This summer, Lexington Tennis Club proudly builds upon its solid foundation of junior programming with a second year of summer tennis camp. Children ages 7-15 of all abilities are invited to learn tennis from experienced professionals in a safe environment. Camp takes place at our indoor, air-conditioned facility, meaning camp won’t be cancelled because of inclement weather.

Technique, strategy, footwork and the mental dimensions of tennis are the foundations upon which our instructors will build. A wide variety of drills and group games will be incorporated in this process. We implement a student-teacher ratio of no more than 6:1 to ensure that every student receives individualized instruction in all aspects of the game. Lexington Tennis Club’s Summer Camp 2022 is a supportive, friendly environment that promotes respect, sportsmanship and team-building both on and off the tennis court.

Schedule, Pricing & Registration



Each Week listed below is made up of two separate Half-Day Camps: a Morning Session from 9am-12pm and an Afternoon Session from 1-4pm

Week 1: June 27-July 1

Week 2: July 5-8

Week 3: July 11-15

Week 4: July 18-22

Week 5: July 25-29

Week 6: August 1-5

Week 7: August 8-12

Week 8: August 15-19

Week 9: August 22-26

Week 10: August 29-September 2



Each Morning or Afternoon Half-Day Session costs $385/week, except Week 2* which is priced at $315. In order to sign up for Full-Day Camp (9am-4pm) you must register your child for both the Morning and Afternoon Sessions in a given week. There will be an additional lunch supervision charge for Full-Day campers — $40 during Week 2 and $50 during all other Weeks — billed separately. Lunch will not be provided by LTC; Full-Day campers will need to bring their own lunch.



Sign your child up for any number of Camp Sessions by clicking the the appropriate links below

Week 2: Morning and/or Afternoon Session

All Other Weeks: Morning Session (9am-12pm)

All Other Weeks: Afternoon Session (1pm-4pm)


*Week 2 Camp will only run from Tuesday - Friday as Monday is the 4th of July


This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.