Tennis courts are available for rental on a first-come, first-served basis for individuals and groups. All returning leagues and schools will have a priority of scheduling.
| Dineen Park - By Reservation Only
(4) lighted courts
|Lake Park - (5) lighted courts|
|Grant Park - (6) daylight courts||Madison Park - (4) daylight courts|
|Greene Park - (3) daylight courts||McKinley Park - (6) lighted courts|
|Hales Corners Park - (1) daylight court||Noyes Park - (3) daylight courts|
|Humboldt Park - (4) lighted courts||Rainbow Park - (3) daylight courts|
| Jackson Park - (3) lighted courts
Lights with Reservation Only
|Sheridan Park - (2) lighted courts|
| Kosciuszko Park - (5) lighted courts
Lights with Reservation Only
| Sherman Park - By Reservation Only
(6) daylight courts
|LaFollette Park - (3) daylight courts||Wilson Recreation Center - (2) daylight courts|
|Lake Park - (5) lighted courts||Zablocki Park - (5) daylight courts|
Individual & Group Single-Use Permits / League Permits
Individual and Group Single-Use Permits or League Permits will ensure access to specific courts within Milwaukee County and can be reserved in advance of your preferred date. Multiple permits can be issued per day. League applications must be turned in at least 30 days in advance and could have additional permit requirements. Returning leagues will have renewal rights for a specific period of time before courts are released for new leagues or individual/group single use. If individuals or groups are unable to complete an application 30 days in advance, they may consider a short-notice practice permit.
Short-notice practice permits may be requested by calling the Organized Sports Office at least 7 days in advance. Call (414) 257-8030
Permit Fees: Adult rate- $10/hour/court Youth rate- $5/hour/court
Tournament / Event Permits
Groups/Organizations looking to host tournaments/events utilizing Milwaukee County Parks athletic facilities must submit an application to the sports office. A tournament is defined as an athletic/sports competition which meets the criteria listed. End of league/season tournaments may be considered a tournament, for permitting purposes, and not a continuation of league play.
A tournament includes:
- Athletic/sports competition
- Bracketed or pool play (or other typical tournament format) designed to determine a winner(s)
- Open to the general public to participate/spectate
- Collection of fees prior to and/or day of event for participants and/or spectators
- Requires exclusive use of athletic fields/complexes
- Event infrastructure which includes tents, tables, chairs, goods and services vending, food and beverage sales/service, vendors and/or sponsors.
The sports office will make the final determination as to the classification of the activity. Tournaments are classified as “Athletic” permits. Tournament permits must be secured following the established athletic permit schedule, per season. Tournament fees will apply.
Tennis Court Permit Applications must be turned in at least 30 days in advance and will have additional permit requirements. Please visit the link below for rules, regulations and the application.