleball Pro
Chris was born and raised in Reno, and began playing tennis when he was 3 years old with his father Carlo. As a junior, Chris competed in USTA Northern California tournaments and won the team state championship for Galena High School in 2001. Chris went on to play division I tennis for the University of Nevada and continues to compete in tournaments today.
I love Pickleball and I love teaching it! Improving a player’s game and watching that “lightbulb” moment occur during a lesson is euphoric. As a senior player, at times you question the wisdom of those aches and pains. But those aches and pains inform you that you are alive and well!
In 2021 I received certification via the Professional Pickleball Registry (PPR) so I could improve my instruction ability.
My other activities are: Travel, cycling, Spanish, and being a yoga instructor (RYA 200hr)