For more than six decades, the MacColl YMCA has been offering families top-notch programs such as childcare, swimming, and camping. The new two-story, 52,000-square-foot building includes a 25-yard lap pool, a family activity pool with a double loop waterslide and spray area, a full-court gymnasium with six half courts for basketball and other sports, and a 5,000-square-foot wellness center. It also features outdoor amenities such as hiking trails, outdoor group exercise pavilion, outdoor basketball courts, and a summertime aquatic campus. With its variety of activities and amenities, the MacColl YMCA is the perfect place for families to enjoy quality time together.
Adaptive programs are provided to give children with disabilities opportunities to participate in recreational activities. The YMCA will promote a safe, friendly, and supportive environment that will help individuals gain confidence, independence, and responsibility while socializing and working with others in a smaller class setting with additional staff. Parents and student aids are welcome to take part in programs.
For more than 160 years, the YMCA has nurtured potential and united communities across America to create lasting, meaningful change. Everything the Y does is in service of building a better us. One of the most effective ways to accomplish this is to teach youth, teens, and adults to swim, so they can stay safe around water and learn the skills they need to make swimming a lifelong pursuit for staying healthy.
Summer Camp ages 4-15
Children that attend one of the many outstanding day camps at the MacColl YMCA, 32 Breakneck Hill Road will enjoy a spectacular spray park while being supervised and instructed by a well-trained staff. Besides the spray park, MacColl YMCA, which is accredited by the American Camp Association, features a large community swimming pool that includes two water slides and an instructional pool for our younger campers. Staff members, many of whom are studying to become educators, are certified in CPR and first aid and are required to complete 16-hours of safety training before the start of camp.