Community Starts Here

Just like that daily cup of coffee, coming to the Stolle Center at Countryside  YMCA starts your day off right.  In the Stolle Center - our exclusive facility for those 50 and over -  members enjoy everything from fitness classes and warm water pool activities to social gatherings and day trips. Games, movies, and a comfortable poolside lounge provide even more entertainment.  Come grab a cup of coffee and enjoy life at the Y!



Stolle Center Pool. This pool is a 25-yard three-lane pool ranging from 3.5 to 5 feet deep located in the Stolle Center.  The water temperature is maintained between 86-88 degrees.  A hot tub is also available. A hydraulic assist chair is provided. Click here for the schedule.  

- A range of fitness programs provide a focus on improving health and wellness.  Activities include Pickleball, Gentle Pilates, Senior Strive Circuit Training, Walk Aerobics, and Zumba Basics to name a few. Countryside YMCA also offers numerous water fitness programs specifically designed for seniors in a private warm water pool.

- Daily social programming includes bridge games, movies, puzzles, and board games – all in a private access setting. There’s even an exclusive library to peruse.


"The Stolle Senior Center is outstanding. Everyone is so very nice and helpful. I love the 89 degree pool and two hot tubs."

 Linda Morgan  

"We travel full-time in an RV and visit YMCAs all over the country. This one tops the list! The Stolle Center is for 50+ adults which includes a community room with a free coffee bar, a workout room, two saunas & jacuzzi in the locker rooms and a co-ed pool & whirlpool. All for 50+ folks only! My husband now wants to move to Ohio."

Judith R.H.

"I love the Stolle Senior Center located in the Countryside YMCA. The staff is wonderful, the Y members are friendly and the water in the pool is warm."

 Rebecca Godfree


Stolle Center Hours of Operation 

Monday – Friday

5:00am –9:00pm


7:00am – 7:00pm


12:00pm – 6:00pm

How did the Stolle Center get its name?

The vision for this YMCA came from industrialist Ralph J. Stolle and land developer George Henkle. In 1995 when the Stolle Center was built we felt it was only fitting to name it after founder Ralph J. Stolle. More on the history of Countryside Y.

Still have questions?

If you need more information contact Julie Fennessey at 513 932 1424 ext 148.