KJTC uses 6 outdoor hard courts along with the 6 state-of-the-art indoor hard courts at the Alexis Boss Tennis Center & Alan Gordon Pavilion, the 2004 USTA College Tennis Center of the Year.
All attending campers must fully complete our medical form before participating at camp. Minor illness or accidents will be evaluated by the camp director and staff. Sick or injured campers will be treated promptly at the Mary Hitchcock Medical Center.
We have been assigned to the Richardson Dorm, which has double and triple rooms. Please follow the directions below. Please note. The camp mailing address of 24 College Hill is NOT the address for the Dorm.
FROM BOSTON: Take I-93 North to I-89 North in Concord, NH. Take NH exit 18. Bear right off the next onto Rt. 120 North into Hanover. Stay to the right at the 5th traffic light. (There is a Mobil Gas Station on the right.) Turn left onto East Wheelock Street/NH-10. Turn right up the hill onto Observatory Road (across from the tennis courts). Turn left at the top of the hill. Richardson Dorm will be the three-story brick building on the right.
FROM NEW YORK: Take I-91 North. Take VT exit 13. Bear right off the exit onto Rt. 10A East crossing into NH. After seeing the Dartmouth Green on your left, turn left up the hill onto Observatory Road (across from the tennis courts). Turn left at the top of the hill. Richardson Dorm will be the three-story brick building on the right. Campus maps available online at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~maps/campus
Transportation/Dartmouth Coach Bus
If you are traveling from the Boston or New York City areas please take note of the Dartmouth Coach bus. The Dartmouth Coach offers convenient daily travel from Boston Logan Airport and NYC on a daily basis. The bus station at Dartmouth is 3 blocks from our dorm and camp check in. If traveling alone and arriving near check in time, a staff member can meet them at the bus and we can escort them to the bus after check out. The bus is clean, affordable and runs multiple times a day. Please see their website for schedules:
Team Tennis: Team tennis teaches team play, an essential skill tennis players often neglect to develop because of the individual nature of the sport. Learning to play as a member of a team is necessary for students who wish to compete at the club, high school, or college level.
Daily Schedule *
|9:00am||Meet at courts. Run and Stretch|
|9:15am||Meet at courts. Run and Stretch|
|10:00am||Morning Program: Lecture, Drills, Games, Break|
|2:00pm||Afternoon Program: Lecture, Drills, Team Tennis Competition, Games, Soccer (mid-week), Free Time|
|6:00pm||Evening Program: Drills, Team Tennis Competition, Games, Free Time|
|8:30pm||Check-in for both Boarding and Non-boarding campers at the dorm|
|8:45pm||Evening Activity: Team Tennis Trivia, Team Tennis Skit Night, Free Time, early to bed, etc.|
|9:00pm||Non-boarding campers depart after last evening activity. Pick up at dorm.|