Tennis Lessons, Programs and Tournaments

Each year the Tennis Center offers six sessions of classes for players of all ages and levels - including junior and adult group lessons, tiny tot programs, junior and adult camps, and adult play. Log on or create your ActiveNet account to get started!


Amy Yee has a long history of amazing and fun tournaments and has traditionally offered eight tournaments a year. We are currently looking to host creative and unique new ones. Call us at (206) 684-4764 for more details and to participate.

Please read the League and Tournament Guidelines

Fees for Lessons, Instructional Classes

*Drop in fees vary for camps

Private/Semi-Private Lessons:

Lesson Type Fee per hour
One person Resident $64
Non-Resident $72
Two people Resident $70
Non-Resident $77
Three people Resident $82
Non-Resident $90
Four people Resident $88
Non-Resident $97
Five people Resident $98
Non-Resident $108
Surcharge for lessons
on City holidays
Resident $17
Non-Resident $25

Adult Group Lessons:

Lesson Type Fee 
Adult Groups, 6 sessions Resident $84
Non-Resident $93
Adult Camps, 2.5 hours per eacg of 4 days Resident $106
Non-Resident $116
Maximum of 8 people per group/camp

Adult Play – Instructional Classes:

Classes Fee 
Per person fee at 5 students max, 6 weeks Resident $95
Non-Resident $104

Junior Group Lessons (Ages 8-17):

Lessons Fee
6 sessions, 1¼ hours per week Resident $62
Non-Resident $67
Junior Camp, 2½ hours per each of 4 days Resident $77
Non-Resident $84.75

Tiny Tots:

Lessons Fee
Beginning ages 4-5 (30 minutes for 6 weeks) Resident $29
Beginning ages 6-7 (45 minutes for 6 weeks) Resident $40
Non-Resident $44
Advanced ages 6-7 (1 hour for 6 weeks) Resident $50
Non-Resident $55
Advanced ages 6-7 (1¼ hour for 6 weeks) Resident $57
Non-Resident $62.75

NetGen Youth League Volunteers

AYTC runs the largest local youth tennis league for beginners in the region. NetGen tennis designed as a play-ased and fun format for beginners from 7-10 years old. The program is offered at over 14 sites across the city of Seattle. The success of this program relies on the help of volunteers like you! In fact, the entire program is run by volunteers. You do NOT need to be a teaching pro, just love working with kids! We will train. The program runs 8 weeks from June 25-August 13, M/W 6-8pm. We need people willing to volunteer one day a week or 6 of the 8 weeks. (We can work with your vacation schedule too.) At each site we prefer 3-5 volunteers with at most 10 kids at any one time (based on volunteers and experience). If you are interested please contact Thank you!

Parks and Recreation

AP Diaz, Superintendent
Mailing Address: 100 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA, 98109
Phone: (206) 684-4075
Fax: (206) 615-1813

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