Wildwood Racquet Club was founded in 1972 by local businessman and investor L.W. “Bill” Dailey Jr. Wildwood expanded several years later from its original eight indoor courts to the present twelve courts.
Wildwood has twelve indoor courts with the Laykold surface. The color scheme mirrors the US Open series with blue courts bordered by medium green. There are four outdoor courts that are lit and available for evening play during the summer.
Other amenities include a fitness center managed by Catalyst Fitness. State of the art equipment is available to our members at no additional cost.
The Courtside is a great meeting place after your match or workout. The Courtside is open each evening Monday-Thursday from 7:00-11:00 pm and is available for private parties for members and non-members alike.
Community Service and Wildwood Racquet Club
Wildwood is deeply committed to community service as one of its guiding principles. For the past 16 years we have been involved with the Vera Bradley Classic, the Midwest’s premiere women’s golf and tennis tournament benefiting breast cancer research and education (see www.verabradley.org).
In addition, our managers and professionals have been involved with several local and regional charities including:
» Parkview Foundation’s Autumn Slam benefiting the Ronald McDonald House
» The Lymphoma and Leukemia Society’s Tennis Ball
» Ft. Wayne Sports Corporation’s Lifetime Sports Academy
» USTA National Junior Tennis League
» Pathway’s Tennis Jamboree benefiting at-risk children
As an organization Wildwood has been recognized for its charitable work:
» USPTA Midwest Charity of the Year (over $ 10,000) - 2003
» USTA Midwest Organization of the Year - 1995
» Special Recognition, Ft. Wayne Sports Corporation - 1998