Our camps are located at the premier facilities of Ashford, Briarwood, and Lynwood Park in Brookhaven, GA, Keswick Park in Chamblee, GA, and Windwood Hollow in Dunwoody, GA.
Camp goes from 9:00-12:00 (Half-day) or 9:00-3:00 (Full-day) with optional Extended Day available before and after camp from 8:00am–9am and from 3pm–5pm.
It depends on the camp program. Please clearly label all of your child’s belongings with their full name to ensure that all belongings can find their way home at the end of the day.
Half Day Campers (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
* Tennis racquet (provided if needed)
* Water bottle or jug
Full Day Campers (9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
* Bathing Suit (summer camp only)
* Towel (summer camp only)
* Extra change of clothes
Yes. During the registration process, you’ll be asked to enter your camper’s birthdate. This will ensure your child is put into a developmentially-appropriate cirriculum and experience for campers of all ages.
It’s easy to register online. You can simply click on the date you you are interested in and then enter your camper’s information. Please note: siblings can be entered at the same time. Camp programs are offered or weekly. Payment must be made in full at the time of registration. There is a $40.00 yearly family registration fee for camp. Since the majority of our summer programs have limited enrollment, we encourage you to register early.
Yes, you are welcome to come observe at any time.
No, unless we reach capacity. Please register as early as possible to secure your spot.
All sessions will be run by teaching professionals, college & high school players and directed by Angela Simon.
Before and after care are provided starting at 8:00 and until 5:00. Please note however that organized camp activities do not begin until 9:00 AM. Full camp ends at 3:00 PM. After care is until 6:00 with a $10.00 an hour fee per child.
A camps and classes are non-refundable and non transferable.
Parents can reach out to the lead coach in charge for each location or call Director Angela Simon at (404)617-1305. In addition, campers are permitted to have cell phones at camp as long as they are not out during instructional times.
No. Please note: Campers requiring the use of inhalers or medications of any kind are solely responsible for administering their own meds. Parents should consider this when registering their children for camp.
Yes! Our average a camper enrolls in 2-3 weeks sessions per summer. We offer the flexibility of one-week sessions to allow families to tailor their summer camp experience to their schedule.
Yes, but be sure to check the website or call the camp office for availability as camp programs do reach capacity for many weeks. We encourage parents to register for camp in advance, but we understand that for unforeseen reasons, parents sometimes need to register at the last minute. If you find yourself in this situation, you can enroll online up until 7:30am on the Monday before camp begins for programs that have availability.
Once you register and pay for your camp program(s), you will receive a confirmation email for your own records. In addition to that confirmation email, you will receive a pre-camp email the week before your session(s) of camp. This email will provide you with all necessary information including: what to bring to camp, directions, links to our blogs and more.
Absolutely! Friend requests can be made at any time. We always do our very best to accommodate friend requests as we know how important this can be to our campers.
In each Up4Tennis Camp program we provide a unique environment where campers are able to benefit from individual and small group learning and instruction. Each individual program is supervised and run by a coach on a daily basis to ensure consistency and proper supervision. We air to maintain an in-group ratio of 7:1 while on the courts and 10:1 during our activity time.
While campers are at the pool, the additional pool staff and lifeguards contribute to a ratio of approximately 5:1 while in the pool.
Safety is our number one priority at all times, and we are extremely mindful of the weather. If we see or hear a thunderstorm approaching, outdoor camp programs are immediately brought inside or under cover to ensure campers are safe.
We’re well aware that the summer heat can drain a camper throughout the day and week. Water is always available for each camp program and campers are encouraged to take water breaks approximately every 30 minutes. We take the heat, the humidity index, and the air quality index seriously. The Camp Director communicates with the teacher at each camp location to discuss the heat and air index. On extremely hot days (Code Red) and for those campers spending the majority of their time playing outdoors, participants will take mandatory and extended breaks throughout the day, an extended lunch break, plenty of water and misting fan breaks, and lower impact activities during the day.
In addition, we ensure that sunscreen is re-applied on your camper multiple times throughout the day. We re-apply sunscreen before the pool and after the pool before going out to play again.