Outdoor Tennis Courts

Outdoor Tennis Court Permits/Reservations


Locations with three or more courts can be reserved for use by emailing Teresa Robinson or by calling 301-446-6800.

You must have a PARKS DIRECT account in order to reserve tennis courts. If you have never reserved a court before, it would benefit you to sign up for a PARKS DIRECT account now. This will make the process faster for tennis court reservations.

If courts are permitted, one court will always be non-permitted for walk-up use by the public.

Courts Available for Reservation


These locations have three or more courts can be reserved for use.

6 Courts


4 Courts


Permit Issuance


Permits will be issued upon availability for:
  • M-NCPPC classes/events
  • NJTL/QuickStart programs
  • Prince George’s/Montgomery County Board of Education curriculum and sports programs
  • Private schools and other organized tennis entities
  • Recreation Councils
  • Sanctioned USTA match play

Maintenance Requests


To request maintenance attention to a tennis court, or other park facilities please submit our Maintenance Request Form online or contact the Customer Service Help Desk at 301-699-CALL (2255) during regular business hours.

Outdoor Tennis Court Rules

  • Tennis courts available on a first-come, first-served basis, and available at many community centers and neighborhood parks. M-NCPPC programs have priority over all use.
  • All players must wear rubber–soled tennis shoes. Rubber cleats and raised heel shoes are prohibited.
  • No food, alcoholic beverages or glass in court area.
  • No pets, skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, roller skates or street hockey are allowed on tennis courts or any other non-tennis activity.
  • Non M-NCPPC tennis classes or private/group lessons without permit and/or involving the collection of fees are prohibited.
  • Non-permitted play is limited to 1 hour for singles and 2 hours for doubles play when others are waiting.
  • Organized group activity is prohibited without a permit and violators will be subject to removal or fine by Park Police. This includes activity that is more than doubles play.
  • Permit holders are entitled to use tennis courts on dates and times specified in the permit.
  • Play begins on the hour and ends on the hour.
  • Solicitation of any business, trade or occupation is strictly prohibited unless authorized by a permit. This including, but not limited to: conducting class instruction for a fee and the taking of photographs and/or videos for commercial use, selling tennis services or products.
Violators of these rules should be reported to the Park Police by calling 301-459-3232.