The Laureate Park tennis/pickleball courts are located at the corner of Nemours Parkway & Upper Harden Avenue.
Tennis Court Rules:
Tennis Court Rules:
- A reservation, via the Lake Nona App, is required for court use. Please see the home page for Lake Nona App instructions.
- Once reserved, you will receive an additional email an hour prior to your reservation time with the gate code. Please contact Artemis Lifestyles at firstname.lastname@example.org, for any issues with the gate code.
- Use of tennis courts is at your own risk
- Court hours are from 7am - 7pm
- Courts are for tennis/pickleball play only
- Guests must be accompanied by a resident
- No person under 16 is permitted without an adult
- Only tennis shoes are allowed on the court (no black soles)
- No food, glass containers or alcoholic beverages in the court area
- No pets are allowed in the court area
- No roller blades, skateboards or bicycles
- Do not abuse net or other equipment
- Management is not responsible for any accidents or injuries while using this facility
- Court 2 can be reserved for Tennis or Pickleball play
- Advanced reservations are required and are limited to 90 minutes. Each resident is only allowed 1 reservation per day and 3 reservations per week.
- Reservations can be made up until 10 minutes before the scheduled time. Walkups are only allowed if an already reserved court is not used after 15 minutes of the reservation.
- Reservation end time is a hard stop whether the game has ended or not.
- All cancellations must be made at least 10 mins in advance of the reserved time slot start
- No shows will count towards the weekly amount
- If play has not begun within 15 minutes of the reservation start time, the reservation is forfeited and a walk-up can take the reservation until the next reservation players arrive.
- Residents will be participating at their own risk and are encouraged to take appropriate measures to protect themselves, including following social distancing standards. High-risk individuals are encouraged to avoid crowds and other situations that may put them at risk.
- A current resident may use the court to have a professional instructor teach them one on one. Group classes/instructions are not allowed.