New Hampshire's Premier Outdoor Tennis Club
Celebrating over 100 Years!
"Now join as a member or associate"

The Bow Brook Tennis Club, founded in 1912, is a nonprofit tennis facility with two professionally maintained red clay courts next to Concord High School at 144 Warren Street, Concord, New Hampshire.  The courts are natural red clay. The club is open year round. The outdoor tennis season runs from  about April 15 until the snow flies. We have  a limited number of members so it is infrequent that a member has to wait for court time.

The gem of the Club, however, is the clubhouse that has its own gymnasium.  During the Winter months, members play basketball, badminton and pickleball.  Of course, they also hang around and watch various sporting events. It is a great place for a rainy day and the kids are bouncing off the walls.  
The club house is not fancy but provides a place to relax before and after matches with locker room, bathroom and showers. There is a comfortable sitting area and a flat-screen HD TV. 

For the first time in 2016, one may join as a member or as an associate.  An associate has all of the rights and privileges or a member except that of an ownership stake and voting privileges in the Club.  See details on the Join Us page.  All applicants must be at least 18 years of age.  Whether a member or an associate, one is entitled to unlimited court time and to play by immediate family members at no additional charge.  Access to the courts is on a first come, first served basis.  No reservations are required. 

The Club welcomes and encourages more female participation.  The focus of the Club has been, and remains, the love of tennis.

Bow Brook Club holds the City Mixed Doubles, the City Father & Son Tournament and the Concord City Men's "A" & "B" Tournaments each summer. Check out the tournament page.

The Club is governed by an executive Board, four officers (president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary) and eight board members. All are volunteer positions.