Berkeley Park5740 Berkeley Road, Goleta Map
Berkeley Park is a public tennis establishment in Goleta. There are 2 public tennis courts and they are not lighted. Amenities at Berkeley Park include open field, picnic tables, a sand box, and the tennis courts. The park is completely surrounded by houses and a school. There are 2 hard-to-see cement pathways, between homes, that give you access to the park. One is on Berkeley Road while the other is on Arundel Road. Tennis court hours are 8am to sunset. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club5800 Cathedral Oaks Road, Goleta Map
With an active membership that loves tennis, getting a game going on one of the six hard courts, four Har-True clay courts, or 3 Pickleball courts has never been easier. Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club's full-spectrum of programs are designed to cater to beginners, intermediates, and advanced tournament players of all ages. Adult members can also participate in Interclub team play and younger members can join the junior tennis clinics. With extensive tennis programs to help you with all aspects of the game, you can be sure to reach your full potential at Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club.
Evergreen Park7537 Evergreen Drive, Goleta Map
Evergreen is a public tennis facility located in Goleta. There are 2 public tennis courts at this location and they are not lighted. The 1970s-era courts were resurfaced in 2016. The courts at Evergreen Park are designed for both tennis and Pickleball players. The west court is designated as priority for tennis players, and the east court (with added yellow lines) serves as priority for Pickleball players. To keep the Pickleball court nets in good condition, they are secured in a locked box at the courts. Pickleball players desiring access to the portable nets will need to complete a volunteer application before receiving the lock combination.
Kellogg Tennis Courts636 North Kellogg Avenue, Goleta Map
The Kellogg Tennis Courts consist of 3 tennis courts and 4 Pickleball courts located on the 600 block of Kellogg Avenue in Goleta. They are not lighted. These courts were dedicated to the County of Santa Barbara in the 1960s by the developer of the surrounding community. The courts have provided countless hours of recreational tennis play for the community. All play is first come, first serve and no permits are required. When others are waiting, the time limits are 30 minutes for individuals, 1 hour for singles, and 1.5 hours for doubles.
Knowlwood Tennis Club1675 East Valley Road, Montecito Map
Established in 1970, Knowlwood Tennis Club is a unique get-a-way in the heart of Montecito. Knowlwood is a family oriented tennis club with popular junior and adult tennis programs. They have a dedicated and enthusiastic teaching staff that offers private lessons and group clinics for all ages and skill levels. Knowlwood started with a single tennis court, club house and a love of the game. Players could come out on Saturday afternoons, put a dollar in the donation jar and hit with a tennis pro to their hearts content. The club has since expanded to 10 courts (8 hard courts and 2 clay) and remains a club owned and operated by its members with a common love for the game. There is a cap on the number of members and the only time a spot comes up is when a family opts out of the membership. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Las Positas Tennis Courts1002 Las Positas Road, Santa Barbara Map
The Elings Park Foundation operates and manages the former public Las Positas Tennis courts for the benefit of their members and guests. There are 6 lighted courts and there is a fee charged to use the facility. A non-member paid court pass is valid for 1-hour singles and 1.5 hour doubles. Kids 18 and under play free of charge. A tennis practice wall is available with a time limit of 30 minutes. Courts can only be reserved for USTA and Interclub. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Manning Park Tennis Court449 San Ysidro Road, Montecito Map
Manning Park in Montecito has a diversity of amenities including ball fields, barbeque grills, benches, picnic tables, group picnic areas, horseshoes, playgrounds, restrooms, a volleyball court, and a tennis court. The tennis court is not level (tilts to the south) which shouldn't matter unless you are training for Wimbledon. This is the only public tennis court in Montecito, it is not lighted, and the surface has a few damaged areas but it is still very much useable. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Municipal Tennis Center1414 Park Place, Santa Barbara Map
The Municipal Tennis Center, built on land the City of Santa Barbara has owned since 1909, features 9 tennis courts. There are 8 standard tennis courts and 1 stadium court. The 4 former-tennis courts at the east end of the facilty have been converted to 8 official Pickleball courts. There are 4 additional blended line Pickleball courts that use temporary nets and share space with standard tennis courts. Municipal Tennis Center also includes three backboards. 3 tennis courts are lighted until 9pm. Daily permits may be purchased on-site from tennis court monitors. Annual tennis permits, which run from July 1 to June 30, may be purchased at the Municipal Tennis Center Tennis Office Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm. Ample parking is available in the adjacent parking lot, and there is a playground on site.
Oak Park Tennis Courts2650 Tallant Road, Santa Barbara Map
Oak Park is a popular picnic and recreation site located on Alamar Avenue between Tallant Road and West Junipero Street. Oak Park features a host of standard park amenities plus two public tennis courts that were first installed during the 1920s. The tennis courts are at the north end of the park and have their own separate parking lot. The courts are on a first come first serve basis. When there are people waiting for a court there are time limits that apply: 1 player 30 minutes, 2 players 60 minutes, and 3-4 players 90 minutes. Only instructors authorized by the City are allowed to teach. No black soled shoes, skating, biking, food, glass, alcohol, smoking or animals allowed. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Pershing Park Tennis Courts129 Castillo Street, Santa Barbara Map
Near Santa Barbara’s waterfront, Pershing Park offers a baseball field, two softball fields, and eight lighted tennis courts. The Pershing Park tennis courts are home to the Santa Barbara City College tennis team and the school's tennis classes. The tennis courts are available to the public for a nominal fee on weekends 8:30am - dusk, after 5pm on weekdays during the school year, and after 1pm on weekdays during school summer session, exclusive of scheduled events. The southern most court, closest to the ocean, has 3 blended line Pickball courts. Daily permit tennis or Pickleball fees will be collected by city tennis staff and additional fees may be charged for lighted play. Annual or daily tennis or Pickleball permits are required for all players age 18 and over. Youth age 17 and under play for free. Time limits apply: 1 player 30 minutes, 2 players 60 minutes, and 3-4 players 90 minutes. Only instructors authorized by the City are allowed to teach. No black soled shoes, skating, biking, food, glass, alcohol, smoking or animals allowed.
Santa Barbara High School1041 North Nopal Street, Santa Barbara Map
There are 6 unlighted tennis courts on the east side of Santa Barbara High School's campus. The courts are for high school student's use. Though the courts technically are not considered public courts they are usually free for the public to use during non-school hours. When available to the public, the courts are on a first come first serve basis. When there are people waiting for a court standard time limits apply: 1 player 30 minutes, 2 players 60 minutes, and 3-4 players 90 minutes. No black soled shoes, skating, biking, food, glass, alcohol, smoking or animals allowed. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Santa Barbara Tennis Club2375 Foothill Road, Santa Barbara Map
Nestled in area foothills since 1971 the Santa Barbara Tennis Club offers 12 lighted tennis courts, and is home to some of the best competitive and club players in the area. Professional staff offers private and group instruction in addition to a variety of clinics and camps for both juniors and adults. Interclub leagues and USTA matches are available for most ability levels. New members are invited for a free evaluation with a professional and are then introduced to other players who match their playing level. The club hosts many tennis events throughout the year including the men’s 50’s Hard Court National Championships, Rally for the Cure, Special Olympics, and more. Other Club amenities include a heated junior Olympic swimming pool, fitness center and cafe. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.
Stow Canyon Tennis Courts6229 Stow Canyon Road, Goleta Map
Goleta's Stow Canyon Tennis Courts include 2 unlighted courts available for public use. Stow Tennis Courts are part of a 2.6 acre local community park site and open space located between Stow Canyon Road and Valdez Avenue. No private teaching is allowed and children and adults have equal court rights at all times. All play is first come, first serve, and no permit is required. When others are waiting time limits apply: 1 player 30 minutes, 2 players 60 minutes, and 3-4 players 90 minutes. Waiting players must stay out of court playing area. No tournaments or school matches are allowed without prior authorization from the City of Goleta Parks Department. No black soled shoes, skating, biking, food, glass, alcohol, smoking or animals allowed. There are no blended lines for Pickleball.