Tennis and pickleball courts are open for the season.

The Park District maintains 22 outdoor courts across Northbrook for tennis enthusiasts to enjoy. On a regular season, the courts are open from early-April until mid-October, although the District occasionally reserves some of them for private lessons, tournaments, schools and league play. Notification of court closings will occur in advance. Courts are generally open from sunrise to sunset.

Available Tennis/Pickleball Courts

ParkAddressCourt AvailabilityRental Availability
Crestwood Park 1824 Milton Avenue3 tennis courts
(courts have pickleball lines)
1 practice wall
Tennis court available to rent (Max 2 courts rented at a time)
Oaklane Park636 Berglund Place1 tennis court
Stonegate Park3425 Whirlaway Drive6 pickleball courtsPickleball court available to rent (Max 3 courts rented at a time)
West Park 1730 Pfingsten Road3 tennis courts
Williamsburg Park200 Lee Road3 tennis courts
(courts have pickleball lines)
Tennis courts available to rent (Max 2 courts rented at a time)
Wood Oaks Green Park1150 Sanders Road8 tennis courts
(courts have pickleball lines)
1 practice wall
Tennis courts available to rent (Max 4 courts rented at a time)

Rental Information

To guarantee the availability of an outdoor court, we recommend you rent a court. The fee is $12/hour per court for residents and $19/hour per court for non-residents.

If a court is not being used for programming or rentals, courts are available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis.

Private instructors must be issued a permit before conducting lessons.

To request a court, email Cameron Edelman at or call customer service at 847-291-2993

An Application For Facility Use use must be submitted and staff will process the application within three business days.

Northbrook Park District Covid-19 Court Rules and Regulations

  • Select courts are open 7am-8pm daily.
  • Courts are designated for either open play, rentals or lessons.
  • Courts will turn over on the hour. Players may continue playing if no other players are waiting. Courts designated for lessons or rentals are available for open play when a permit has not been issued. Players must exit the court when a permitted pair arrive. Daily court schedules available at
  • Private and group lessons up to 6 are allowed. Instructors must have insurance and secure a permit from the District.
  • Players must bring their own set of balls. Each player’s balls must be labeled and identifiable. A maximum of 3 balls per player is permitted. Players should serve with their set of balls. If the other player’s ball ends up on your side of the court, use your racquet or foot to return the ball to the other player.
  • Before, during and after play, players must maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet from other people.
  • Face coverings are recommended but not required.
  • All spectators and players waiting for a court must remain outside of the fence, until a court becomes available. Physical distancing procedures must always be practiced.
  • Players are encouraged to bring and use hand sanitizer.
  • Players are encouraged to place their personal items (bags, water bottles, etc.) at a safe distance (6 feet) from other player items to avoid any surface contact.
  • No handshakes, paddle bumps or physical contact between players.
  • Players must wear shirts and non-marking shoes (no black soles).
  • The entry gates will be left open to prevent surface contact.
  • Benches and court equipment have been removed.
  • Restrooms and drinking fountains will not be available.
  • Pets, food, bicycles, skateboards, futsal players and inline skaters are not allowed on courts.
  • Please be vigilant in preventing the spread of the virus by practicing good hygiene as recommended by CDC guidelines.
  • Stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms as listed by the CDC guidelines.
  • Do not enter the courts if you have any symptoms or exposure risks as listed by the CDC guidelines.

Court Rules
Help the Park District provide an enjoyable tennis season by following court rules posted at all facilities. Players must wear shirts on the courts and soft, rubber-soled shoes; black-soled shoes are not allowed. Only authorized tennis instructors are allowed to conduct lessons on Park District courts. Park District courts operate on a first-come, first-served basis, but patrons with a permit from the Park District have priority over walk-on players.