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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published June 24th 2011
Page Park is a small park just off the busy Cross Road. It can be a good spot to escape the everlasting Cross Road traffic, but it also boasts some good tennis courts.

The Page Park tennis courts are operated by the Fairmont tennis club, but they are still free to use for the public. There are five well maintained tennis courts, each available at certain times. As the courts are maintained by the Fairmont tennis club they are in a better condition than some free community tennis courts. These are great for the casual tennis player, because you don't need to worry about club fees, but can still have a hit of tennis occasionally. If you are wanting to try out the courts take notice that the Fairmont tennis club has priority to use the courts during these times:

Saturday 12pm till 4.30pm Courts 1 to 5
Sunday 12pm till 4.30pm Courts 1 to 3
Wednesday 10am till 4.30pm Courts 1-5

At all other times you are free to use any of the courts as long as they are not already being used.

This is also a good spot to let your dog roam around free. It is a dog exercise area from 5pm till 10am, and dogs can roam free off their leash. Because there is no playground at Page Park dog owners need to worry less about their dogs interfering with children's play. There are no facilities for cooking food, but there are some benches and plenty of space to set up a small picnic. Page Park also features a basketball hoop, great for basketball or netball players to practice shooting hoops.

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Why? Five tennis courts and plenty of open space
When: Park always open, tennis court availability varies
Where: Corner of Cross Road and East Avenue, Clarence Park, SA
Cost: Free
when are the available?
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