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Seapointe Village Resort Tennis/Pickleball Courts

Updated: Apr 12

Seapointe Village offers both tennis and pickleball courts as part of its recreational amenities, providing guests and residents with opportunities for outdoor fun and exercise.

  1. Tennis Courts: The tennis courts at Seapointe Village are typically well-maintained and offer a great setting for tennis enthusiasts to enjoy a game with friends or family. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned player, the courts provide a space to practice your skills, engage in friendly matches, and perhaps one day to participate in organized tournaments. The courts often feature a smooth playing surface, surrounded by fencing to keep the balls within play, and are usually equipped with seating areas for spectators.

  2. Pickleball Courts: In addition to tennis, Seapointe Village also offers lines on the tennis court for pickleball. Pickleball is a popular sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis, played on a smaller court with a paddle and a plastic ball. Pickleball courts at Seapointe Village provide a fun and social environment for players of all ages and skill levels to enjoy this fast-paced and exciting game. The courts are marked with pickleball lines and equipped with nets, allowing guests and residents to easily access and enjoy a game of pickleball.

Both the tennis and pickleball courts at Seapointe Village contribute to the overall recreational experience, providing opportunities for physical activity, social interaction, and enjoyment of the outdoors amidst the beautiful surroundings of the Jersey Shore.


If you wish to play tennis or pickleball during your vacation, you should reserve time, especially if you prefer a specific time. To do that, contact Rosalie Hoelscher in the Seapointe Realty office by the gatehouse. Her extension is 3115.


You can reserve one hour sessions every other day between 8am and 4pm from mid May through September. After 5pm, it is open to first come, first serve.


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