Boyle Park is a public park in Mill Valley, California. We have five very active tennis courts that host league and other tournament events throughout the year. Our comprehensive schedule of classes is taught by USPTA certified teaching professionals, offering private and group instruction for adults and children.
We also have a Pro Shop providing expert stringing, balls, grips, ball machine rental and great deals on racquets.
|Ages:||5 - 13|
|Day:||Tuesday - Friday|
|Time:||AM Camp: 9:30 - 12:30|
|PM Camp: 1 - 4|
|Full Day: 9:30 - 4|
|Dates:||12/27 - 12/30|
|1/3 - 1/6|
|Fee:||175/wk Half Day|
|325/wk Full Day|
|40/day Half Day Drop-in|
|75/day Full Day Drop-in|
And yes, we also have programs for adults: Adult Instruction
Boyle Park participates in USTA, Marin and SNMWTL league tennis. Whatever your level of tennis, we probably have a team for you.
Please contact Chris at email@example.com or 415 388-6523 for more info.
Visit our League Page for results, team rosters, standings ...
Marge Mahl died last Friday, October 28, 2016. She was 90 years old. Unless you are relatively new to tennis in Marin, you know Marge because for several decades she pretty much was tennis in Marin. Whether it was through directing local tournaments, helping someone new to the area get placed on an adult league team or supporting local pro's like yours truely, she touched countless tennis players of every age and level and offered them a chance to get involved in the Marin tennis community. She knew us all. I first met Marge, having no idea who she was, when somehow I was sent to her house to pick up my first USTA card when I was 14 years old. I can't remember the process of aquiring a USTA memberships, but I guess this was before everything was computerized and here Marge was to provide that service for a young bright eyed boy eager to try out these strange events called tennis tournaments. She put on countless tournaments; Heart Fund, IJ, Tam Boosters ... and though some of her methods may have been somewhat antiquated, hand written and sketched out on a yellow pad or on some old template from the past, she was always well organized and prepared. You didn't really want to mess with Marge. Though patient, she presided over her tournaments with an iron fist and didn't tolerate any foolish transgressions, nor arrogant entitled behavior. I can remember her sitting at her directors perch from 7am till dark many Saturdays and Sundays. We all came and went mostly unaware of all the hours she dedicated to these tournaments. We laughed at some of her creative awards, we were miffed at her strict limits on complimentary bottled water ... mostly we enjoyed these wonderful events that would not have happened without her. Thanks Marge, with love.