Waldo County YMCA Membership has Value

By Waldo County YMCA | Feb 07, 2014
Come by the Waldo County YMCA and ask how you can try the Y for free!

The Waldo County YMCA is here, day in and day out, to provide the support and resources necessary to make healthy choices, achieve your best and promote positive change in our community. With fitness and wellness programs and recreation and enrichment activities for children, youth and families, we’re committed to helping families learn, grow and thrive.

Serving families has always been at the heart of our Y. We are a place where everyone comes together to participate in opportunities to build stronger bonds, achieve greater work/life balance and become more involved with our community. Our YMCA serves children and adults on a daily basis.  The YMCA provides a wide range of activities to foster healthy, productive children including youth clubs, sports leagues, dances, and community service projects. All activities incorporate the YMCA Core Values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.


In February, 2014, the Y will celebrate its 13th anniversary of the opening of its facility in Belfast. The Tom and Sally Savage Pool Complex was added and opened in June 2009. Founded in 1977, the Y offers memberships, classes and programs to people from throughout Waldo County and beyond.



The Waldo County YMCA offers something for everyone…….


Climate Controlled Fitness Room  

Three Pool Complex

Indoor 1/12 Mile Walk/Jog Track

General Fitness Classes for all abilities

Locker & Shower Facilities

10,000 Square Ft. Gymnasium

Convenient Hours – 7 days per week

Aquatics Fitness Classes for all abilities


 Walk the track, swim in the pools, try a class!

The closer you look the better you will like us!


Membership at the Waldo County YMCA has tremendous value – ALL ANNUAL Members receive General Fitness Classes and Aquatics Fitness Classes at no additional cost! We also include no cost babysitting services with an advanced reservation.


See our website www.waldocountyymca.org

for additional information or stop by and ask how you can try the Y for free.

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