Bristol Tennis Courts

Are you looking for tennis courts in Bristol? Our guide will show you all the tennis courts near you including public courts, clubs and indoor courts.

From Frenchay to Clifton, we will show you tennis courts and clubs where Bristol residents can play.

Whether it be park courts, a tennis club, indoor or at a leisure centre, take a look at our listings to help you pick up your rackets and play.

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Tennis Courts In Bristol

We’ve created a directory of all the tennis courts and clubs in and near Bristol. We also have excellent deals on memberships and lessons too. Here is a list of all the tennis clubs and courts in the Bristol area:

  • Ashton Park
  • Bristol Central Tennis Club
  • Clifton Lawn Tennis Club
  • Canford Park Tennis Courts
  • Comb Dingle
  • Cotham Park Tennis Club
  • Crescent Lawn Tennis Club
  • David Lloyd Emersons Green
  • David Lloyd Long Ashton
  • Downend and Frenchay Tennis Club
  • Eastville Park Tennis Courts
  • Greville Smyth Club
  • Hengrove Park Leisure Centre
  • Henleaze Tennis Club
  • Kings Club
  • Knowle Tennis Club
  • Lakeview
  • Page Park Tennis Courts
  • Portishead Lawn Tennis Club
  • Victoria Park Tennis CLub
  • Westbury Park Tennis Club
  • Winterbourne Tennis Club
  • Woodlands LTC

Either do a search or click through on your area to find out more. If you have more specific questions then please contact us through the contact form below:

Bristol Parks Tennis

Bristol Parks Tennis is an organisation managed by the West of England Sports Trust and Bristol Council. They include 3 park courts:

  • Eastville (2 tarmac courts)
  • Canford (8 tarmac courts)
  • St George Park ((5 tarmac courts)

They offer membership of £35 per family and this gives anyone in your household access to the courts. There is also a pay and play option and you can book the courts online and pay per hour. You can also book coaching through Bristol Parks tennis too. There are also free lessons too, please check the Bristol Parks Tennis website for further details.

Whether it be park tennis courts, how to book a court or just to pay and play per hour, we have a comprehensive tennis courts guide for Bristol. Bristol city council play an active part in tennis provision in the city. This is through park tennis which Bristol city council manage.

Bristol Tennis Clubs

One great way to play tennis is to join a tennis club. Bristol has some great clubs and here is a list of them that are affiliate with the LTA:

  • Bristol Central
  • Clifton Lawn
  • Cotham Park
  • Crescent Lawn
  • David Lloyd Bristol Emersons Green
  • David Lloyd Bristol Long Ashton
  • Downend and Frenchay
  • Greville Smyth
  • Henleaze Tennis
  • Kings Tennis
  • Knowle Tennis
  • Portishead Lawn
  • Victoria Park
  • Westbury Park
  • Winterbourne
  • Woodlands LTC

Which Type of Bristol Tennis Court is Best for You?

There are a number of different options when choosing a tennis court to play at in Bristol. These are:

  • OutdoorTennis Clubs
  • Public Courts
  • Free Courts
  • Park Tennis Courts
  • Bristol City Council Tennis Court
  • Indoor Tennis Centre

Of course, convenience is a big factor and you’ll want some courts that are near to you. But you’ll also want to consider some of the following options too:

  • Cost of court hiring or club membership
  • Online booking days in advance
  • Coaching and lessons
  • Availability (or lack of)
  • Court Surfaces
  • State of facilities
  • Tennis Coaching

On our location pages we’ve included public courts, tennis clubs and indoor tennis centres and features including number of courts and booking that can help you make that decision.

Plus, there will be deals for coaching and membership and the postcode so you can see if it’s near you. Also, if we have a membership deal we will include a button. We’ll now go on to talk about the advantages and disadvantages of joining a private tennis club, playing on public courts (including free ones). Whether you want to join a club or just play at your local park courts we can help you pick up your racket and have some fun playing tennis.

Booking Tennis Courts

There can be nothing more frustrating than turning up to courts to find they’ve already been booked or free courts are already being played on.
In our directory we’ll let you know if booking is possible. Also, have you considered joining a club? This usually means there are sessions when you can turn up and play or you can book. We have special membership deals with tennis clubs for adults and juniors near Bristol so watch out for these.

Convenience

You’ll want to play at tennis courts near to you. That’s why we’ve researched the courts and clubs near you

Free Courts
Sometimes you just want to odd hit and money can be a factor. While the number of free courts in Bristol Park are limited, it is still possible to find free courts. We’ve located them at venues around Bristol.

Just check out our directory at the beginning of this guide for more details. Advantages of playing on free courts include it’s free, good for occaisional players. There are disadvantages to consider though, including you may have to wait, busy at peak times and summer, court surface more likely to be poor and no facilities such as club house.

Public Courts

There are a good number of public courts near Bristol. Check out directory at the beginning of the guide.

Players have 2 options which are paid courts you can book and free courts (please see the relevant section).

For use of public courts you can book, you can usually do it online and choose the time you want. Some are just turn up and play.

Advantages of paid public courts include book at a time convenient to you, online booking likely, court surfaces likely to be better maintained, facilities are likely to be better and well run.

Sometimes you just want to pick up a racket and play tennis for free without getting a membership. We’ve done the research and found all the free public courts in Bristol. Check out Google Maps for the latest options.

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