Tennis Camp with Higgins Tennis

Fairfax Recreation is excited to offer summer tennis camps with Higgins Tennis run by Camp Director, and homegrown Fairfax Tennis Superstar, Jonah Richards. Higgins Tennis has run programs in Fairfax and all over the SF Bay Area for the last 20 years.

Camps will feature, development of tennis strokes, rallying skills, competitive play that is age appropriate and FUN!

Need to know

  • Location: Fairfax Tennis Courts
  • Camp Schedule: Week of June 17 from 9:30-1:30pm
  • Camp Schedule:  Week of June 24 from 9:30- 1:30pm
  • Camp Participants: Ages 6 – 12 years old
  • Camp Fee: $462 per week
  • Kids bring their own lunch, racket, water bottle, and snacks

We are offering a mini camp for 2 hours (from 10am – 12noon) these same weeks for lower cost fee.

To register for this program, please go directly to Higgins Tennis website for registration.

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What to Expect

  • Campers develop self-esteem, learn sportsmanship and team work, enjoy fun games like Angry Birds Tennis, Skyball, and Big Kahuna, and MAKE NEW FREINDS!.
  • Special features: HIGGINS BUCKS, Water Fun Day (no swimming), and the Higgins Bucks Store where children buy prizes on Fridays!

Sample Weekly Schedule:

Monday: Learn the Fundamentals, Angry Birds Tennis, Skyball, and more games!

Tuesday: Learn to Rally at your level!

Wednesday: Serve and Water Fun Day!

Thursday: Big Kahuna and the Buck Hunt!

Friday: Game Day and the Higgins Buck Store!

Join us for a week of laughter, learning, and fun at Tennis Camp. Give your child the gift of exercise and teamwork.  We can't wait to embark on this exciting journey with you this summer.


Camp Director, Jonah Richards, learned how to play tennis at the Peri Park tennis courts and was trained by Higgins Tennis, Owner, William Higgins. Jonah is a Junior at San Diego State.  He has been playing tennis competitively since he was 9 years old and has been a top ranked junior player his whole life. He found his passion for teaching tennis about 5 years ago and has been teaching kids tennis ever since! In his camps he focuses heavily on technique, hand-eye coordination, good sportsmanship, and having fun. The goal is to help ignite the same flame inside these young athletes that was ignited in him the first time he picked up a tennis racket over 10 years ago.


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