Top 100 Tennis Resorts and Camps Rankings
Results have been compiled from evaluations submitted by tennis vacationers themselves – avid players who average more than 100 days per year on court and frequent travelers. These elite reviewers not only have first-hand experience of the resorts and camps they rate, but also possess a highly-refined sense of what makes a tennis resort or camp great. It is their collective wisdom and judgment that underpin these Top 100 rankings and thus assure their credibility.
Wintergreen Resort of Wintergreen, VA. has earned a Gold Medal Resort award as one of Tennis Resorts Online “Top 25 Tennis Resorts and Tennis Camps for 2015.” (Ranked #17.) The resort has appeared among the top 30 tennis resorts in the country since the inception of the rankings in 2000.
In addition, the Wintergreen Tennis Academy was named among the “Top 25 Tennis Camps” for the 12th consecutive year. Set in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains Wintergreen is a popular four season destination for all ages, with tennis being just one of many activities and offerings.
Number five in the world is Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort. With 23 Har-Tru courts, the resort boasts adult and junior camp packages, ladies and couples retreats, events, tournaments and game-arranging to accommodate tennis enthusiasts of all levels.
While taking a break from tennis, guests can revel in the island’s many luxurious amenities, including 54 holes of championship quality golf, a 13,000 sq. ft. salon and spa, world-class fitness center, and a pristine beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami made a significant jump in the rankings, going from a silver medal resort in 2014 to #18 in the world on the 2015 list.
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