Adult Sports

The YMCA offers a variety of sports activities for adults. For more information see below:



Lap Swim



Water Exercise Class

Adult Noon Basketball

Players 18 years of age or older interested in playing some moderately competitive basketball are invited to play at the YMCA.
The players on the court organize the games. Monday through Friday, Noon - 1pm

Adult Lap Swim

Our 5-lane, 25 yard pool is available for lap swim throughout the week.
M-F 5:30am-8:25am and 11am-1pm Evenings and weekends vary, please check pool schedule


Pickleball is a fun game that is played on a badminton court with the net lowered to 34 inches at the center. It is played with a perforated plastic baseball (similar to a whiffle ball) and wood or composite paddles. It is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Join us!


We have two courts available throughout the day for members or non members with a day pass to play. Reserve a court up to one week in advance for up to two hours.

Challenge Court: Meet new players, challenge others to a match. Great chance to pick up new skills for beginner players.
Tuesdays, 5:00-7:00pm

Water exercise

Water exercise classes provide a total body workout using the resistance of the water. Support of the water allows little strain or jarring of the joints. Benefits include cardio-vascular endurance, muscle strengthening & flexibility. No swimming skills necessary.

H20X (Water Excercise) is a high-energy aerobic class, which can be done at your own pace.

Rusty Hinges is a gentle workout for people with arthritisor MS - American Arthritis Foundation approved.

Deep H20X is held in the deep end of the pool using "noodles" to aid in flotation while treading water.

FIT is the next level in the American Arthritis Foundation Classes, developed to utilize deep water to help manage pain, stiffness and fatigue.

Free for YMCA Members
$50 for a 10 visit punch card - available for non members.


For ages 6 - adult
Everyone from kindergarten through adult is invited to learn the Japanese self-defense sport of Judo. Beginner, intermediate and advanced are welcome to come learn basic holds, throws, break falls, safe falls, injury prevention and balance. There are tournament opportunities as students progress. Instructors: Colleen Bishop and Conley Janssen.

Class meets on Saturdays: 9:30am – Noon
Fall Session 1: September 9 - October 14
Fall Session 2: October 21 - December 2

Winter Session 1:
January 6 - February 10
Winter Session 2: February 17 - March 24
Winter/Spring Session 3: April 7 - May 12

Free for Y members
Community Members: $20/session - Youth ages 15 and under
$29/session - 16 & up