Okotoks Tennis Centre offers opportunities for all ages to grow and develop through group lessons and camps offered by Scott Wilson, our OTC professional. We also have a number of leagues that allow for competitive and social tennis leagues. 

What kind of player am I?

Tennis Canada has a self-rating guide for tennis players that can be found here.

Program Descriptions:

Adult Beginner Clinics:

Suitable for a beginner player but also for someone who would like to refresh their game and learn new techniques. The participant will learn:

  • Stroke fundamentals for: forehand, backhand, volley, lob, drop shot, overhead, serve
  • Court positioning for singles and doubles
  • Scoring and court etiquette

The schedule is as follows:

  • Spring Clinic - May 12,  19, 26, June 2, 9, 16  from 11– 12PM

See the Adult program page for registration information.

Box Ladder:
A friendly (and kind of competitive!) mixed singles tennis box ladder program where adult and junior players are placed in three-player round robin groups. Participants schedule their own games each month and are re-grouped according to results. Over time, the box ladder naturally lines up players of similar skill level. Participants provide a can of tennis balls each. The winner keeps the unopened can and the loser keeps the opened can. Players must be committed to playing two matches per month. Program starts April 1 and runs until the end of September, weather permitting. Rules and ladder information will be provided by the ladder coordinator. Initial registration deadline is March 31, however new players will be accepted throughout the outdoor season and will be placed at the bottom of the ladder so that they can work their way up.

​See the Leagues page for registration information.

Cardio Tennis:
A high-energy fitness activity that combines the best features of tennis with cardiovascular exercise, delivering the ultimate, full-body, calorie-burning aerobic workout. It is a very fun and social class for players of all ability levels and the best way to train for tennis. The one-hour class includes warm-up and cardio segments (drills and games), and uses music and optional heart rate monitors. It is up to the discretion of the cardio authorized instructor to admit a junior (under 18) on a case-by-case basis. Drop-in classes are held on Sunday mornings (9-10 AM or 10-11 AM, starting April 28th until end of September) and Thursday evenings (7-8 PM, starting July 4th until end of August). Passes of 10 classes (class 11 is free) can be purchased.

See the Adult program page for registration information.

Interclub League:
The Calgary Interclub League is a tennis competition among various clubs in Calgary and area, which runs from late May to August with play-offs in early September. OTC tryouts take place in early to mid-May each year and players are chosen by the league coordinator based on results from tryouts, previous results and sportsmanship. There are two teams: a level 3 (Tuesday evenings) and level 4 (Wednesday evenings) team. There are 12 matches, of which 6 are home games. Game and practice schedules will be provided by the league coordinators/captains.

See the Leagues page for registration information.

Junior Camps:
The junior camps are for both new players and for those who have taken previous camps. The long-term goal is to provide a tennis environment to advance player development.  Age appropriate racquets will be provided. A 10% discount can be applied to summer camp fees if participant enrolled in spring camp. Schedules are as follows:

Spring Camp - May 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9, 16:

  • Tennis for Tots (5-6 yr)  Noon -1pm
  • U10 (7, 8, 9 yr)  1-2pm
  • U13 (10, 11, 12 yr)  2–3 pm

Summer Camp - August 12 - 15:

  • Tennis for Tots (5-6 yr)  9 – 10 AM
  • U10 (7, 8, 9 yr)  10 – 11:30 AM
  • U13 (10, 11, 12 yr)  11:30 AM – 1 PM

See the Youth program page for registration information.

Doubles Leagues:
The Monday evening (5:30 PM until sunset) and Saturday morning (9 AM – noon) doubles leagues give an opportunity to play with fellow club members at their levels in a social environment. Once a month all players are combined for fun matches. Games are scheduled by the league coordinator. Tennis balls are provided. The league starts on April 29th.

​See the Leagues page for registration information.

Seniors Doubles League:
The Thursday morning (10 AM – noon) seniors league is a great way to stay fit and play tennis with participants over 60 years of age. It is a drop-in program and players bring their own can of tennis balls. The league starts on May 2nd.

​See the Leagues page for registration information.


Mailing address: Box 266 Station Main, Okotoks, AB T1S 1A5