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Miami - Kendalltown Tennis Center 10333 SW 76th St. Miami, FL 33173. Get Directions. Region South Miami; Total # Tennis Courts 9 # Lighted Courts 9

Kendalltown Park Tennis Center - USTA Florida

Kendalltown Park Tennis Center. 10333 SW 76th St. Miami. FL 33173, USA. (305) 279-4330.

Kendalltown Tennis Center - 9 Tennis Courts in Miami, FL

Kendalltown Tennis Center Tennis courts in Miami Florida 33173. 9 total tennis courts.

Kendalltown Tennis Center Tennis Courts in Miami, FL | Tennis ...

Tennis courts at Kendalltown Tennis Center in Miami, FL on an interactive map of all places to play tennis, tournaments, and coaches/teaching pros.

Kendalltown Tennis Courts in Miami, FL

Kendalltown is a public tennis facility located at 10333 SW 76th St, Miami, FL 33173. There are 9 public tennis courts at this tennis location. The tennis courts are lighted.

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Tennis - KendallTown Homeowners Association

Tennis. We have a pro and nine courts. Find out more or schedule a game! ... Your Email. Subject. Your Message. Send. KendallTown Homeowners Association, Inc. 10333 ...

KendallTown Homeowners Association

In addition to the nine tennis courts, pool, weight and exercise rooms and billiard room the Kendalltown community offers a number of special events, such as the Holiday Party, free or at very low cost to homeowners.

Kendall Tennis Training Center

Kendall Tennis Training Center. Exciting News... Completely New Website coming in the New Year!

Judge Arthur I. Snyder Tennis Center - North Miami Beach, FL

Judge Arthur I. Snyder Tennis Center. 16851 W Dixie Highway North Miami Beach, FL 33162. Contact Jimmy Bollettieri 305-919-0839

About Us - KendallTown Homeowners Association

The clubhouse and amenities – including a large L-shaped pool and 9 tennis courts – were built for a community that size. The first 5 phases were built. Then funds ran out in the recessive economy of that time, and Kendalltown’s developers sold of the remaining parcels.