Windridge Tennis Camps were chosen by Tennis Magazine as
"one of the top ten tennis camps in the United States."
Windridge Tennis & Sports Camps were founded in 1968 by Alden Bryan and Ted Hoehn. Alden Bryan, who died in February 2001, played tennis at Harvard and was a renowned landscape painter. Ted Hoehn, who is the founder and owner, played tennis for the University of North Carolina and has been nationally ranked in a number of categories.
The first Windridge Tennis Camp was located in Jeffersonville, Vermont. Other camp locations have been in Craftsbury Common and Sugarbush. Teela-Wooket in Roxbury, VT was purchased in 1986 and is home of Windridge Tennis & Sports Camp.