A multi-sport complex in Central Pennsylvania featuring climate controlled air-conditioned comfort and indirect lighting!


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The Summit’s Tennis philosophy is to make tennis both fun and affordable.

Tennis Court Time and Unlimited Player's Pass

The Summit offers an Unlimited Players Pass (UPP) which allows players unlimited court time.

$55/month for Summit Fitness Members

$60/month for Non-Summit Fitness Members

The Summit also offers a Junior UPP for elementary through college aged students.  Parent add-on is also available allowing the parent to work with the child on court.

$45/month for Junior UPP

$10/month Parent Add on to a Junior UPP

For more information on these options, please contact Denise Price at 814-946-1668 ext 104.

Junior Development Program 

The Summit Junior Development Program offers opportunities for all levels of junior players to advance their skills. Clinics usually start in November and run through the end of March. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced classes are offered at convenient after school times. League play is available for intermediate and advanced juniors in both singles and team competition; this will be scheduled by Brian and Amanda on a weekly basis.
For more tennis information and pricing, please call Tennis Pros Brian or Amanda Denis at 814-946-1668 ext. 111.


Brian and Amanda Denis


Brian Denis has been the Head Tennis Coach in the Hollidaysburg Area School District for the past 20 years, where he has amassed over 500 career wins, 14 District Team Championships, and more than 20 individual district champions.  A 1994 graduate of Altoona Area High School, he was a member of the Varsity Tennis team for 4 years where he played #1 singles and was team captain. Brian went on to star at Dickinson College where he was team captain, #1 singles, and NCAA Academic All-American. Brian, along with his wife Amanda, are the area's only USPTR certified professionals, and he is one of only a handful of teaching professionals in the state who have reached Level 2 status in PTR’s Merit Achievement Program.  Brian has had numerous tennis articles published over the years in national tennis magazines.



A 1992 graduate of Altoona Area High School, Amanda was a member of the Varsity Team where for years where she played #1. At Penn State Altoona, she played in the Commonwealth Tournament and won the number 1 flight in 1994. She volunteered her coaching services for the Altoona Area High School girl’s team during the 93 and 94 seasons. She served as assistant coach for the Altoona girl’s team in 1997. Amanda taught hundreds of children through her summer and winter programs with the Central Blair Park and Recreation. Amanda is a certified USPTR instructor.