Youth Tennis 

Tennis is a fun, engaging, and social sport for youth of all ages. Many of our youth tennis programs take place at Middlebury Indoor Tennis but several are happening in a neighborhood near you! 

Through group clinics, private lessons, and our school tennis programs, we are able serve a wide variety of populations all through Addison County. Our organization not only hosts tennis programs but partners will local schools, parks and recreation departments, and other organizations to share the benefits of playing tennis! 

Join us for our 3rd Annual Youth Tennis Jamboree!

Play with friends, learn new skills, and register for fall programs.  There will also be an exhibition match for kids and families to watch as well as open court time. A light snack will be provided for everyone. 

Event Details:

Middlebury Indoor Tennis
August 11th
9:30-11:00 a.m.
Open to youth 4 to 15 years of age.
Email Erin Morrison for more information: 


9:30  On Court Skills Workshop
10:00 Match Play & Rally
10:30 Exhibition Match & Family Play


Spring  2018 After School Tennis at VUHS

ACAF will offer a free introductory tennis program through Vergennes Union High School's after school programs.This is ACAF's 3rd year to partner with Vergennes and offer tennis to middle school students (7th & 8th grade).  This program is only available to Vergennes students. The program will start May 2nd and end May 30th.  

To register contact: VUMS front office, (802) 877-2938

Youth Tennis Club 

This club focuses on learning the basics of tennis and match play skills.  All equipment, afternoon snacks, and transportation can be provided. Youth Tennis Club is taught by instructors and volunteers from the Addison Community Athletics Foundation (ACAF). Open to all students in grades 6th through 9th. Contact Erin Morrison for suggestions around transportation, 

Upcoming Youth Tennis Clubs:  

Middlebury:  March 19th - April 18th, Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30-5:00 p.m., Middlebury Indoor Tennis (FULL) 

SOJO Tennis

Youth Tennis Clinics. Click here to find a clinic that is right for your child.  

Summer Tennis Programs in Addison County

Middlebury, VT | Contact Middlebury Parks and Recreation
(802) 388-8103 or visit Bristol, VT | Contact Bristol Parks and Recreation
(802)453-5885 pr
Vergennes, VT | Contact Vergennes Union High School 

(802) 877-2938

Youth Match Play

Are you ready to rally against others?  At Youth Match Play, participants will get to play against others as well as receive instruction on improving match play skills such as serving and rallying.  Open to youth up to 18 years of age who who can serve and maintain a short rally. There is no cost to this program. 

2018 Dates & Times:
March 24th, 3-5 p.m.
May 19th, 3-5 p.m. 

Click here to register. 

SOJO Tennis

Youth Tennis Clinics. Click here to find a clinic that is right for your child.  

SOJO Tennis

Sojo Tennis offers a variety of times available for private lessons and is able to work with all skill levels. Click here to start scheduling your lesson today!  

Youth Tennis Tournaments

Our Youth Tennis Tournaments are the perfect opportunity for young aspiring tennis players to play locally and build up their match playing skills. Open to youth up to 18 years of age who can keep score, serve, and maintain a short rally. 

  • Registration fee is $25.00 and scholarships are available. 
  • Click here to view registration form for our Doubles Tournament on April 14th .
  • Deadline to register will be the Wednesday before each tournament.
  • Tournaments will be held at Middlebury Indoor Tennis on the Saturdays listed below.

2018 Yellow Ball Tournament Dates:
April 14th, 1-3:30 p.m.
June 2nd, 1-3:30 p.m.

Did you know that tennis can be taught almost anywhere?  If you are looking to find a new activity to introduce, tennis is a great sport to try and has many benefits for youth and adults. 

Part of ACAFs mission is to help support schools and organizations to incorporate tennis into their existing programs.  We can help you by:

  • Creating custom programs for all ages and abilities
  • Partnering with physical education teachers and other instructors
  • Utilizing non-traditional spaces, like a cafeteria, parking lot, or small gym
  • Offering training, workshops, and equipment
  • Helping teachers incorporate tennis activities into their curriculum
  • Providing ongoing program support

If you’d like to find out more information on how to incorporate tennis into your program, check out this information card or contact Erin Morrison at

Family Play Drop-In Hours

This weekly, drop-in program offers families a chance to play together. All equipment is provided and there is a court ready for you!  Join the fun with other families or rally on your own—there's something for everyone!
  • Every Sunday, except for major holidays
  • Middlebury Indoor Tennis 
  • 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Cost: FREE