Tennis Court Reservations

Same-day reservations can be made over the phone at (206) 684-4764 or in person. Reservations can also be made up to 6 days in advance, over the phone (with the purchase of an annual telephone reservation card) or in person, with a maximum of one court per day.

Indoor Court Fees
1¼ hour court useFee
Singles Resident $32
Standard $35.25
Doubles Resident $40
Standard $44
Senior Adult/Special Populations Singles Indoor Resident $31
Standard $34
Senior Adult/Special Populations Doubles Indoor Resident $39
Standard $43
Annual Telephone Reservation Card Resident $55
Standard $60.50

Singles and Doubles court fees may be made available at half price for special group clinics, tournaments, or lessons for low-income youth and senior adults during off-peak times. These programs are to be determined by the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation.

Additional time past your scheduled court time of an hour and fifteen minutes can be rented out in 15 minute increments if the court is available.

Amy Yee Outdoor Reservations
(4 or less players)
1½ hour court useFee
Singles Resident $12
Standard $13.25
Annual Telephone Reservation Card Resident $55
Standard $60.50

Outdoor reservations (Non-Amy Yee Tennis Center)

Amy Yee Tennis Center permits all outdoor courts at over 100+ tennis courts in Seattle. Each site has designated drop in court use. When courts sites are not booked, they are reserved for drop in use. Reservations need to be made 8 hours in advance and cancelations must be made 48 hours in advance. If it rains Amy Yee tennis center must be notified by email or phone same day and a credit will be applied to their account for future use in Seattle Parks and Recreation. Email tenniscourtscheduling@seattle.gov or call 206-684-4764 to schedule.

Outdoor Reservations
(4 or less players)
1 hour court useFee
Youth $6/hour
Adults $8/hour
Private Schools $13/hour
Private Lesson (no player limit) $12/hour

Where a participant entry fee for tournaments or a fee for lessons is charged, 10% of gross receipts is to be paid to the Department in addition to the charges noted below. All persons who instruct tennis for a fee on Department courts must schedule according to court availability with the Scheduling Office, obtain the appropriate permit and pay the required fees. They must also successfully complete the Department's Tennis Instructor's Certification program and show proof of certification before a permit will be issued.

Pickleball Conversion Pilot

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Planning and Development Division is leading a pilot project to implement lining of multiple tennis court sites for pickleball. The sites will be lined for shared use by both pickleball and tennis players. There will be no changes made to the tennis nets. The tennis court sites were selected based on demand for more pickleball and the following feasibility criteria: accessibility, current court use, existing court conditions, and equitable distribution.

The following courts will be lined for pickleball:

  • South Park Community Center in southwest district
  • Georgetown Playfield in south-central district
  • Delridge Community Center in southwest district
  • Discovery Park Court in central-west district
  • Miller Community Center in central-east district
  • Soundview Playfield in northwest district

For additional information or to comment on the pilot project please contact: Karimah Edwards, Project Planner karimah.edwards@seattle.gov or 206-233-0063.