Tennis Courts & Facility Summary
Public / Private : Private Club - Accepts Non-Members
No of tennis courts : 9
Court Details : unknown court detail (indoor, outdoor, surface, etc)
Lighting : Yes
Proshop : Yes
Hours of Operation : unknown
Tennis Programs :
- New Player Adult Programs
- New Player Junior Programs
- Team Tennis
- Round Robins
- USTA League Tennis
- USTA Tournaments
I-285; EXIT 24, N ON RIVERSIDE DR; 2.2M, LT ON JOHNSON FERRY RD; 1.8M, LT ON LOWER ROSWELL RD; 1.1M, RT INTO ENTRANCE ON INDIAN HILLS PKY; IMMED LT ON CLUBLAND DR; 0.2M, CLUBHOUSE ON RT. *** I-75; EXIT 261, E ON DELK RD (CHANGES TO TERRELL MILL RD AND LOWER ROSWELL RD); 5.1M, LT INTO ENTRANCE ON INDIAN HILL PKY; IMMED LT ON CLUBLAND DR; 0.2M, CLUBHOUSE ON RT.
"Few of the lights on one of the courts were not working."
"Nice Clubhouse, great food, good hospitality"
"Hard to see from parking lot, but nice courts with viewing!"
"ONLY 8 Courts. I don't know why TP has 9 listed. 6 are hard and 2 are clay. The 4 hard front courts near the club have shaded seating and good viewing area. The back courts are set up a bit different so all 4 courts have their own area. No balls rolling between the courts which is nice but the viewing area for teams is not the best set up. There is handicap access if you just ask someone and they bring golf carts to help. The golf bag drop off area is good for handicap access. The food is so-so. It is hit or miss depending on what the catering department has chosen for that week. The bathrooms for the front courts are in the clubhouse and the bathrooms for the back courts are close by but in a small heated/cooled building. Only the clay courts don't have shaded seating. Plenty of chairs everywhere so no need to bring your own. Parking can be an issue in the summer time so make sure you plan a few extra minutes to find a spot."
"very nice courts and viewing area. good parking, lots of steps to get to the courts."
"There is no handicap accessibility to tennis courts 3 &4 - there are concrete stairs everywhere and you have to tackle stairs to get to any restroom from these courts. Also, despite catered food, I am always disappointed by the food at Indian Hills. But I am most disappointed that my mother and father in their 80s could barely make it down to watch our play on the tennis courts. There is no way to get anyone in a wheelchair down to the courts."