Belgrade Courts

Located near 600 Spooner Road, Belgrade has 5 of the best courts in the valley with a great hitting wall. MAP | Belgrade Facility Reservations (click “Tennis Courts” under Location Type and click the “Check Availability” button.)

Bozeman Courts

Bozeman High Mike Anderson Courts

About 3 blocks north of Main St. on 11th. 10 outdoor courts.

Southside Courts

Corner of S 5th and W College St. 3 outdoor courts.

MSU Bobcat Anderson Tennis Center

Located between Grant St and Kagy, right next to the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. The tennis center is open to the public, it has 8 outdoor courts and 4 indoor courts. The indoor courts are by reservation only and require an hourly fee for play. MAP | Bobcat Tennis Center website

Bogart Park Court

These two courts are covered in Versacourt (a sport-court material) but if you’re local to these courts or just need place to hit, they will do the job. There’s also a hitting wall with the basketball courts so if Shaq is taking the day off, you can get some wall time in, too. MAP

Beck Drive Courts

There’s just one court out on Beck Drive, but it’s in the middle of a no-tennis-court desert, so if you’re dying it’s a great place to get the fuzz out! MAP

Riverside Country Club

You’ll have to become a member to play, but Riverside has tennis-only memberships, great courts and they do some wonderful . MAP | Riverside’s website

Courts further afield

Manhattan High School Tennis Courts

The high school in Manhattan has three very nice tennis courts, should you find yourself out that way looking for a match. MAP

Three Forks High School

Three Forks has just received a brand new tennis court at the end of 2015. If you’re out that way, enjoy one of the best courts in the area!  MAP

Livingston Tennis Courts – Sacagawea Park

Over the hill, Livingston has also just received a big resurfacing. There are six courts in Sacagawea Park, so you shouldn’t have trouble finding court time. MAP