Tennis rackets were originally made of wood, which wasn’t ideal, since tennis balls were originally made of fire. Feel the heat of competition with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a half-day tennis camp for children age 7–14, 9 a.m.–noon, Monday–Thursday (a $229 value)
- $149 for a full-day tennis camp for children age 7–14, 9 a.m.–3 p.m., Monday–Thursday (a $349 value)<p>
Certified tennis instructors teach kids basic tennis skills in groups of up to eight. Beyond technique, the camps focus on fitness, life lessons, and having fun. Camps are held at the following locations on the following dates:
- Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1000 River Rd.: June 24, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29, August 5, and August 12, August 19 or August 26
- St. Joseph Regional High School, 40 Chestnut Ridge Rd.: June 24, August 5, or August 12<p>
TGA of Bergen County
TGA of Bergen County's coaches know golf and tennis, but above all else, they know kids. The highly trained pros and education experts have teamed up to design age-specific golf and tennis programs that not only teach children the rules of the game but also instill valuable life lessons, education, and a love for physical fitness. A proud USTA National Partner, the TGA develops its methodologies and curriculum in conjunction with the USTA's youth tennis standards. As children swing clubs and rackets, the instructors stress playing fair and developing self-confidence through success, giving them positive motivation and praise after they sink a tricky putt or hit a winner on the tennis court. The classes are interspersed with academic lessons on subjects such as math, science, and history, and of course, a healthy dose of fun. Whether the prescreened and certified instructors are leading kids in a summer camp or after-school program, they provide all the clubs, rackets, balls, and robo-caddies needed.
84% of 19 customers recommend
“Great staff but I wished the camp was for 5 days insted of 4. My daughter had a great time.”
“My daughter had the time of her life”