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Private Swim & Tennis Clubs
Foothills Tennis & Swimming Club
3351 Miranda Ave., Palo Alto. Serving about 300 families, the club includes seven tennis courts, a 25-yard swimming pool, a fitness room, an open-use kitchen and a comfortable clubhouse for lounging. Newly remodeled showers and lockers. Call 650-493-8540 (clubhouse); 650-493-3244 (tennis office).
Greenmeadow Community Center
303 Parkside Drive, Palo Alto. Pool and park open to members only. Swim lessons, adult water aerobics. Call 650-494-3157.
3249 Alpine Road, Portola Valley. Family-oriented swim, tennis and fitness club with two year-round pools, six lighted tennis courts, a fitness center and sports activity lawns. Offers swimming and tennis lessons, personal training, youth and masters swim teams, junior tennis program and USTA teams. Fitness center open daily 5 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Memorial Day-Labor Day, and 5 a.m.-9 p.m. Labor Day-Memorial Day. Call 650-854-3101.
Stanford Campus Recreation Assn. (SCRA)
875 Bowdoin St., Stanford. 25-yard pool, seven tennis courts (three lit for night play) for faculty, senior staff and their families. SCRA offers many programs to its member families and the community. The swim program offers a year-round USS swim team for children and adult and masters swim program as well as spring summer swim lessons. Kids camp during summer age 5-9. The tennis program offers both private and group lessons for children and adults year round and also features junior and adult leagues and tournaments. Call 650-736-7272.
The University Club of Palo Alto
3277 Miranda Ave., Palo Alto. Family-oriented, nonprofit club with tennis courts, swimming and children's wading pools, fitness facilities with locker rooms, picnic and barbecue facilities, children's playground, fine and casual dining and children's summer programs. Call 650-493-3972.
Table Tennis Club
Palo Alto. One of the largest table tennis clubs in the Bay Area practices at Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Gym B: Thursday 6:30-10 p.m., Friday 6-10 p.m.; Saturday 4-7 p.m. - Junior training; 7-10 p.m. open play/leagues/adult training classes; Sunday 1-4 p.m. - open play; 4-7 p.m. juniors training. Call 650-964-6130.
Atherton Tennis Center
150 Watkins Ave., Atherton. Tennis keys are issued for six courts at Holbrook-Palmer Park. The center offers tennis mixers, social events and tournaments as well as lessons, clinics and junior camps. Call 650-400-0464 .
City of Mountain View, Recreation Division Tennis
Mtn. View. Thirty-five tennis courts are featured at the following parks: Cooper, Cuesta (lighted courts), Rengstorff (lighted courts), Stevenson, Sylvan, Whisman. All walk-on courts. Fee for rservations at Cuesta. Mountain View residents can play free if they sign up on the waiting list at the Cuesta Tennis Pro Shop. Call 650-903-6331; for Cuesta reservations, 650-967-5955.
500 Chesley Ave., Mtn. View. Amenities include: basketball court, children's playground, soccer/football field, passive areas, picnic area, softball field, tennis courts and restrooms.
Cuesta Park Tennis Center
685 Cuesta Drive, Mtn. View. Tennis courts at Cuesta Park are lighted and available for advance reservations. March 15 through Oct. 31, Mon-Thu, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Sat and Sun 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Fees vary from free to $12, depending on Mountain View resident status and time of reservation. Call 650-967-5955.
Tennis keys may be purchased at the Arrillaga Family Gymnasium; keys are issued after Jan. 15 of each year and are valid through Jan. 14 of the following year. Fee is $50 per year ($100 for nonresidents). Keys are valid for courts at Burgess Park, La Entrada School, Kelly Park, Willow Oaks Park and Nealon Park. Call 650-330-2200.
Mountain View Tennis Club
P.O. Box 336, Mtn. View. The club organizes tournaments, ladders, competition, social events and USTA league play. Membership is $30 for Mtn. View residents ($20-30 for renewals, depending on time), $40 for nonresidents.
Palo Alto Recreation Division
Palo Alto. The City of Palo Alto has 10 tennis-court sites and one paddle tennis-court site. Public tennis courts are available at Rinconada Park, 777 Embarcadero Road (six with lights, three w/o lights); Mitchell Park, 600 E. Meadow Drive (seven courts with lights); Cubberley, 4000 Middlefield Road (six courts no lights); Hoover Park, 2901 Cowper St. (two courts no lights); Palo Alto High School, 25 Churchill Ave. (seven courts six with lights); Peers Park, 1899 Park Blvd.(two courts no lights); Terman Park, 655 Arastradero Road (four courts no lights); Gunn High School, 780 Arastradero road (six courts no lights); Stanford Middle School, 480 E. Meadow Drive (six courts no lights) Weisshaar Park, 2298 Dartmouth (two courts no lights). All tennis courts are on a first-come, first-served basis. Call Shia Geminder at 650-329-2639.
Palo Alto Tennis Club
P.O. Box 60434, Palo Alto. Tournaments, ladders, challenge matches and social events for adults who want to play tennis together. Annual fee: $35 for one adult, Palo Alto resident, $45 nonresident; $60-$70 families; $20 under age 18. Call 650-328-1911.
201 S. Rengstorff Ave., Mtn. View. Hours: 6 a.m.-curfew, features eight lighted courts.
750 San Pierre Way, Mtn. View. Amenities include: basketball court, children's playground, soccer/football field, passive areas, picnic area, softball field, tennis courts and restrooms. Hours: 6 a.m.-dusk.
550 Sylvan Ave., Mtn. View. Amenities include: barbecue facilities, children's playground, horseshoe area, passive areas, picnic area, tennis courts and restrooms. Hours: 6 a.m.-dusk.
310 Easy St., Mtn. View. Amenities include: basketball court, children's playground, soccer/football field, gymnasium, softball field, outdoor volleyball court and restrooms. Hours: 6 a.m.-dusk.