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Membership

Join the YMCA!

Membership

Join the YMCA!

Frequently Asked Questions

About Membership

Yes! You can put your membership on hold for up to 4 months, with 30 days’ notice. Medical holds are available at any time, just speak with Membership Services.

All first time YMCA visits are complimentary! Simply present your photo ID. Returning visitors must pay for a Day Pass. All prices are subject to HST.

Sudbury:

  • Youth $6
  • Young Adult $8
  • Senior $10
  • Adult $12
  • Family Swim Pass $15

North Bay:

  • Youth $6
  • Adult $12
  • Family $20

Joining fees are collected and go towards maintaining our facilities to provide the best possible service for our members.

All YMCAs in Canada provide guest privileges to members of other YMCAs in the equivalent membership category, regardless of fee equivalency. It is to be understood however that each YMCA may limit the number of visits planned.

A Family Membership includes 2 adults and up to 3 children.

Day passes are available and priced per age category. Day passes are good for the day of purchase. Re-entry requires proof of purchase (receipt). Day pass expires at time of closing on day of purchase.

Yes, 30 days’ notice must be provided. Please visit Membership Services to cancel your membership.

About Programs

One of our Membership Services representatives will be able to walk you through our available programs and help you sign up!

A YMCA membership gives you access to 3 registered programs and any drop-in programs. For youth memberships this includes 1 swim lesson per week and 2 dry land programs.

For children under 3 you are required to either assist or remain in program with your child. From 3-9, you simply need to sign your child in and out of program and remain in the building while your child is in program. Once a child turns 10 they can sign themselves in and out of programs.

Initial registration can be done at anytime of the year. Once in program, you will be required to re-register for each session (fall, winter, spring and summer).

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