Tennis Facilities

Alberta Banks Park

Alberta Banks Park

Alberta Banks Park is approximately a 23-acre park in Flowery Branch that includes the Bobby Bailey Tennis Center and the Field of Dreams, which is an ADA-accessible ballfield and playground.

Amenity Details

  • 12 lighted tennis courts
  • Three baseball/softball fields
  • One rubberized ADA-accessible ballfield and playground
  • Pavilion with grill, electricity and water

Pets: Leashed pets are allowed in the park but not on the ballfields.

5575 Jim Crow Road
Flowery Branch, GA 30542
Brenau Athletics swimming center during a meet

Brenau University Athletics


  • Gymnasium
  • Pool – indoor – 25 yard
  • Softball field
  • Tennis court
Athletic Association: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
Conferences: Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC); Appalachian Swimming Conference (ASC)Athletic Teams:
Basketball, JV Basketball, Competitive Cheer, Competitive Dance, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, JV Softball, Spirit Cheer, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, VolleyballMascot: Golden Tiger
Email Brenau Athletics
500 Washington Street
Gainesville, GA 30501
City Park Tennis and Pickleball Courts

City Park Tennis and Pickleball Courts


  • Four lighted courts
549 Glenwood Drive NE
Gainesville, GA 30501
Laurel Park and Mega Boat Ramp

Laurel Park and Mega Boat Ramp

Offering four lighted baseball/softball fields, a dog park, paved walking trail, splash pad, and a mega boat ramp, this 124-acre park is one of the largest and most frequented parks in Hall County.

Sports and Recreational Activities:

  • Baseball/softball
  • Fishing
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball – sand

Laurel Park Features:

  • A 1-mile paved walking trail
  • Two tennis courts
  • Three pavilions
  • Three restroom facilities
  • Four lighted baseball/softball fields
  • Picnic sites
  • Splash Pad (seasonal water playground) for small children – $2 per child admission fee.

Mega Boat Ramp Features:

Laurel Park is home to Hall County’s mega boat ramp, the largest ramp on Lake Lanier, and the park offers enough space to host large scale events. In 2018 Laurel Park was the location for the Fishing League Worldwide Pro Tour stop and in 2019, the Bassmaster Classic Elite Series. In addition to professional tournaments, hundreds of amateur, college and high-school tournaments have discovered that Laurel Park is a great place to fish.

  • Two docks
  • Five-boat entry
  • 350-foot mega ramp
  • Amphitheater with stadium seating
  • Electricity and WiFi
  • Fish-release chute
  • Located minutes from boat-friendly accommodations
  • Multiple parking area
  • Onsite restrooms
  • Oxygenated tank
  • Soft shoreline
  • Staging area for weigh-ins
3100 Old Cleveland Highway
Gainesville, GA 30506
Ladies playing tennis at Longwood Park

Longwood Park Tennis Courts

Longwood Park is a lakeside park in downtown Gainesville with eight outdoor tennis courts.

The park offers lake amenities including a courtesy dock and fishing pier. There are picnic tables with grills and gazebos throughout and two playgrounds. This location also has pavilions available for rental.


  • Eight Lighted Courts
20 Pearl Nix Parkway NW
Gainesville, GA 30501
Young lady playing tennis at Sardis Sports

Sardis Sports Complex


Chestatee & Sardis Sports Complex is a 40-acre park that has 6 lighted tennis courts and 3 lighted little league ballfields.

Amenity Details

  • 3 Lighted Baseball/Softball Fields
  • 6 Lighted Tennis Courts
  • Concession Stand with Restrooms
2811 Sardis Road
Gainesville, GA 30506
You boy playing at Sprout Springs

Spout Springs Sports Complex


Spout Springs Sports Complex is a School-In-A-Park Project adjacent to Flowery Branch High School. This 14-acre site is devoted to active sports use.

Amenity Details

  • 3 Lighted Baseball/Softball Fields
  • 6 Lighted Tennis Courts
  • Concession Stand with Accessible Restrooms
6603 Spout Springs Road
Flowery Branch, GA 30542
UNG Hugh Mills swimming pool

University of North Georgia – Hugh Mills P.E. Complex

The University of North Georgia Recreational Sports Department on the Gainesville campus is located in the Hugh Mills Physical Education Complex. Recreational sports on the Gainesville campus offer a variety of intramural sports, aquatics and fitness programs to help you “Get your move on!”


  • Cross Country course
  • Gymnasium with two full basketball courts
  • Indoor pool – junior olympic
  • Tumbling Creek Trails mountain bike course and walking trails
  • Outdoor athletic fields and track
  • Tennis courts
3820 Mundy Mill Rd.
Oakwood, GA 30566