There are 4 macadam courts in pretty good nick. There are also eight grass courts. There is nothing better than playing on grass even if they all are a little lumpy and bumpy! It’ll add character to your game!
If you’re coming from further afield you might want to bring your motor! There is car park off Glenesk Road which is free to use and open during park opening hours. The courts are visible from the park and it takes about two minutes to reach the court from there.
Eltham Park South Café
A fantastic café situated right next to the courts, perfect for a cuppa whilst you watch the magic happen on-court.
Playing all year around is what we’re all about. The four macadam courts are all flood-lit.
You don’t have to stand outside, grab a drink at the café and head for the community room, you can still watch the action from there – just chillax and enjoy the park from indoors!
Male and female loos. No disability access but we’re working on it! The loos are accessible during park opening hours and when the programme runs out of hours.
Bike riding is encouraged, there are plenty of bike-racks court-side – don’t forget to bring your lock.
Set your fit bit and walk to us, bring your dog too!
The tennis courts can’t be seen from the road and are hidden right at the back of Kidbrooke Green Park.
There are two macadam courts that are in good condition. The courts are offered free and operate on a first come first serve basis any-time there isn’t coaching scheduled
It’s just the tennis courts and MUGA next door, there are no toilets or changing facilities anywhere near-by.
There is free parking on Nelson Mandela Road and the courts can be accessed via a footpath.
It’s just the tennis courts and MUGA next door, there are no toilets or changing facilities anywhere nearby.
The tennis courts are tucked away in the Common behind the Plumstead Common Bowls Club. There are two recommended access routes, the first via a footpath that runs off Waverly Crescent and the second from St John’s Terrace.
There are four macadam tennis courts, with no flood-lights. Three of the courts are in good playing order one isn’t so good due to tree root damage. The courts are offered free and operate on a first come first serve basis any-time there isn’t coaching scheduled
There’s lots of open space, good dog walking areas and no toilets or changing facilities.
There is free parking on St John’s Terrace and you can access the courts via a footpath between St John’s Terrace and the bowling club.