Middlebury Indoor Tennis


Middlebury Indoor Tennis is the only indoor tennis facility open to the public in Addison County. We provide year-round programs and services for all ages in our facility. Middlebury Indoor Tennis is open 7 days a week and offers a variety of options to meet your needs when it comes to getting on the courts and playing tennis!


Our Facility

Our facility is open to the public and offers our guests and members full access to all of our amenities. We have locker rooms equipped with showers and rental lockers. Upstairs we have a full kitchen and large viewing area, perfect for a get together after a match or tournament. Our facility also offers free Wi-Fi.  Members and guests can also rent our ball machine or borrow equipment when needed. 

Our Programs and Services

Many of our programs and services take place in our facility including our Sunday Family Play time, youth tennis events, and Family Fun Nights for our school tennis programs.  We also host a number other drop in events, tournaments, and league play for adults during lunch hours, evenings, and weekends. We also work closely with Middlebury College and local high schools to utilize our courts and space to host practices and matches while in season.

Middlebury Indoor Tennis also offers a wide range of membership and punch card options to suit the needs of any indiviual, couple, or family.  Our facility is open year round and 7 days awake so there is always a spot for you on our courts! 

Our Floors

The rubber-based wet-lay surface is a medium speed 10-coat Plexicushion Prestige System. Plexicushion's shock absorbing qualities minimize stress and fatigue. In May 2007 the Australian Open decdided to switch to Plexicushion from their native product, ReBound Ace, for 2008. MIT's surface is identical to the one chosen for the Alexis Boss Tennis Center at Dartmouth, including installation by the same contractor, Vt Recreational Surfacing and Fencing.


In October of 2014, David and Eleanor Ignat donated the Middlebury Indoor Tennis facility to the Addison Community Athletics Foundation to own, manage, and support as a nonprofit organization. David and Eleanor opened the facility in April of 2001 and have been operating it since that time. They continue to help with day-to-day operations and also serve on the ACAF Board of Directors as president and vice president respectively.