A member of the USTA, the Charbonneau Tennis Club is characterized as a top-notch facility with a friendly atmosphere. Members compete in club tournaments, USTA team competition, women or men's open social tennis, mixed doubles competition and several social events throughout the year.
The Club has 2 indoor courts and 2 lighted outdoor courts. In addition, the playing area has a high ceiling, excellent lighting, and baseline heating which is beneficial during the cold winter months. Court times may be booked 7 days in advance using the web based Tennis Booking System. In addition, members may book tennis lessons and clinics with our tennis pro Donna Roisom. Text or call Donna at 503-504-9970.
2020 Membership Dues:
- Resident (Single):
- $330.00 annually
- Resident (Family):
- $499.00 annually
- Non-Resident (Single):
- $395.00 annually
- Non-Resident (Family):
- $595.00 annually
The initiation fee for new members is $100.00
Memberships are on an annual basis. Dues are collected at the end of each year for the coming year. Membership applications received during the year are prorated. The number of members range from about 160 to 180.
Charbonneau residents can join anytime. Please fill out the (tennis application) bring it to the CCC office, along with a check for pro-rated dues, plus, the $100 initiation fee. We also need a digital picture of each member and can do this at time of sign-up. Click here for the 2020 tennis application.
Once your application is processed, you will be given a code to access the tennis facility and online booking system.
Our New Tennis Professional is Donna Roisom: 503-504-9970
As of 3/23/20: From Charbonneau Tennis Club Board, "Effective immediately, we are closing down the outdoor tennis courts until further notice. This is in response to Governor Brown's recent rulings."
New for Charbonneau Residents:
We have started a new type of membership that includes Tennis & Pickleball on our outdoor courts only.
Current Members: Click Here to go to Charbonneau Tennis Bookings Online
Charbonneau Tennis Club History: Click Here to Read Article by Mick Scott