Fall Tennis Camp is designed for boys and girls ages 5-15. The program runs Monday through Friday.
Junior Fall Camp is for boys and girls 5-15 years old. The camp runs Monday through Friday. If class is canceled due to environmental conditions, there will be a make-up class offered on the weekend.
Fall Tennis Camp:
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Price is $175 per week / $40 drop-in rate
Campers may bring a lunch. Some snacks and drinks are provided.
Fall Break Week 1: 10/3 – 10/7
Payment must be received in order to reserve spot for each session. No refunds – see online refund policy. We accept Discover, Mastercard, VISA, and American Express or please make checks payable to “Tennis Nation Racquet Sports” and bring to the Reno Tennis Center.
Reno Tennis Center
2601 Plumas Street
Reno, NV 89509
You may register online by utilizing the registration forms above.
Waiver of Liability for Participation at Reno Tennis Center and Tennis Nation Racquet Sports
It is expressly agreed that all use of the Reno Tennis Center Tennis Courts, Reno Tennis Center Tennis Facility, and the property on which the Center operates shall be undertaken by the Participant or Participant’s Guest at his or her sole risk, and that Tennis Nation Racquet Sports (TNRS) shall not be liable for any injuries or any damages to Participant or Guest or to property, of Participant or Guest or be subject to any claim, demand, injury, or damage whatsoever, including, without limitation, those damages, resulting from acts of active or passive negligence on the part of TNRS, its officers, or its Participants or Guests. The Participant and Guest forever releases and discharges TNRS, its owners, employees, successors from all claims, demands, injuries, damages, actions, or cause of action. TNRS shall not be responsible for liability to the Participant or Guest for articles damaged, lost, or stolen in or about the Facility or for losses or damages to any property, including but not limited to automobiles and the contents thereof.
I understand that Reno Tennis Center (RTC), Tennis Nation Racquet Sports (TNRS), and its staff members are not responsible for any accidents and/or medical or dental expenses incurred as a result of participating in Reno Tennis Center/TNRS activities. It is understood and agreed upon that all health or accident insurance claims are the responsibility of the participant and will be covered by the participant’s insurance.
Acknowledgment of Photo Waiver: TNRS may take and use photographs, video, film, and images of my child participating in or observing the activities. I waive any right or privacy, publicity, compensation, copyright, or other rights to those images and I consent to TNRS using those images.
Students are expected to be prepared and on time for practice. (Notification ahead of time for absence or late arrival.)
Filled water bottle to be brought to class. (Half gallon jug is ideal for classes that run over an hour.)
Bring appropriate sun protection. (Sunscreen, hats, visors, and sunglasses are encouraged.)
Tennis attire must be worn at all times. Dress appropriately for the weather conditions. (On hot days wear a short sleeve shirt and shorts. On cold days dress in layers.)
Tennis shoes must be worn. If none are available, non-marking basketball shoes are similar. (Slippers, running shoes, boots and cleats are not allowed.)
If a child is dressed inappropriately, the parents will be notified, and the child will not be allowed to participate in the class.
Demo racquets are for short term use, children need to have their own racquet to participate.
If you are unsure of what size racquet your child needs, please speak with your child’s instructor.
Parents can view their child’s class from outside the court. Parents are not allowed on the courts during their child’s instruction.
If you need information on how your child is progressing in class, please feel free to contact the junior program director.
Every effort will be made for the same instructor to teach a class court for the duration of the season. However, the club may substitute when circumstances arise which are beyond its control.
Good sportsmanship is encouraged and expected at all times, proper tennis etiquette will be taught during class.
Bad behavior, language, or abuse of equipment/facilities will be addressed by the instructor on court and communicated to the child’s parents after class for remediation.
Be respectful of others. Bullying and name calling in any form will not be tolerated.
Always be safe. Do not participate in any behavior that would risk injury to anyone else, such as throwing or hitting balls (when not asked to), throwing your racquet or any other object on or off the courts. None of these behaviors will be tolerated.
Demonstrate a positive attitude. Do not use any foul language, mock, tease, argue or complain to any other player or coach.