For over 35 years, the Mission Valley YMCA has been devoted to providing families with the resources they need to become healthier in body, mind, and spirit. Our commitment to investing in the well-being of our children, our health, and our neighbors has helped to create a strong and vibrant community. Through our various programs, we strive to promote youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
The Mission Valley YMCA is a leading non-profit organization that has been dedicated to improving the lives of our community since 1981. We believe that by investing in our children, our health, and our neighbors, we can create a better future for us all. To that end, we offer a range of programs designed to foster youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. By coming together, we can build a stronger and healthier Mission Valley.
Your family can count on Mission Valley YMCA to ensure your child is having fun in a safe, nurturing environment. The Y offers single day, weekly and specialty camps to meet the needs of parents and match the interests of our campers.
At the Y, you’ll find a wide range of recreational and competitive team sports, and activities within a friendly, supportive environment that inspires healthy habits, mental, and physical wellness and opportunities to connect with others. These are only a few of the reasons why sports at the Y are so unique and fun!
Whether you miss suiting up or are new to team sports and recreation, the Y provides the perfect opportunity to start fresh or reconnect with a sport you love. Y sports and recreation are for all ages and include sports related activities like our welcoming adult and youth programs, shredding at our renowned skate parks, or playing the exciting game of pickleball! Choose the program that is right for you and get involved today.
Swimming is not only a well-known healthy activity that exercises the entire body —it is also a skill that can both save lives and enrich them. Learning how to swim and be comfortable in the water is just as important as learning how to look both ways before crossing a busy street, or knowing what to do in the event of a fire.