Almaden Swim & Racquet Club
Surely there’s no better way of enjoying our glorious California weather than by heading outside for fun with the family. And what could be more fun than a few games of tennis, a relaxing swim under blue skies or a pleasant social evening with friends and neighbors?
Located in the heart of beautiful Almaden Valley, Almaden Swim and Racquet Club (ASRC) is the #1 venue for family swimming and tennis in San Jose. We’re very proud of our six USTA championship tennis courts, inviting swimming pool with diving board, newly reconstructed spa and a wading pool for children age 5 and under. And there is something here for everyone to enjoy, whatever their age or fitness level. You might just want to sit in the shade as you cheer on an exciting rally on the tennis court, soak away stress in our relaxing spa or come to enjoy one of our themed and friendly social evenings.
If you’re serious about swimming, or feel that you’ve got a shot at being the next tennis pro, then we can offer high level coaching to take your game to the next level. Top ranked tennis pro Kathy Barnes (World Cup team winner for the USA) and expert Ravi Gill can help you perfect your serve and beautify your back hand. And if you are just starting out, we run swimming and tennis lessons that are fun, safe and informative. Click here for club hours.
ASRC offers American Red Cross Lifeguard Training courses during the spring and early summer. Click here to find out more…
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MEMBERS! Find out information on how to:
- Access your account for the first time.
- Create a username and password for other family members.
- Reserve a court.
For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
- Club Manager, Dan Chapman, email@example.com (408) 268-8509
- Adult Tennis, Kathy Barnes firstname.lastname@example.org (408) 268-9556
- Jr. Tennis, Ravi Gill email@example.com (408) 666-RAVI
We provide a range of Tennis Lessons, Swimming Classes and Family Social Events in Almaden, San Jose.