Aston Park Tennis Center
Aston Park Tennis Center is one of the finest public clay court facilities in the United States. There are 12 lighted clay courts designed and constructed of the Har Tru Fast Dry clay court material. The center is open to the public.
Learn more about a community process to review the Aston Park Tennis Center business plan here.
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Aston Park Tennis Center
336 Hilliard Ave
Asheville, NC 28801
Laura Loftis, Manager
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- Court reservations are encouraged.
- Walk-ins are accepted whenever possible.
- Courts may be reserved no more than 7 days in advance.
- To reserve courts, call the Tennis Center at (828) 251-4074.
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Senior Age: To receive a Senior Discount, you must be 65 years of age.
Programs / Tournaments
For information about upcoming programs and tournaments, contact Laura Loftis at (828) 251-4074 or email@example.com.
Court reservations are encouraged. Walk-ins are accepted whenever possible. Courts may be reserved no more than 7 days in advance. To reserve courts, call the Tennis Center at (828) 251-4074.
A court may be given to other players if a player(s) is more than 5 minutes late for a court reservation without notifying the Tennis Center. Time will not be added to the end of reservation due to lateness.
- Proper tennis attire required.
- Soft-soled tennis shoes only.
- No running shoes.
Asheville Tennis Association
Aston Park Tennis Center supports the work of ATA and the partnership to conduct tennis programs for juniors and adults. For information, contact ATA at firstname.lastname@example.org
United States Tennis Association League Play
Aston Park Tennis Center supports USTA League Tennis. For information, contact the Mountain League Tennis Program at (828) 749-5616.
Thank you to the generous contributors who made the Aston Park Tennis Center Enhancement Campaign a Success:
- Dick & Irene Covington Foundation
- Dr. Edward Isbey
- N.C. Parks and Recreation Trust Fund
- United States Tennis Association
In addition to the tennis center, Aston Park contains the following elements:
- bench swing
- two large pieces of playground equipment
- open play area
- informational kiosk
- practice courts/basketball courts
- quickstart courts
- walking trail
For more information about Aston Park or Asheville Parks and Recreation, call (828) 251-4074 or (828) 259-5800.