Countryside YMCA is here to help you stay active this summer. We have activities for everyone that allow you to learn, stay fit, and enjoy yourself.
As summertime nears, you look for new and exciting ways to fill the hours when the kids are off school and you are bored with the same old schedule. A wide selection of YMCA activities is waiting for you. When you sign up for a membership at Countryside YMCA, you can take advantage of the amazing opportunities presented in the massive, state-of-the-art facilities.
What are you interested in? Swimming? Sports? Do you want something to energize your days or expand your interests, or are you looking for YMCA activities that can keep your children busy, learning, and having fun all summer long? Read on for just some of the ideas available to you.
No matter what your age or ability level, you can find an amazing summer activity at the Countryside YMCA for you.
We offer customized personal training programs with guidance from professionals who can help you lose weight, build muscle, or improve your sports performance. Group fitness activities go on in our gyms and state-of-the-art aquatic center.
Do you already love a particular sport or game and want to find someone new to play with? At the YMCA, you can stop by for a pickup basketball, handball, pickle ball, or Frisbee golf game on a convenient schedule.
Perhaps you would rather stay inside in the hot summer months and learn a new skill or develop an old favorite. We offer both adult and youth classes in dance, music, cooking, theater, and visual arts. These summertime activities help you explore your creative side and make something tangible you can take home with you to enjoy all year round.
Parents frequently look for interesting ways to keep their kids and teens busy during the summer months when they are not at school. At Countryside YMCA, programs abound for preschoolers through high schoolers.
One of the best ways to get your kids out of the house this summer is to get them involved in our aquatic programs. They are sure to enjoy getting to cool off in the water, while learning to swim and staying fit.
The Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) program offers a great way to bond with other women in the community. Kids and teens can take part in a variety of one-day or season-long classes, events, and summer camps. These range in interest from sports to STEM to crafts and performing arts.
If summer is your favorite time to improve yourself and your life, YMCA stands ready with a host of activities and educational opportunities for you to try. If you prefer staying at home or have transportation issues, consider adding involved in a virtual class or online training sessions.
Search our programs and activities to find the one that's right for you this summer.