Just coming for the day? Day passes are required for access to the YMCA property and amenities. We consider this our “ticket” onto our site. Our day passes are $20 per adult (13+), $10 per child (6-12) and free for children 5 and under. You can purchase day passes at the Administration Building or Program Building. Day pass users must come to the Program Building to inquire about availability for our various activities that require reservations. We do not make reservations for day pass users in advance.
Day passes include access to: Mini golf course, indoor pool, tennis courts, hiking and biking trails, reservoir fishing, craft shop (crafts range $1-$25), program lawn games, the library, and the Kiva recreation center (roller skating, volleyball, basketball, badminton, tennis, pool, ping pong etc.).
If you have a group of 8 or more people who would like to sign up for an activity such as archery, climbing wall, guided hikes, ropes courses, zip line and private pool sessions, we highly recommend that you fill out the Group Activities Request Form and submit the form via email. We recommend that reunion parties submit a group activity request form to ensure activities for their stay with us.
Reservations are required for the climbing wall, archery, summer tubing hill, canoeing, meet a fisherman class and zip line, and can be made here. Guests coming to stay on site may make reservations up to two weeks prior to their arrival date. Guests receive their first summer tubing hill session for FREE!
Day Pass and Guest Pass wristbands must be worn or presented to program staff to participate in an activity.
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