Las Vegas, home to Bally's Hotel & Casino

Whether you drive the coast, head inland or explore the Hawaiian Islands, there’s sure to be a picturesque court with your name on it—and plenty of outdoor adventure nearby. Here are some of the best places to sneak in a game as you explore the country’s western states.

Tennis may not be the first thing on your mind when you get to Vegas, but you can find championship caliber courts mere steps away from all those other diversions.

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Bally's, Las Vegas

  • Bally’s Las Vegas has the only tennis complex on the Las Vegas Strip, with eight courts open day and night. For time away from the neon, head out to Valley of Fire State Park to hike red Aztec sandstone peaks and check out ancient petroglyphs (rock art). Explore more trails and geological delights in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

Check out the other western states featured in the "Have Tennis, Will Travel" Series:

  • California
  • Texas
  • Colorado
  • Arizona
  • Hawaii