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Central Park Tennis Club

5820 125th Lane Ne
Kirkland, WA 98004
(425) 822-2206

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Central Park Tennis Club - Course Updates

Central Park Tennis Club Register today for the Fall Junior Program

The registration forms are now available on our website and at our Front Desk!

Posted 25 days ago

Central Park Tennis Club 2014 Annual Calendar for the Junior Program

The annual calendar for our Junior Progam is now available on our websitre under Activities - Junior Program. Its a great resource to use to plan for the upcoming year.

Posted about 1 month ago

Central Park Tennis Club Credit Cards

CPTC is now accepting credit cards!

Posted about 1 month ago

Central Park Tennis Club Looking to take a lesson?

Call the front desk each week for available lesson times with each Pro. First come first served. Lessons are posted each Friday at noon for the upcoming week.

Posted 7 months ago

Central Park Tennis Club Member Connection

CPTC's newsletter has add a new section called Member Connection. It is designed to keep members in the loop with tournament wins, engagements, babies, scholarships, etc. So don't forget to send pictures with blurbs to Samantha and she will feature you in Member Connection!

Posted about 1 year ago

Central Park Tennis Club Gift Certificates?

CPTC offers gift certificates for lessons, clinics, fitness classes, massages, monthly dues and zach's tennis!

Posted over 2 years ago


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