The best kept tennis secret in NJ

Upper Ridgewood TennisDrive up the beautiful winding driveway and spend the day playing, enjoying a leisurely lunch, and experiencing the best kept tennis secret in New Jersey at Upper Ridgewood Tennis Club for their Semi-Annual Autumn Open House.

Founded over 100 years ago, the “Club on the Hill” has a proud tradition of promoting racquet sports as a valuable, healthy activity to players of all ages and abilities. Nestled amidst 30 acres of UpperRidgewood_Photohistorybeautiful woodlands, Upper Ridgewood Tennis Club features 15 Har-Tru tennis courts (6 of them lighted), 7 lighted platform tennis courts, and a well-appointed Clubhouse. Their impressive history, excellent level of etiquette and competitive teams at several levels make this club a gem. Member enjoy listening to the babbling brook as they approach the courts or sitting by the cozy fireplace after a good game of paddle.

Come and experience URTC for yourself
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25   • 12:00 – 3:00 PM

Enjoy a day of lunch and “play” for kids of all ages!
• Tennis
• Platform Tennis
• Pickle Ball
• FREE Barbeque lunch
• The Bar will be open
• No experience necessary!

To Register:
Call 201-447-0552 or email

Upper Ridgewood Tennis Club
915 Glenview Road, Ridgewood, NJ 201-447-0552

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