Camp GO! Letchworth Tennis Club

Camp Name

Camp GO! Letchworth Tennis Club

Letchworth Sports and Tennis Club is a 12-court tennis club situated in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. It has 3 indoor courts, 4 outdoor carpet, 3 artificial clay and 1 hard court which are all floodlit. The club also has a gym, cafe/bar and squash courts and is the perfect location for a holiday kids camp. 

- Camp Name: Camp GO! Multi-Sports

- Camp Location: Letchworth Sports and Tennis Club, Muddy Lane, Letchworth, SG6 3TB

- Age Groups: 5 years - 12 years

- Dates/Timings: 

DATES:      Mon 25th July to Fri 26th August
   SESSION:         Early Drop Off        TIMES:        8.30am - 9am       £3.50  
SESSION: Morning TIMES: 9am - 12pm £16
SESSION: Afternoon TIMES: 1pm - 4pm £16
SESSION: Full Day TIMES: 9am - 4pm £32
       Please Note: This camp does NOT run between August 8th - 12th       
Book a full week of morning/afternoon and receive 5% discount
Book a full week of full day and receive 10% discount

We are currently waiting for our Ofsted registration for this venue. When completed we will be able to accept Childcare Vouchers and Tax Free Childcare payments

The primary activity that our campers will do is Tennis, however during the course of the morning other activities such as football, dodgeball, hockey, kwik cricket, athletic games and fun team activities will take place. 

Over the course of the week, the campers will get coached on all elements of the tennis game. From groundstrokes to serving and also gameplay and matches. 



8.30 - 9.00am

Early Drop Off sign in and registration

8.30- 9.00am

Structured free play for Early Drop Off participants

9.00 - 9.10am

Morning sign in and registration

9.10 – 9.15am

Daily briefing to go over activities and rules

9.15 - 10.00am

Activity 1 - Tennis Teaching

10.00 - 10.10am


10.10 - 10.40am

Activity 2 - Additional Sport/Games

10.40 - 10.50am


10.50 - 11.30am

Activity 3 - Tennis Teaching

11.30 - 11.50am

Fun Tennis Games

11.50 - 12.00pm

Pack away and get ready for collection

In some circumstances, the campers may be offered the choice of activities available to them. This can be deendant on the number of campers attending along with the age range


The Camp GO Pillars are the 5 key princples that we believe are most important when learning and playing sport. These 5 Pillars stand as the benchmark for anyone taking part in a DRH Sports activity. We firmly believe that playing sport can be one of the best ways to learn important life skills, helping young people develop the tools needed to achieve their goals and also deal with challenges. Each day at Camp GO is based around a different pillar. They are:

Dedication - Fairplay - Leadership - Respect - Teamwork