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Branch Info
11409 State Road North Royalton, OH 44133
Branch Hours
Today's hours: 6am - 9pm

Upcoming Classes:

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Tai Chi

Group
Spirit, Mind, Body Room
Chris S.
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TRX Circuit (Bring a Mat)

Small Group Training
Spirit, Mind, Body Room
Denise
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Heavy Bag HIIT (Bring a Mat & Gloves)

Group
Main Studio
Angie

Why Choose the YMCA for Your Gym? 

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 North Royalton Family YMCA offers a swimming pool, personal training, playground, community garden, 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 track
Indoor swimming pool
Hot tub
Gymnasium
Group exercise classes
Day camp
Community garden
Child watch
Youth enrichment

Latest News:

Unified neighbors participate in cleanup day
Social Responsibility

Supporting your branch helps your community

Supporting your branch helps your community  Did you know the YMCA depends on member and funder contributions to exist? Membership fees alone do not cover all the costs of serving our community. 
Bubble Blast Race Photos
Healthy Living

Bubble Blast Run/Walk

Mission Moment: Bubble Blast Once again, the community turned out to support one of our branches! North Royalton Family YMCA hosted its fourth annual Bubble Blast Kathleen DePiero Memorial 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk on September 18.
Donor Photo Spotlight Kay C.
Social Responsibility

Donor Spotlight: Kay and Bob Cilimburg

Donor Spotlight: Kay and Bob Cilimburg Growing up near Niagara Falls, Kathryn “Kay” Cilimburg says the water has always been a part of daily life. As a child, Kay spent time participating in events and programs at both the YMCA and YWCA. Kay moved to Ohio to attend The College of Wooster, graduating in 1957.