Tennis Camp at Vetta Sports

Join Vetta Sports this summer for tennis camps, clinics and teams for kids from beginner level to experienced players. Tennis Summer Camp, Jr. Team Tennis and Jr. Tennis Clinics offer an award-winning staff and a wide variety of activities, including drills, matches, strategy sessions, trail runs, cross training games and more!

Tennis camps are structured into two levels, one for players ages 5-14 and another for players 10-18. Is your child new to the sport? You won't find better instruction! Have an experienced player? Through drills and matches, players will learn singles and doubles strategies, increase their attention to detail and improve their ability to relate to other players on and off the court. Vetta's program is designed in coordination with the USTA (United States Tennis Association) youth tennis profession pathway, and promotes play with red, orange, and green compression balls for younger players and standard yellow balls for older players. 

Camps are held in Kirkwood Park and at Francis Howell Central. All campers receive a t-shirt and there's an end-of-week party! 

Jr. Tennis Clinics are offered for ages 3-18 for kids of all skill levels. Locations are Kirkwood Park. McNair Park in St. Charles, Westhoff Park in O'Fallon, Francis Howell North and Central High Schools and at the Lake Saint Louis Community Association. 

Junior Team Tennis is for ages 6-18, are held in South St. Louis County and St. Charles County and include one practice day and one match per week. Matches include boys and girls singles, boys and girls doubles and mixed doubles. This program features outstanding coaches and was awarded the Outstanding USTA Junior Team Tennis Program by the St. Louis District Tennis Association in 2014.

For more information about tennis camps, clinics and Team Tennis, and convenient online registration, visit



Camp Weeks
  • June 11 - 15
  • June 25 - 29
  • July 9 - 13
  • July 16 - 20
  • July 23 - 27
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