Spend some time at Tom Watkins Park to play tennis! They also have an outdoor basketball court, picnic tables & grills, restrooms, open shelters, play equipment, and an 18-hole disc golf course.
Come play tennis at Silver Springs Park. The park also features a newly-updated swimming pool, playground, basketball courts, a ball field, picnic tables and grills, restrooms and a large pavilion.
Come play tennis at one of Springfield’s historic parks, Phelps Grove! Here you’ll also find playgrounds, a historic picnic pavilion, restrooms, picnic tables and grills, horseshoes, drinking fountain and a paved walking trail. The Perry Tennis Courts and the Waterwise (Xeriscape) Garden can be found just South of the Springfield Art Museum.
Enjoy some time playing tennis at Nichols Park on their lighted tennis courts! Here you can also find a lighted baseball field, pickleball courts, a soccer field, outdoor basketball courts, and a drinking fountain.
Looking for a quick escape? Try playing tennis at Jenny Lincoln Park, where you can also find a handicap accessible playground, picnic tables and grills.
Come play tennis at one of Springfield’s Ten Historic Parks, Grant Beach Park. Featuring a large swimming pool, playground, ballfield, basketball courts, tennis courts and restrooms. While you’re there, check out the Railroad Historical Museum, highlighting the history of the Frisco Railroad.
Gillenwaters has 12 lighted tennis courts, perfect for playing on a fall evening!
Enjoy the weather while playing tennis at Ewing Park! They also have a ballfield the Spokes BMX track, playground and picnic tables.
Looking for a number of activities in the middle of town? Visit Meador Sports Complex and Parks! Here you’ll find 5 lighted softball fields, a lighted baseball stadium, 2 lighted tennis courts and Pickleball courts. Meador Park includes swimming and wading pools, outdoor basketball courts, playground equipment, picnic tables, grills and a drinking fountain.