44 Addington Square Camberwell London South London SE5 7LA
Looking for free things to do in Burgess Park Tennis Centre and the London area? Below is a selection of paid and free activities in Burgess Park Tennis Centre
Burgess Park Tennis Centre is operated by the social enterprise Be Active and is also the home of Southwark City Tennis Club, a registered charity. The Centre is located very near to the Camberwell Road entrance to the park. Buses 12, 30, 35, 40, 42, 68, 148, 171, 176, 468 all stop at Camberwell Road / Albany Road within sight of the courts.
There are seven public tennis courts in total, 6 floodlit and a metal mesh practice wall (bookings 7am to 10pm) You can book tennis courts in advance via https://www.beactivesocialenterprise.com/court-bookings/. You will need to give at least 24 hours notice if you want to cancel your booking, cancellations must be made via the online system, for further details please see https://www.beactivesocialenterprise.com/court-bookings/booking-help/ .
For group and individual coaching please see the https://www.beactivesocialenterprise.com/adults/ and https://www.beactivesocialenterprise.com/juniors/
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There are seven hard tennis courts and one Practice Wall (half a court in size) all outdoors. They are operated by Be Active Social Entreprise. They offer a range of coaching sessions for adults and children.
Yes, six courts have lights (1-6). Burgess Park offers some of the only floodlit tennis courts in London that are available on a pay and play basis. Court 7 and practice wall are not lit.
Balls can be purchased from the Tennis Cafe for £6.50
Racket Stringing - details on https://www.beactivesocialenterprise.com/adults/racket-stringing/
Unfortunately, the pavilion changing and toilets are closed while we aren't able to rent the ball machine at the moment.