As the largest online marketplace for tennis instruction, MyTennisLessons has hundreds of coaches in cities across the nation. In Los Angeles alone, we have 70 instructors with whom you can book private lessons. But what about small suburbs like Safety Harbor, Florida? Or cities like Bristol, Rhode Island, which you probably haven’t heard of unless you live in the Ocean State? Yep, we’re offering tennis lessons in those places, too. Here’s a peek at just a few of the awesome locations where MyTennisLessons is operating. Get to know the hometowns of some of our coaches and see if any are teaching at a court near you!
Motto: Las Personas Son la Ciudad (The People Are the City)
Located in SoCal, Camarillo has been named “One of the Best Cities for Young Adults in California” for its low crime rate and median salary for college grads of $70,368. The city’s attractions include revitalized Old Town’s shopping and dining as well as Camarillo Ranch House, a Mexican land grant dating back to the mid-1800s. Public parks with tennis courts include Mission Oaks, Bob Kildee and Valle Lindo.
History: At the turn of the 20th Century, the city was known as the “Textile Center of the World.”
Known for its low cost of living and family-oriented amenities, housing development has been booming in Greenville in recent years. The Greenville Zoo and scenic Falls Park are just two of the city’s many attractions. Sports fans can also enjoy watching minor league baseball and hockey games in Greenville. Public parks with tennis courts include McPherson, Timmons, Tindale, Cleveland and Gower Estates.
Bristol, Rhode Island
Major industries: Boat building, manufacturing and tourism
Located on Rhode Island’s southern waterfront, Bristol is a historic port just 12 miles south of bustling Providence. Explore the area through harbor tours and kayaking trails or visit the city’s unique museums, including Coggeshall Farm, a depiction of life in colonial New England. Find public tennis courts at Town Beach and Sports Complex or Town Common.
New Braunfels, Texas
Named after: Solms-Braunfels, Germany
This central Texas city with strong German heritage is known for events like Wurstfest, a craft beer festival, and Wassailfest, a celebration of holiday lights. New Braunfels residents also look forward to spring every year for the area’s abundance of beautiful wildflowers. There are 12 public tennis courts in New Braunfels split among the high school and Prince Solms Park.
Safety Harbor, Florida
Fun fact: A 6,000-year-old spearhead was excavated in the city’s Marshall Park
This beach town draws visitors to its Resort and Spa, a historic Florida attraction founded in 1925. Safety Harbor residents love fishing, boating and being active outdoors. Upcoming family-friendly activities include the Safety Harbor Seafood Festival, Chalk Art Festival and Song Fest. Marshall Street Park and North City Park both have tennis courts that are free to use.