Cedar Creek Racquet Club’s setting is truly second to none, and our facilities are unmatched on the Highlands-Cashiers plateau. With 5 Har-Tru clay courts and 1 all-weather/pickleball court placed strategically amongst 43 acres of a lakeside landscape with gorgeous mountain views, it’s hard not to be inspired out here. 

Tennis

The game of tennis has a rich history here at Cedar Creek Racquet Club. Through the years, we have been honored to host a few of the greats, like Fred Stolle, Rod Laver and Tim Wilkison. Cedar Creek has also been named one of the top twenty tennis facilities in the country by World Tennis Magazine.

USTA Professional Chris Todd leads his Athletics staff in maintaining one focus: customer service. They enjoy creating matches for members and guests, providing solid instruction to always improve your game and assisting with whatever tennis-related issues you may have.

  • Special Events: Numerous events are on the roster throughout the season, including: Davis Cup/Fed Cup Event, Interclub Tennis Socials twice monthly, Men’s and Women’s Invitationals, Adult and Junior USTA Tournaments, Member-Guest weekends and more. We’d love for you to come and be a part of it.
  • Lessons & Programs: Need to polish up your skills before you hit the court? Chris and his staff will be happy to help. They offer Stroke-of-the-Week clinics, junior clinics and private instruction for all ability levels, as well High Performance Kids Tennis Camps during the summer.

Cedar Creek has plenty to offer any tennis enthusiast. We invite you to come and experience it all with us!

Pickleball

This paddle sport has been sweeping the nation and Cedar Creek! It's perfect for all ages and skill levels with simple rules that are easy to learn. Designed for 2, 3 or 4 players, this fun sport combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.

This isn't just a new way to pass an afternoon, though. Any game can quickly develop into a quick, fast-paced, competition for experienced players.  

In 2017, Cedar Creek converted one of its tennis courts into a year-round pickleball court. Now you, too, can get it on the craze.