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Branch Info
5000 Mayfield Road Lyndhurst, OH 44124
Branch Hours
Today's hours: 6am – 9pm

Upcoming Classes:

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Body Hula Hooping

Group
Lilth
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Bootcamp

Sami
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Cycle

Cycle Studio
Douglas D

Why Choose the YMCA?

The YMCA isn’t your typical gym. Not only do our locations offer fitness centers with first-rate amenities, but the Y takes the next step, serving as a family-friendly community center too. Unlike your standard gym, we are a non-profit cause-driven organization, committed to strengthening communities. We achieve this through camps, afterschool programs, substance abuse treatment, and more.

 

The Hillcrest Family YMCA offers an indoor swimming pool with swim lessons, child watch, fitness center, and so much more. Interested in becoming a member? Join today!

Amenities at this location

Want to see more of our facility? Visit us today for a personalized tour!
Adaptive programs
Teen programs
Swim lessons
Strength/cardio equipment
Playground
Personal training
Indoor swimming pool
Gymnasium
Group exercise classes
Child watch
Youth enrichment
Community health
YMCA360: Virtual Wellness Platform

Latest News:

NEW YMCA360 App!
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Have you downloaded our new app yet?

We have a new app! If you haven’t already, please download it as the old app (Universal app) will be discontinued March 31. Download the new free “YMCA360” app today available on the App Store or Google Play store. 
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Preschool and Y-Club early registration opens April

As a valued member of the YMCA community, we're excited to offer you early registration for our esteemed preschool and Y-Club (before and after school care) programs. Whether you're exploring these opportunities for the first time or returning for another enriching experience, mark your calendars because early registration opens on April 1st, exclusively for Y members.
Female YMCA staff in blue shirts teaching children
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Teens learn life skills when they work at the YMCA

In a recent analysis conducted by the Pew Research Center, utilizing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it was revealed that over six million teenagers across the United States—representing 36.6% of the teen population—were engaged in paid employment, marking the highest rate observed since 2008.