Summer Camps

2021 Summer Camps

This learn to play program is perfect for kids of all ages who are looking for an introduction to the sport of tennis or to further develop their skills. It’s perfect for beginner to intermediate level juniors aged 4-18 years old who are looking to learn the sport with an emphasis being placed on learning the fundamentals, rallying, serving and point play. A progressive approach will be used with age appropriate nets and tennis balls. Games will be played that are age and skill level appropriate. This program will run weekly throughout the summer from 1:00-3:00 daily with a max 6 students to 1 coach ratio.

Price: $135+HST/Week
Holiday Week Price: $110+HST/Week
* 10% discount for multiple camp weeks purchased *

What to Bring

  • Appropriate athletic footwear/attire
  • Water/Sport Drink
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Racquet

Program Dates

  • Week #1: July 5th - July 9th
  • Week #2: July 12th - July 16th
  • Week #3: July 19th- July 23rd
  • Week #4: July 26th - July 30th
  • Week #5: August 3rd - August 6th *No camp on Civic Holiday Monday Aug 3rd*
  • Week #6: August 9th - August 13th
  • Week #7: August 16th - August 20th
  • Week #8: August 23rd - August 27th
  • Week #9: August 30th - September 3rd

To signup for a week of the Summer Camps, please go online to and click on Register Online. If you have any questions please email Adrian at Please pay online using Credit Card after registering or your spot will not be held.


Program Terms

Camp fees are NON REFUNDABLE but TRANSFERRABLE for any registered week of camp BUT must be requested TWO WEEKS prior to the first day of the camp. Requests within the two-week period will not be transferrable. Extenuating circumstances will be considered.

Missed days due to sickness, injuries, vacations or other reasons will not be reimbursed. Prorated fees are not offered for days absent, or other full services not utilized.

In the event of rain, camp will be cancelled and a rain check will be issued and can be used on another day of camp for the duration of the summer. 24 HOURS notice is required for RAIN CHECK.

Summer Camp Protocols

Overall Protocols
  • Respect all communicated standards from national, provincial and municipal governments
  • Follow guidelines put forth by provincial and national sport governing bodies (Tennis Canada and Tennis Ontario)
  • Respect club policies and procedures
  • Staff members, parents or guardians and children must not attend the program if they are sick, even if symptoms resemble a mild cold. Symptoms to look for include: fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, nasal congestion, headache and a general feeling of being unwell.
Staff Protocols
  • Staff must fill out screening questionnaire and submit before the first day of operation
  • Staff will use hand sanitizer between groups/lessons and as they enter and exit the facility
  • Maintain proper social distancing with participants as well as adults/parents as much as possible
  • Avoid sharing equipment/supplies whenever possible. Disinfect regularly if sharing cannot be avoided.
  • Clean and sanitize coaching baskets, ball tubes and any other equipment after each program
  • Maintain physical distancing during breaks, and outdoor/indoor activities. Minimize physical contact with the children wherever possible.
  • STAY AT HOME if you are sick or show symptoms. If either, please notify person in charge immediately.
Student Protocols
  • Arrive as close to start and pickup time as possible to reduce the time at the facility
  • Provide hand sanitizer and disinfectant spray to participants
  • Parents who are nonmembers of the club are not to enter the premise other than in case of an emergency
  • Communication will be done using technology as much as possible (text, phone or email) to communicate with parents
  • Clubhouse will be closed so no access to campers or parents
  • Washrooms are only accessible in emergency situations if available
  • Practice social distancing as much as possible
  • Do not share drinks and snacks with other participants
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Washing or sanitizing hands as appropriate before and after breaks and at the beginning and end of the camp.
  • Sneeze and cough into your sleeve
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands
  • Wash your clothes as soon as you get home
  • STAY AT HOME if you are sick or show symptoms. If either, please notify person in charge immediately