YWCA Facilities

From racquetball courts to aerobics rooms, our facilities provide fitness opportunities for everyone.

Bring about meaningful change in yourself and in your community. 

Our Facilities

When you go to your local YWCA, you aren’t just improving your health—you’re helping your community. A portion of our fees goes toward supporting and promoting health equity and furthering our mission of empowering women and eliminating racism.

There’s something for everyone at the YWCA. Check out what fitness facilities we offer—FREE to anyone with a Rec Pass! Request your membership today.

Aerobic Rooms

With three separate aerobic/dance rooms and a dedicated spin room, we have plenty of space to offer fitness classes, including

  • Zumba
  • Step
  • Pilates
  • Spin
  • Body sculpting
  • Yoga—gentle, meditative, fit, and more
Cardio Equipment

If you’re looking for a variety of cardio equipment, you’ve come to the right place. Our equipment includes:

  • 7 treadmills (6 Matrix, 1 Stairmaster, 3 True)
  • 6 elliptical trainers (2 Matrix, 4 Octane, 2 True)*
  • 3 True upright bikes
  • 5 recumbent bikes (3 Stairmaster, 1 Life Cycle, 1 Star Trac)
  • 2 Concept II rowers
  • 1 Nexstep sit-down stepper
  • 1 Stairmaster stepper
Circuit Training

Circuit training is a form of body conditioning that involves endurance training, resistance training, high-intensity aerobics, and exercises performed in a circuit. Did you know you can create your own circuit at the YWCA? Machines labeled with green numbers 1–8 are core and upper body exercises, and machines labeled with green letters A–D are lower body exercises.

Fitness Center

Whether you come for a stroll on the treadmill or personalized circuit training, our award-winning fitness center has everything you need:

  • 6,500 square feet of state-of-the-art cardio and weight-lifting equipment
  • A wide array of stationary machines
  • A large free-weights area featuring dumbbells ranging from 3 to 120 pounds
  • Ample plates, racks, benches, and lifting stations to avoid backups

At the end of your workout, head down to the aquatics center to soak in our whirlpool.

Free Weights


  • 6,500 square feet of state-of-the-art weight-lifting equipment
  • A wide array of stationary machines
  • A large free-weights area featuring dumbbells ranging from 3 to 120 pounds
  • Ample plates, racks, benches, and lifting stations to avoid backups



Our gymnasium sees constant action. With pick-up basketball at lunchtime and evenings several times per week, enthusiasts can always find a game. Our easy-to-set-up volleyball standards offer quality pick-up play many weekend mornings. Children and adults take advantage of our many sports programs including floor hockey and gymnastics.

A removable divider wall separates the gym into halves. This allows a portion of the gym to be available for general member use while other sports programs are running.

Free access with Rec Pass

Racquetball Courts

Our 2 racquetball courts are the only courts in the county open to the public. Available by appointment, these recently refurbished courts offer hours of healthy, exciting fun. These courts may be used for Wallyball as well.

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Improve your health by joining the YWCA today. Submit a contact form and we will be in touch.

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Fitness Facility Rules

As a non-profit organization, it is the responsibility of both staff and members alike to take care of our equipment. We ask that you take ownership of your workout space. Our facility rules are designed for the safety and comfort of all our members. If we work together to enforce the rules, the YWCA fitness facility will continue to be the great place that it is!

The YWCA does not have a mask requirement, and the decision to wear a mask is up to each person’s comfort level. If you would like to wear a mask but do not have one, we will be happy to provide you with one at the front desk.

  • Your picture ID may be requested at any time.
  • Proper family gym attire is REQUIRED, as are closed-toe athletic shoes.
  • The minimum age to enter the fitness center is 16; however, 13-15-year-olds may use the facility if they have completed the Youth Basic Training program.
  • Be considerate and courteous to other members.
  • Put trash in its proper place.
  • Do not move equipment.
  • When lifting free weights, a spotter is recommended.
  • Return all plates and dumbbells to the appropriate area after use.
  • When using machines with weight stacks, set weights down gently (they will break).
  • Wipe down equipment before and after use.
  • Put magazines and racks where they belong.
  • Do not drop or throw weights.
  • Do not set dumbbells on benches.
  • Do not throw chalk on the floor.
  • If you notice someone abusing the equipment, notify a staff member immediately.
  • If you notice something is wrong with the equipment, notify a staff member immediately.
  • Cell phone usage is prohibited in fitness facilities among the equipment and the locker rooms.

If you have any questions, ask a staff member for assistance. Failure to follow these rules may result in the suspension of your Rec Pass. Have fun, but be safe!

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