Marguerite Tennis Pavilion
The City of Mission Viejo will reopen the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion on Friday, May 8 with stringent COVID-19 guidelines set in place by the CDC, Orange County Health Care Agency and United States Tennis Association.
As the facility reopens, the City is requiring patrons to become familiar with the new process for making reservations and registering for lessons. This first phase of reopening is only for singles play and private lessons.
The Level 6 USTA Junior Satellite Tournament originally scheduled for July 28 has been moved to November 3 at the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion.
Led by Mission Viejo Tennis Coach John Sangeraphynsiri and City Coordinator Sam Cho, the tournament is designed to increase programming for junior tennis players.
Tennis enthusiasts from across Southern California will flock to the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion October 18-20 for the second annual Girls’ Junior Tennis Classic – The Marguerite, a CIF-sanctioned event.
The Marguerite will feature the top 32 singles and 32 doubles entries from Southern, San Diego, Los Angeles and Central CIF sections. The players are ages 14-19, and each section is guaranteed placements in the draw. Selections are based on high school dual-match results, UTR and SCTA rankings.
Have you ever wanted to be a secret agent? Now’s your chance to set out on exciting new missions throughout Mission Viejo!
Five new missions were recently launched on a free app called Agents of Discovery. Simply download the augmented reality educational app on your mobile device and conquer each unique mission to become a top-secret discovery agent.
Ready for a fun, social and competitive summer? Sign up for the 6-week Summer Women's Continuation League on tap June 11 through July 23.
Get ready to lace up your tennis shoes and hit the courts, because the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion is hosting a new eight-week Men’s Summer Doubles League from May 16 through July 11.
This social, competitive league features a round-robin doubles format for 3.5 to 4.5 players. The unique tourney bases matches on individual results, and player partners will be rotated after each set to make for a constant challenge.
Take a spin on a new spin bike at the Montanoso Recreation Center or swing a racquet at the Felipe Tennis Center or Marguerite Tennis Pavilion. With Mission Viejo Recreation Center memberships starting at only $25 a month, you can enjoy fitness at your own pace, make new friends and fulfill those 2018 resolutions.
Catering to all fitness levels and personal styles, the centers offer more than 40 classes a week including the latest fee-based classes such as Spin, TRX and Barre.
Lace up your tennis shoes, grab your racket and head to the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion for the 2018 Wednesday Night Tennis (WNT) 4.0+ round-robin league.
Mission Viejo’s Marguerite Tennis Pavilion was recognized today as the top Public Facility of the Year by the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR), a global organization of tennis teaching professionals with more than 16,000 members in 125 countries.
The award was presented during the 2018 PTR International Tennis Symposium in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.