County Parks, Recreation, Cultural Affairs Department
Lost Mountain Tennis Center
4845 Dallas Highway
Springs , GA 30127
Manager: Alicia Bartlett
Director: Angela Bay
Lost Mountain Tennis Center is Cobb County's newest
public tennis center opening in 2000. Lost Mountain
has 12 lighted hard courts and a pro-shop building.
Located in west Cobb, Lost Mountain is a popular location
for tournaments, leagues and instructional programs.
Park (4 courts)
Horse Creek Park (4 courts)
to Lost Mountain Tennis Center
Member Organization of the Year"
Mountain ALTA Girls 14 City Champions!!!
Cobb County Tennis on Facebook
the latest news and program information!!!
online registration available for tennis classes.
to play tennis!!!! We offer tennis
classes for entry level beginners. If
you ever wanted to learn to play tennis,
this is where you begin.
begin: week of April 14
meet 1 hour per week (1/2 hour for tots
classes) for 6 weeks.
$72 ($97 for non-residents)
Classes: $36 ($61for non-residents)
class schedules here
begin week of April 14
Summer Tennis Camps
registration form here
Atlanta and Cobb Tennis Centers present
introductory program to tennis for adults!
$49 registration Fee per Person. Your fee will
· USTA Membership· Wilson Tennis
· 6 Weeks of Instruction & Coaching
from Experienced Professional
· USTA League Registration for Winter
Season (2.5 or 3.0 Beginner Season)
· End of the Year Round Robin
County Facilities Spring 2014 Session -
Here To Sign Up!
times during our Elementary School League
for a Team?
looking to join an ALTA or USTA team can fill
out a general information form (link below)
to be placed on a contact list. Teams are formed
for a Team Form
Game in Town - Pickleball
Mountain Tennis Center will be offering a new
program called PICKLEBALL. We will provide
some equipment that includes paddles and balls.
If you have your own, feel free to bring them.
The goal is to introduce players to the game and
to schedule some play dates!
is a sport played with a hard paddle and wiffleball. The
game combines elements of badminton, tennis, racquet
ball and ping-pong, and is played on a badminton-sized
court. It is played as a singles game with one
person/side or as a doubles game with 2 people
on each side of the net. The object of the game
is to score points by successfully hitting a 3"
diameter plastic ball across the net without it
being successfully returned by the opponent.
Pickleball is a simple game designed for all ages
and any athletic ability level. Today the sport
is played by people all across the U.S. Many seniors
have taken up the sport in their retirement years
but it is also played by thousands of school children
and top athletes in their 20s and 30s. It is an
easy sport to learn and most everyone can play
the game after just a short time of hitting the
ball back and forth across the net. However, it
is also a sport where you can keep learning new
strokes and increasingly sophisticated strategies
for years on end. As the sport has grown in popularity
it has continued to be played in back yards but
it has also spawned many competitive tournaments
across the country.
for Pickleball begin at Lost Mountain Tennis Center
beginning the weeks of February 24th and April
14th . For more information, call Traci Thomas
at (770) 528-8525. Come join the fun!
Mountain Community Tennis Association
Lost Mountain Community Tennis Association is a group
of tennis enthusiasts
who support Lost Mountain Tennis
Center and the surrounding community. Our mission
purpose of our CTA is to provide tennis opportunities
and programs for individuals in our community who
ordinarily may not have the opportunity to participate.
We will develop and grow tennis programs for West
Cobb and its surrounding areas that will enhance participants
experience and improve the quality of their lives.
you would like to get involved feel free to give Traci
a call or email. For more information, contact Traci
Thomas at (770) 528-8525 or email@example.com
the LMCTA website
Lost Mountain Tennis Center was named ‘Outstanding
Tennis Facility' for 2006 by the United
States Tennis Association. This is a prestigious
award that goes to a select few of the thousands of
tennis facilities throughout the country. The official
announcement was made during the annual USTA meeting
held in New York in conjunction with the US Open. The
award recognizes those facilities based on the overall
facilities quality and structure and the facilities
programs in promoting tennis and serving the community. All
award winners will be inscribed on a large wall plaque
displayed in the lobby of the USTA National Tennis Center
, site of the US Open. See the list of facility
winners on the USTA
Lost Mountain Tennis Center awarded
'Organization of the Year' for 2004
by the USTA-Georgia.
energy drill clinic that comprises stroke
analysis, strategy, and rhythm all in
a match-play type of drill format with ever-changing
new games. You will hit many balls, have fun,
and improve your tennis game in a quality
Coach Jarvie who conducts the Grand Slam adult
camps will be using the same
lesson plans, if you have attended those in
the past, for this new Wednesday
DAYS & TIMES
Wednesdays, 7:00pm-8:00pm with Coach Jarvie
10:30am-12:00pm with Coach Raoul ($15)
12:00pm-1:30pm with Coach Jarvie ($15)
Friday sessions for $25)
registration form here
child will have loads of fun gaining fitness
learning the fundamental skills to experience
proper movement development. This class will
teach motor movement abilities for all sports,
not just tennis. More energy - acquiring social
skills - lessening the chance for childhood
obesity - being more positive about themselves
will all be acquired in this class. Class
curriculum is comparable to the Adult Cross
Tennis as each participant will hit tennis
balls, but also the concentration will be
strength, cardiovascular, balance, and athletic
& TIME: Every Wednesday: 5:30- 6:30 pm
AGE: 7 – 12 years
COST: Four-week pass: $30
Single visit: $10
registration form here
The Quickstart Program
is designed to promote the physical and mental
well being for children 5-12 years of age. Emphasis
is placed on physical fitness, teamwork, and
sportsmanship. The program uses an innovative
new play format with foam and very low compression
The program is offered year-round on Wednesdays
with the following schedule:
(6 and under) - $35 per month
3:30pm-4:15pm (8 and under) - $40 per month
(10 and under) - $55 per month
(12 and under) - $75 per month
For more information, contact Lost Mountain
QuickStart Brochure Here
Academy of Georgia
Academy of Georgia is a year around program
maximizes tactical, technical, mental, and physical
development. Complete repertoire of shots are
emphasized. The staff has experience in developing
state, sectional, and nationally ranked players.
This program is conducted by Henry Oliver and
Allan Owen. This is a great program for juniors
wanting to play high school tennis, acquire
a ranking, and possibly earn a tennis scholarship.
Players are required to try-out for the program.
There is also a PeeWee TAG program for younger
players. Call Lost Mountain for pricing
note that programs are subject to change - please
confirm all programs with Lost Mountain Tennis
Stringing and More
by Raoul Bax
own string - $20
gut - $25
- $35 and up
stringing comes with a 24-48 hour turn-around
Mountain Tennis Center League City Champions
Forms Available for Download
Reservation Form - use
this form to request a site as your
courts for your league team for the
and Regulations - rules
and policies for all teams participating
at a Cobb County park tennis facility.
All team members are required to be
aware and abide by the rules.
Practice Request Form
- for teams requesting a regular weekly
time for team practice. Fees
must be paid when submitting the form.
Check with facility manager for availability.
Practice Request Form (winter season
- same as above, but for December,
January and February only.