When you join the Edwardsville YMCA, you belong to a community of men, women and children who strive every day to be healthy, confident and connected. The Y is a place where adults connect with and make friends, pursue interests and learn how to live healthier. Children and teens play, learn who they are and what they can achieve, and are accepted. Parents find a safe, positive environment for their children to learn good values, social skills and behaviors. Communities thrive because neighbors support each other and give back. We all build relationships that further our sense of belonging and purpose. Because the Y is for everyone, we bring together parents and kids like no other organization. Children can begin learning a sport from a young age and hone their skills that can last a lifetime. Adults have the opportunity to try new things either for themselves or with their children. From family programs to game nights, the Y provides endless possibilities for families to spend quality time together. With the Y, you’re not just a member of a facility, you’re part of a cause. With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and giving back and supporting our neighbors, your membership gives you and your community the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.
A YMCA membership gives you so much more than access to our facilities!
The purchase of any membership with the Edwardsville YMCA has the same benefits and privileges at both locations.
Full Privilege/Fitness Center Membership Benefits
Basic Membership Benefits
Senior membership is offered at a discounted rate to those individuals ages 62 and over & another adult. A basic or fitness center membership may be purchased depending on the need. Seniors with dependent children and grandchildren must purchase a regular family membership.
Family membership is up to two adults and dependent children 18 and younger living in the same household. College students ages 19-23 may be included in the family if they are still residing with their parents. An additional non-dependent person living in the same residence may be added for an additional amount per month (Full Privilege). Verification of residency will be required.
The Edwardsville YMCA is proud to be a part of the YMCA's Nationawide. Your full privilege membership is now good at all participating YMCA’s across the United States. We offer this because we want to help you reach your health and wellness goals wherever you live, work or travel. This is an essential part of our mission to strengthen communities. To find a Y in another location, go to ymca.net. Click Here For A List Of IL & St. Louis YMCA Addresses & Phone Numbers
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WHAT LOCAL YMCA’S ARE PARTICIPATING?
Belvidere Family YMCA (Belvidere)
Bloomington-Normal YMCA (Bloomington)
Bob Freesen YMCA (Jacksonville)
B R Ryall YMCA (Glen Ellyn)
Canton Family YMCA (Canton)
Christian County YMCA (Taylorville)
Clinton Community YMCA (Clinton)
Danville Family YMCA (Danville)
Decatur Family YMCA (Decatur)
Dixon Family YMCA (Dixon)
Edwardsville YMCA (Edwardsville)
Fayette County YMCA (Vandalia)
Fox Valley YMCA (Plano)
Gateway Region YMCA (IL & MO)
Belleville (Downtown-Kern Center and East Belleville Y)
Clinton County (Breese)
Monroe County (Columbia)
Randolph County (Red Bud)
Tri-City (Granite City)
CMT: Collinsville, Maryville & Troy
MO: St. Louis Area (18 locations)
Carondelet Park Rec Complex
Downtown St. Louis
Edward Jones Family Y
Emerson Family Y
Four Rivers Family Y
Jefferson County Family Y
Kirkwood Family Y
Mid-County Family Y
Monsanto Family Y
O’Fallon Family Y
O’Fallon Park Rec Complex
South City Family Y
South County Family Y
St. Charles County Family Y
Tri-County Family Y
West County Family Y
Wildwood Family Y
Golden Corridor YMCA (Schaumburg)
Greater Joliet YMCA (Joliet)
Greater Peoria Family YMCA (Peoria)
Illinois Valley YMCA (Peru)
Kankakee Area YMCA (Kankakee)
Kishwaukee Family YMCA (Dekalb)
Knox County YMCA (Galesburg)
Mattoon Area YMCA (Mattoon)
Mercer County YMCA (Aledo)
North Suburban YMCA (Northbrook)
Ottawa YMCA (Ottawa)
PAV YMCA (Berwyn)
Springfield YMCA (Springfield)
Stateline YMCA (Beloit, Wi)
Stephens Family YMCA (Champaign)
Sterling-Rock Falls YMCA (Sterling)
Streator YMCA (Streator)
Two Rivers YMCA (Moline)
West Cook YMCA (Oak Park)
YMCA of Jefferson County (Mt Vernon)
YMCA of Kewanee (Kewanee)
YMCA of McDonough County (Macomb)
YMCA of Northwest Illinois (Freeport)
YMCA of Rock River Valley (Rockford)
YMCA of Warren County (Monmouth)
YMCA of West Central IL (Quincy)