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Craigmillar Park Tennis Club

Located at Cameron Toll in Edinburgh, Craigmillar Park Tennis Club is an ideal place for everyone to play and practice tennis with views of Arthur’s Seat.


Social Play

There’s an active programme of social tennis at Craigmillar Park Tennis Club. Members enjoy playing together on Saturday afternoons throughout the year. These turn up and play sessions usually follow a mixed doubles format, and therefore allow all to play a few games.


All year, come rain, snow or shine you will find morning ladies social tennis every Tuesday and Friday. However,  in bad weather the Table Tennis table is set up in the clubhouse!  Also, the men are just as active with specific sessions every Monday and Thursday mornings.



Club Coach Graeme Soutar offers a range of group and private lessons for all ages. So if you want to work on your serve or backhand, Graeme will enable you to reach your goals.


Competitive Tennis

Like social tennis, Craigmillar Park Tennis Club offers an exciting programme of competitive play. Teams compete in the East of Scotland Lawn Tennis Association leagues. And also during the season, on the first Saturday of each month social tournaments take place for adult members.



Since Craigmillar Park Tennis Club has no joining fee or waiting list, becoming a member is easy. First time members receive a 50% discount on the first year’s fees. A number of membership options are available and adult membership costs just over £2 per week.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Artificial Grass: 4

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Clubhouse
Sharpdale Loan, Off Lady Road, Cameron Toll, Edinburgh, EH16 5PD
07973 179250

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