Suppor the public red-clay tennis courts. Please consider the RCTA in your end-year giving. You can make a tax-deducible contribution here. It's quick, easy and secure; and it will help in so many ways - purchase new brooms and brushes for opening day next spring, provide scholarships to summer camp and spring programs, feed Scaredycat over the winter, purchase new windscreens.
Closed for the winter
The tennis courts have been closed for the 2016 season. In mid-March, the RCTA team will be begin the resurfacing project for the 2017 season, with an estimated opening in mid-April.
The public courts under the RCTA's care were recently awarded "Best Public Courts in NYC" by the Village Voice. Recognition is always nice.
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The red-clay tennis courts in Riverside Park near 96th Street are public courts maintained and operated by the Riverside Clay Tennis Association, a non-profit volunteer organization, in association with the Riverside Park Conservancy.
|THREE WAYS TO PLAY ON THESE COURTS:
•Pay $15 at the courts for a Day Pass
•Present a valid NYC Season Tennis Permit
•Present an NYC Single Play Ticket
RCTA Membership is not required to play here
A limited number of reservations are available online. Otherwise, courts are assigned on a first-come/first-serve basis. See Playing on these courts for full details.