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We’re excited to bring Abilities Tennis to this new location!
Location, Time, and sign-up information is coming soon
Apex Clinics are a joint partnership between Apex Parks and Recreation, Western Wake Tennis Association, and ATANC.
Parents and/or caregivers are asked to stay during the clinic. Participants will have the chance to learn the fundamentals of the game such as backhand, forehand, and groundstrokes. Racquets are provided but are limited so it is helpful if you can provide your own.
Coach Jessica Rigney
Sundays from 4:00 – 5:00pm
Apex Community Park
2200 Laura Duncan Rd, Apex, NC 27511
To register online: click here
Clinic registration is through the Town of Apex, Parks and Recreation Dept.
Contact Allie Prelaske for information.
We would love to have you help out at the clinics! Training is required. Please visit the Western Wake Tennis Association website for more information.
A non-competitive, introductory tennis program. Players learn basic tennis skills while building strength, confidence, and social skills.
Dates and Times TBD
Registration is through the City of Asheville website through their Therapeutic Recreation programs.
Contact the TR Program Office at 828-259-5483 for more information.
Please bookmark this link for future clinic registration.
Brunswick Southport Clinics
Two Programs: One for teens and one for adults
Middle and High School Student Clinics
Provided through the county’s Exceptional Children classes. Home schooled teens are also welcome to attend.
Smithville Township District Park
8340 SE River Road
Middle school honors students from our PEGASUS program will be there to help our adult volunteers.
Wednesdays at Smithville Park from 10:30AM – 12:00PM. We are hoping to make this a year-round program.
For more information contact Karen Holbrook
Abilities Tennis clinics in Cary are a joint partnership between Cary Parks and Recreation, Western Wake Tennis Association and Abilities Tennis Association of NC. Cary clinics are for players 8 and up.
Saturdays from 4:00 – 5:00pm.
Contact Judy Newsome to register: Judy.Newsome@townofcary.org
Phone: (919) 462-2027
All clinics held at Cary Tennis Park, 2727 Louis Stephens Dr., Cary, NC 27519
We would love to have you help out at the clinics! Please visit the Western Wake Tennis Association website for more information.
Chapel Hill Tournament
Abilities Tennis Tournament – Annually in October in partnership with Special Olympics
Chapel Hill Clinics
Come join us for weekly clinics given by specially trained coaches and volunteers for athletes with intellectual disabilities.
More Dates Coming!
The Chapel Hill Tennis Club
403 Westbrook Dr
Carrboro, NC 27510
Those interested please email Rich Green to make sure we have enough courts to accommodate players planning to come.
Les Myers Park
338 Lawndale Avenue
Concord, NC 28025
March 14, 21, 28
April 11, 18, 25
May 2, 16, 23
Head Coach Chad Oxendine
Email email@example.com to register or volunteer
Registration for athletes and volunteers: following COVID-19 safety guidelines – limited space
Cornelius and Huntersville
Cornelius PARC and Huntersville Parks & Recreation
Participants will have an individual volunteer to engage them in tennis-related activities to learn tennis skills. Volunteers will work 1:1 with youth creating a safe, welcoming, fun environment. Coaches will encourage participants to hone their skills while learning the rules of the game and interacting with peers. Our goal is to provide each child with a strong core belief in his/her ability to overcome everyday challenges without frustration.
100 Sherwood Drive
Although this is a free program, Registration is required
SPECIAL NEEDS PROGRAMS
BY CORNELIUS PARC AND HUNTERSVILLE PARKS & RECREATION
Thursdays, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
900 Park Ave.
Goldsboro, NC 27533
Contact D’Leeshia Lee at DLee@goldsboronc.gov to register.
Sherwood Abilities Tennis Tournament – Annually in May
Sundays, 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Grimsley High School
801 Westover Terrace
Please email Jinni Hoggard to register.
River Birch Tennis Center
516 W. Arlington Blvd
You now have 2 Locations
Partnership program between ATANC, Henderson Tennis Association, Henderson Country Club & Henderson County Parks & Recreation
Ages 8 years and older and all levels of tennis experience are welcome.
Pre-Registration required for clinics.
Hendersonville Country Club
1860 Hebron Rd
Hendersonville, NC 28739
with Coach Pam Cloer
3:30 – 4:30PM
May 2 – June 6
Registration Info Coming Soon
708 Glover St
Hendersonville, NC 28792
3:00 – 4:00pm
with Coach Dylan Jicha
Register for Jackson Park Clinics
Call Hendersonville Parks and Rec to register: 828-697-4884
You can visit the office located at
708 Glover St, Hendersonville, NC 28792
Monday – Friday from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
These clinics are a partnership between Kinston Parks and Recreation Department, Radd, and Abilities Tennis.
Registration is through Kinston Parks and Recreation
Questions? April Houston, RADD
or Lou Welch
Bill Fay Park Tennis Courts
1003 Phillips Road
Outerbanks Dare County Clinics
We’re excited to bring Abilities Tennis to this new location!
OBXTA, Dare County Special Olympics and Abilities Tennis Association of North Carolina are partnering to bring tennis for athletes with any disability ages 8 years and up
Kill Devil Hills Parks and Recreation Tennis Courts
602 Mustian St. Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
Pinehurst Parks and Recreation department in partnership with Abilities Tennis Association of North Carolina provide these tennis clinics to athletes with intellectual disabilities ages 8 and up.
All levels of play whether you are just learning the basics or are a seasoned athlete with Special Olympics.
Parents/Caregivers are asked to stay for participants under 18.
All participants must pre-register with the recreation department.
Go to www.pinehurstrec.org to sign up
Please email Nicole Benbow for more information or call 919-856-6710 to register.
Tennis Courts, Rassie Wicker Park
10 Rassie Wicker Dr.
Pinehurst, NC 28374
Click on a tournament to see more details
Winter Chill – Annually on the first Saturday of December
Unified Doubles National Qualifier – Annually in September
Abilities Tennis of North Carolina and Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources are pleased to present tennis Clinics for Athletes with Intellectual Disabilities.
Ages 8 and up. All levels of tennis experience welcome!
Saturdays, Dates TBD depending on COVID restrictions
2:00 – 3:00
Coach Nancy King
3:30pm – 5:00pm
Coach John Richardson
Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center
1905 Spring Forest Rd. Raleigh, NC 27615
Raleigh Parks and Rec 919-996-2147
If no one answers, please leave a voicemail.
We would love to have you volunteer at the clinics! Help is needed every week.
We sign Community Service Hours forms.
Questions? email Lou Welch .
Salem College Clinics
Salem College’s Tennis Team along with Coach Charles Hunsucker host Abilities Tennis Clinics
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Salem College Tennis Courts
15 spots available for athletes (participants) and 15 for volunteers.
Cory Rockow, tennis pro at Country Club of Salisbury, is teaching the clinics along with several volunteers.
Register for one or all of the clinics depending on your schedule. Bring your tennis racquet if you have one, if not, we will provide you with one.
You will receive more information about a training on March 7th from 1:00 – 2:00pm before the first clinic.
Saturdays 4:00 – 5:00pm
April 10, 17, 24
Heritage High Park
1140 Forestville Road
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Click here or contact Kelly Schurtz at 919-435-9559 to register
For additional registration instructions and details on how to create a profile: Click here
Contact Lou@atanc.org if interested
These clinics are for athletes with intellectual disabilities. Participants will learn the fundamentals, play games and have fun! Parents and/or caregivers are asked to stay during the clinic.
Buddy volunteers will be provided. Space is limited, and pre-registration is required. For additional information contact: Karen Poteat (828.264.9511)
Watauga County Parks & Recreation Tennis Courts
231 Complex Dr.
Please fill out and submit this registration form
Swing Into Spring – Annually in mid-March
Join the fun and learn to play tennis. All levels from beginner to advanced. Practice includes drills, lessons, and match play.
Clinics are given by specially trained coaches and are open for all persons with intellectual disabilities.
Clinics – including Special Olympics Tennis Practice
Althea Gibson Tennis Center
Thursdays 4:30- 6:00pm
Questions? Contact Billie Fitzsimons at 910-200-4101