Fun and fitness for the whole family
From birthday parties, exercise classes, adventures and more, the Y has everything you need to engage and entertain your family.
Unique seasonal fitness challenges, motivation programs and adventure races that keep kids physically active all year long.
Introduce your kids to fitness through high-energy, fun classes the whole family will love—choose from strength, cardio, dance, yoga and water exercise classes.
Plan a hassle-free birthday party at the Y. Choose from two- and three-hour options that include kid-approved activities and features.
Bring your kids to the Y while you work out and they’ll have a blast at Kids Stuff—and it’s free for members.
Parents Night Out events provide an opportunity for you to have an evening out, and for your children to have lots of fun with activities and games at the YMCA.
The Y supports several programs to help kids learn about and practice healthy behaviors like nutritious eating and physical exercise.
Family-friendly Fitness Center
The Fitness Center at each YMCA includes cardiovascular and strength training machines, stretching areas, free weights and staff ready to help you get the most from your workout.
So that families can have a safe workout at the Y, kids ages seven to 15 are encouraged to attend a youth orientation prior to using the fitness center. Members can attend a free orientation for families and youth that covers safe and age-appropriate fitness exercises and equipment. Sign up at the Member Services desk.
Youth and Family Fitness Cards
Kids and families can enjoy diverse workouts at the Y with family fitness cards and youth fitness cards. Every card outlines an entire workout, from warm-ups to cool down stretches, and is designed to last 20-30 minutes.
- Family fitness cards detail workouts for families with kids ages seven and up.
- Youth fitness cards are designed for members ages 10 and up who can workout at the Y without a parent or guardian.
- Abdominal Strength & Endurance #2
- Cardiovascular Endurance
- Muscle Strengthening
- Muscle Strengthening #2
- Strength Circuit