Thousand Oaks Racquet Club Informative - Thousand Oaks Racquet and Fitness has limited services
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS -- The family feel that was long associated with Thousand Oaks Racquet Club is long gone, thanks to the recent acquistion of the property by the Blankenship family. These people have gone to great measures to limit the club hours, treat the members disrespectfully, and limit the services and areas available for use.
However, if you are a single person w/o children, and if you want a cheap place to be able to use the weight room, cycles, and swim, then this might be the place for you. The club is open very limited hours, like 7 to 7 M-Th and closes at 8 on Friday and Saturday. The outdoor pool closes 30 min. prior to the club's closing. There are VERY limited aerobic classes.
There are no indoor lounge areas and there is no longer a restaurant, salon or massage center on site. There are a few scattered pieces of patio furniture surrounding the pool.There are no lifeguards on duty in the outdoor pool until 11 AM and there are only TWO lifeguards on duty at a time.
The tennis courts are still great, but you must pay extra to use them.
In short, unless you are a tennis buff, there's not much reason for going to Thousand Oaks any longer. You'd be better off spending a few hundred dollars a year and going to a full service place like Lifetime Fitness or just working out in your apartment complex fitness room.