Hosted by the Bucks County Tennis Association, Inc.
July 22–24, 2022
The National Public Parks Tennis Championships (NPPTC) are supported by the Bucks County Tourism Grant Program and include a player picnic/reception on Saturday and a free T-shirt to the first 500 registrations. The tournament’s 99th anniversary celebrates the first time the event returns to the Philadelphia area since 1926. Primary play sites are Core Creek Park (Langhorne, PA), Council Rock North H.S. (Newtown, PA) and Frosty Hollow Tennis Center (Levittown, PA).
Enjoy the competitive tennis as well as numerous historic, cultural, and tourism sites available in beautiful Bucks County. Various skill level tournament events for area residents as well as visitors include:
- The 20th Annual BCTA Jr. Classic: USTA-sanctioned Boys’ and Girls’ 14s, 16s and 18s age divisions
· A Level 5 Open Adult Prize Money tournament for Men’s and Women’s Singles and Mixed Doubles · Additional NTRP 18-and-over divisions:
- Carol White Combo Women’s Doubles: 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0 divisions (a portion of entry fee will be donated to the BCTA Carol White Scholarship Fund for youth who cannot afford the nonprofit’s county-wide tennis programs and to breast cancer research)
- Combo Men’s Doubles: 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0 divisions
- Men’s Singles: 3.5 and 4.0 divisions
- Women’s Singles: 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 divisions
- The biannual novice-level BCTA Team Tennis Challenge (invitational event) Links to tournaments and area information:
Visit the 2022 NPPTC tournament web page at publicparkchampionships.com for more tournament, lodging and registration details and auxiliary happenings including:
- Bucks County Tennis Trail—“The Road to the NPPTC”—visit Bucks County public park tennis sites and earn a free NPPTC T-shirt
- 2022 Eugene L. Scott Renaissance Award honoring tennis legend Billie Jean King
- International Tennis Hall of Fame Exhibit recognizing the Original 9 who started the women’s professional tennis tours (in honor of BJK and the 50th anniversary of Title IX)—open free to the public at Bucks County
Community College in Newtown.