November 1st, 2021

What is the AAPTC?

The Ann Arbor Platform Tennis Club (AAPTC) owns and maintains four courts on the property of the Huron Valley Tennis Club in the small community of Dixboro just outside Ann Arbor. We currently have about fifty members. AAPTC membership includes unlimited use of the platform tennis courts (with no additional charge), platform tennis warming hut, and participation in a variety of free programs, instructional sessions(may have a small charge), and social events. Huron Valley Tennis Club offers a small discount on their membership to AAPTC members. Most members have scheduled weekly games and much of the play is social. Members may also set up games outside of league play. Season typically starts mid October and lasts until late April, although some members do play all summer. 




  • Unlimited play without court charges, including use of warming hut and court heaters. 
  • Weekly leagues of varying ability levels. New players are rapidly placed into league play. 
  • Free potluck parties and open houses in our warming hut. – Play, eat, drink, and meet other paddle players!
  • *Free or small charge for instructional clinics. 
  • Lessons are available. Please contact Jody Linn at for more details.

Rates (2021-2022):

Please send check along with above forms to our address listed under Contact Us.( Paypal payment option coming this year.) 


FAMILY – $475

STUDENT – $175

SENIOR CITIZEN (65+) – $325

SENIOR FAMILY (65+) – $425


*Guests are welcome at our club but we ask you pay a small fee for them.

New Members Contact:

Jody Linn –

Karl Brenner –


at Huron Valley Tennis Club
3235 Cherry Hill Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI

Our courts are located adjacent to Huron Valley Tennis Club. It is located just a mile and a half from the US 23 Plymouth Rd exit. Turn right at the Dixboro General Store onto Cherry Hill Rd. The club is located on the right a few hundred yards down the road. Take the second entrance to Huron Valley Tennis Club. Our courts will be directly in front of you.

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