Winter Park Colorado Tennis Courts



Enjoy some Winter Park tennis to get out in the sun, with fresh air galore and the perfect backdrop of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, with courts easily accessible from town.

  • Playing tennis around Winter Park offers beautiful scenery and fresh air
  • Enjoy some tennis to stay in shape
  • Play on the quiet court in Wolf Park in the town of Winter Park
  • Find two courts in Fraser at Old School House Park
  • Grand Lake Metropolitan Recreation District has tennis courts


On a vacation in the Rockies, at some point the mood will strike to challenge your traveling companions to a game of tennis. You may want to hone your skills now that you have a little free time or you might decide to take a few days of lessons during your stay in the Winter Park area. There’s no excuse for you to be out of shape while on vacation, so get in a fun game of tennis!

Where to Play Tennis

If you are not staying at a resort, hotel or condo with its own tennis courts, you can still find places to play.

  • Wolf Park in Winter Park
    This quiet park is the ideal place to spend an afternoon. With a tennis court available to the public, this spot is a great place to get in some practice. The park is located at 320 Kings Crossing Road. You’ll also find restrooms, picnic areas, a sand box for the kids and much more.
  • Fraser Town Tennis Courts
    Not far from Winter Park, Colorado, in Fraser, there are 2 available courts for public use. These outdoor courts are located in the Old School House Park, next to Fraser Town Hall. Call 970-726-8968 for more information.
  • Grand Lake Metropolitan Recreation District
    Travel north to find more courts in Grand Lake. You can stop by the recreation district courts for some tennis on your way to or from Rocky Mountain National Park. Call 970-627-8328 for more information.

Guided Tours & Rentals

Explore the listings on this page to find tennis equipment, supplies and anything else you may need to make your Rocky Mountain vacation in Winter Park, Colorado the best possible.

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