Serving Warren County for over 40 years!  

The vision for this YMCA came from industrialist Ralph J. Stolle and land developer George Henkle, and they enlisted other community leaders to join them. Today, this YMCA serves Warren County's almost 215,000 residents and we have continually adapted our programming and renovated our building to meet the desires and needs of our community.  

Through all the decades, one thing that hasn’t changed is our mission to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

As the future unfolds we know that with our strength, flexibility, and enduring mission we will continue to serve our community in relevant ways for generations to come. 

An old film photo of Countryside YMCA shortly after construction, circa old picture of the Countryside YMCA building from aerial view.A somewhat recent picture of the Countryside YMCA building from a drone.


Renovations to our 1618 Deerfield Road building allow Before and Aftercare and preschool to move from Lebanon City Schools into this new location.

The Little Miami Learning Center licensed childcare, which is owned and operated by the Y, moves to a new location at Countryside YMCA | Maineville.
During our Makeover Madness Renovation, 40% of the building was renovated.
Otterbein Life Enrichment Center opens in Lebanon.
The Countryside YMCA | Landen location opens with more fitness options and amenities to better serve the Deerfield Township area.

The Y partners with Atrium Medical Center, and physical therapy and rehabilitation programs are now on site.
A significant expansion sees the creation of the Cardio Strength Center, Family Aquatic Center, Sports Arena, gym, and indoor track.
A remodeling creates our comfortable Stolle Center.
The Children's Center, our full-time child care program begins.
The Day Camp shelter opens.

Y members join in a mortgage-burning ceremony.
The Ralph J. Stolle Countryside YMCA opens its doors.

Groundbreaking for the initial 107,000 square foot building.

Fund raising campaign gets underway.
The Design and Building committee begins work.