Where to Play Tennis and Pickleball in Winston-Salem

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Tennis Courts + Pickleball in Winston-Salem

The Winston-Salem Open is a men’s professional tennis tournament played on the ATP Tour (US Open Tour) right here in Winston-Salem. Even before the Open came to Winston, this city has been hosting tournaments since 1924. Tennis and Winston-Salem just go together – always have and always will. With clinic offerings, over 100 public courts, and a variety of events throughout the year, tennis is readily available! Check out this guide for all you need to know about how and where to start playing tennis and pickleball in Winston-Salem. 

Updated March 2024

Brought to you by The Winston-Salem Open

 

Outdoor Public Courts in Winston-Salem:

Leinbach Park

3635 Sally Kirk Rd., Winston-Salem | 3 hard courts | Lights

Tennis Courts in Winston-Salem

Hanes Park (Joe White Tennis Center) 

695 West End Blvd Nw, Winston-Salem | 14 clay courts & 6 hard courts | Serve First Racquet Sports operates Joe White Tennis Center, offering lessons, clinics, and much more!

Oak Summit Park

370 Oak Summit Rd., Winston-Salem | 6 pickleball courts | 1 tennis court | No lights

Old Town Park

4550 Shattalon Dr., Winston-Salem | 3 tennis courts with pickleball lines | Construction will begin this spring to convert tennis courts to 8 pickleball courts | Lights

Little Creek Park

698 Foxcroft Dr., Winston-Salem | Construction will begin this spring to convert tennis courts to 8 pickleball courts

Sedge Garden

401 Robbins Rd., Winston-Salem | 10 pickleball courts | No lights

Central Park

803 E Salem Ave W, Winston-Salem | 5 hard courts | Lights

Joanie Moser Park

601 Lewisville Clemmons Rd, Clemmons | 9 pickleball courts | No lights

Pickleball Courts at Joanie Moser Memorial Park nar Winston-Salem

Shaffner Park

900 Yorkshire Rd, Winston-Salem | 2 hard courts | 6 pickleball courts | No lights

Crystal Towers

625 W 6th St, Winston-Salem | 2 pickleball courts

Miller Park

410 Leisure Ln., Winston-Salem | 4 hard courts  | Lights

South Fork

4403 Country Club Rd Winston-Salem | 3 hard courts | No lights

Griffith Park

1445 W Clemmonsville Rd, Winston-Salem | 3 hard courts | No lights | Pickleball Lines

Polo Park

2028 Polo Rd, Winston-Salem | 3 hard courts  | No lights 

Granville Park

Granville Dr. SW, Winston-Salem | 4 hard courts | Lights

Tanglewood Tennis 

4061 Clemmons Road, Clemmons | $2 to enter Tanglewood Park | 6 clay courts & 4 hard courts | Lights | Run by Pat’s Tennis Aces – to reserve a tennis court you can call (336) 778-6260 or email [email protected]

Bolton Park

1590 Bolton St SW., Winston-Salem| 3 hard courts  | Lights

Two Indoor Facilities in Winston-Salem:

Taylor Tennis Center

1421 Lewisville Clemmons Rd., Clemmons | monthly membership fee in the range of $40 for an individual

Wake Forest Indoor Tennis Center

100 W Thirty-Second St., Winston-Salem | monthly membership fee ~$50 for an individual  | The outdoor courts at this location serve as the home for the Winston-Salem Open)

YWCA Wellness Center

1300 S Main St., Winston-Salem | 9 pickleball courts that are free to use for members and $5 for non-members.

Indoor Facilities in Winston-Salem

Many of the City of Winston-Salem’s 17 Recreation and Community Center facilities offer indoor Pickleball play during the Winter months | Call the Recreation & Parks Dept. to see which ones and days/times they are being offered, at (336) 727-8000).

 

Tennis Clinics in Winston-Salem:

Winston-Salem Tennis, Inc.

Local USTA Community Tennis Association | In addition to running local leagues, they exist as a resource for all things tennis

Serve First Racquet Sports

Offers a variety of fun activities as well as lessons and clinics for beginners to advanced players | Become a Serve First Member to receive unlimited court time!

 

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