$110 for one week of kids' spring tennis camp ($240 value)
In the Tennis and Sports program, kids ages 3–16 practice everything from drills and fundamental stroke production to footwork and conditioning. The class also includes games, afternoon matchplay, and tournament play. After tennis, campers can cool off with recreational swimming in the pool. Children are divided up by age and skill level, and the camper-to-instructor ratio is 6:1.
Children 15 and older can enroll in Counselors in Training, where they get to do a half day of Tennis and Sports, then spend the afternoon coaching and supervising younger campers.
Both programs are March 24–28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
Jane Forman Tennis Academy
In 1986, Jane Forman stood on tennis' Mount Olympus—Centre Court at Wimbledon—and traded blows with an immortal: the legendary Martina Navratilova. Three years later, Jane—who soared into the world top 50 in her career—decided she'd rather impart her skills to others than continue playing professionally. So she founded Jane Forman Tennis Academy, where she links kids and adults alike with USPTA- and PTR-certified instructors to learn the rules of the game and hone their technique. The tennis pros tailor their curriculums to pupils' ability levels, helping them improve their serve, footwork, and most intimidating Gaelic battle cry. Private lessons are also available with Jane or another veteran of the hard court.