We first opened our doors in January 1973 as an eight-court tennis club. Over the years we have grown in facilities and in members to become the largest and most complete health club in the Boston area and continue to meet the needs and lifestyles of busy professionals, families and fitness enthusiasts. We are continuously awarded in recognition of our fine athletic facilities, programs, services and staff. We invite you to experience all that the Boston Athletic Club has to offer.
Pound some pavement and hit some balls on the tennis courts at Boston University Track and Tennis Center in Boston.
Service and taste make a great restaurant, and that's why you won't be disappointed by this club.
Got kids? No problem at Boston University Track and Tennis Center! This club is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When all you need is a tennis court to keep in practice, Sportsmen's Tennis Club in Dorchester Center is there for you and your friends.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Lasting friendships could be a natural side effect of the fast-paced match play that occurs atop Franklin Park Tennis Association’s Shattuck Grove courts. The nonprofit organization enlists certified tennis pros to teach fundamentals during summer classes and camps and winter indoor lessons, while fostering a sense of community among players.
On Saturdays during the summer, classes for kids, youths, and adults are scheduled one after the other. This gives parents an opportunity to chat as kids play, and players get some time to connect before hitting the courts. Competitors can walk away with new comrades and a greater appreciation for active, healthy living that’s usually only obtained by blending a year’s worth of fitness magazines into a morning smoothie.