Fun Walks That Include A Game Of Tennis


Liven up your walk with a round of competitive tennis or simply play for fun. Either way, Aceify promises you great tennis coaching and a guaranteed cardio workout!

Walks We Recommend

1) Regent’s Canal, London
Walk along the beautiful canal, enjoy this tranquil haven amidst the busy city spanning from Little Venice, through to Camden and ending at the Docklands. Spot river wildlife and pass colourful boats, with narrowboat and kayaking options. Or pick up your racket and play a rally or two at Will to Win Regent’s Park, plenty of courts and floodlit availability.

2) Richmond Park, London
Richmond Park covers a staggering 2500 acres of National Nature Reserve. The landscape is home to deer conservation, ponds and spectacular gardens. Play a game of tennis with an Aceify coach at nearby tennis courts within Richmond, such as Cambridge Gardens and Richmond Lawn Tennis Club.

3) Hadrian’s Wall, Cumbria
Certified National Trail and UNESCO World Heritage site spanning over 80 miles of rolling countryside, located in Brampton, north-west Cumbria. View ancient forts, walls and barracks built by the Roman empire using 15,000 men. Walk through wild moorlands and take time out at local Cumbria tennis courts.


4) Lizard Peninsula Coast, Cornwall
The Lizard Peninsula stretches along the stunning coast and its fishing villages. Admire rare plant and wildlife, enjoy local gastronomy or take part in locally run water activities. Bring a pair of comfortable clothes and trainers, play at nearby tennis clubs in Cornwall, such as Boscawen Park and Perran Tennis.

5) West Highland Way, Glasgow
West Highland Way lies in Milngavie, Glasgow. Enjoy 96 miles of winding trails in surrounding in the wilderness and scenic Ben Nevis mountain views. With plenty of local courts, why not choose to unwind with a game of tennis in Glasgow’s parks.

6) Brecon Canal, Newport
If you’re looking for a great trek, look no further than Brecon Canal! This walk is adorned with postcard perfect scenery, enjoy the stone arched bridge over the canal, the old quarry face, kissing gates and the Allt-yr-yn Lock. Take care of winding, uneven paths and steep steps – we recommend a pair of comfortable trainers or hiking boots. Be a local and play at one of Newport’s tennis clubs, train with a coach and retire at a clubhouse.

7) Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland
Enjoy the Northumberland sea breeze, coastal views and its nearby fishing villages of Craster from 14th-century ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle and its twin-towers. Continue on this walk and don’t miss the picturesque limestone features by Greymare Rock. To end the day, why not settle down to a round of tennis? We’ve got some great tennis courts in Northumberland waiting for you.

8) Oxford City Walk, Oxford
Looking for a quick weekend away? Explore the historic town of Oxford, be in awe of the city’s charming architecture and enjoy plenty of food and drink! Oxford is also home to the famous 12th-century Oxford University, why not explore its 38 campuses? Escape the city buzz, visit one of Aceify’s tennis clubs in Oxfordshire.

9) Stonehenge, Wiltshire
The Stonehenge monument lies in the historic town of Wiltshire. Take a walk along The Avenue to visit these ancient stones, this famous walking route pre-dates more than 5000 years in age. Be in awe of the 13 feet high standing stones. After your visit, why not play a game on Wiltshire’s tennis courts.


10) Walberswick Nature Reserve, Suffolk
Walberswick Nature Reserve has a marked path for visitors, see the best of picturesque reserve views! Spot diverse habitat and rare wildlife along Walberswick’s marshes, lagoons and Suffolk’s coastal shingle beach. Continue enjoying country views, take your racket to tennis courts in Suffolk for a fun game!

These are all lovely walks we certainly couldn’t choose them apart and made better when paired with a game or two of tennis! Wouldn’t you agree?

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