Community Park Tennis Courts (CPTC)
As of September 11, 2023 Tennis Courts A-F and Courts 1-7 are available for use on a first come first served basis through early April 2024 without need for a permit except October 7, 8, 14 & 15. All courts are reserved for tournaments on those 4 dates.
Courts are open from dawn to dusk daily, weather permitting. Courts A-F have lights that will be available until 10pm daily through the end of October.
Courts 8 & 9 are available for pickleball play.
Princeton Tennis Program
In partnership with the Princeton Recreation Department, the Princeton Tennis Program (PTP) provides all programming and instruction at the CP Tennis courts, as well as administers the membership & court reservation system. The PTP outdoor season runs from mid-April through September (approximately). For information about programs, events, lessons and membership, please call PTP directly at 609-520-0015 or visit their website at www.ptp.org
Established in 1954, PTP is one of the nation's oldest and most successful non-profit, community tennis organizations. PTP’s mission is to provide year-round, low-cost, high-quality tennis instruction for all ages and all playing levels. PTP pursues a standard of excellence in teaching that encourages the development of health, character, good sportsmanship, and responsible citizenship. PTP seeks broad-based community participation by subsidizing lesson fees and establishing scholarship programs.
All memberships will be issued directly through PTP. Registration is available through the PTP website.
Call the PTP Office for more information at 609-520-0015.
Only members are able to check the CPTC court availability and reserve a court up to 1 week in advance. Members reserve courts and play for free. Membership will allow PTP to keep you informed of Special Events and Discounts at the CPTC. Members can participate in PTP round robins - free! (Based upon availability and registration required.)
For more information, please visit the PTP website or call PTP at 609-520-0015.
PTP has twice (2000, 2010) been named 'Organization of the Year' by the United States Tennis Association (USTA), New Jersey District, and USTA Middle States.