Recreation Area

Green Hill Civic Association offers tennis courts, a bocce court, a horseshoe pit, and an open area for picnics or spectators. The Recreational Area is located towards the lower end of Green Hill Beach Road and sits between Green Hill Beach Road and Rosebriar Avenue.

There is an entrance and limited parking area on the Green Hill Beach Road side, as well as a secluded walk-up entrance on the Rosebriar Avenue side.

Tennis Courts

Two tennis courts, owned and maintained by the GHCA, are also located on lower Green Hill Beach Road, roughly opposite the boat launch.  Use of the courts is open to all current members of the GHCA who have paid their membership dues and have also joined the Tennis group. 

An additional fee is assessed for Tennis membership, and is used to defray the costs of maintaining the courts, their grounds and fencing, regular resurfacing, and the limited parking available in the graveled area along Green Hill Beach Road. 

In addition to individual at-will access, the Tennis group sponsors regular round-robin play (singles and doubles) two days per weekend and hosts two social gatherings each summer.  Members of GHCA may join the Tennis group by contacting representatives of the Tennis Committee.

Pickle Ball has become very popular and is offered to all GHCA members during on Saturday mornings during the summer season.

Bocce Court

In 2020, a regulation size bocce court was added to the GHCA Recreation Area. Bocce balls are available in the shed, which is located in the Recreation Area. After each use, members are asked to maintain the area by raking down the court when you are done.

The GHCA holds weekend bocce tournament throughout the season. Make sure to check the GHCA calendar for upcoming tournament dates.

Horeshoe Pit

Adjacent to the new bocce court is a regulation size horseshoe pit. Horseshoes can be found in the shed, which is located in the Recreational Area.

We are looking forward to having our first horseshoe tournament in the summer of 2021!

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