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There’s Something for Everybody at the Santa Monica Family YMCA!


Since 1927, the Santa Monica Family YMCA has consistently served the Santa Monica community. We’re excited to celebrate our 97th birthday in June and

to show off all of the wonderful things you can find at your friendly YMCA. 

   

Located in the heart of downtown just three blocks from the Third Street Promenade, the Santa Monica Family YMCA is home to infants, kids, families, adults, and seniors, alike. We’ve got 87,000 square feet of space and a multitude of offerings. Welcome to the Y!

   

On the first floor of the Y, you’ll find a beautiful and recently renovated basketball gymnasium with opportunities for open play, pick-up games, Pickleball (three courts) and an organized basketball league for youth!

   

For working families or families seeking care for their little ones, we offer a full-time, fully-licensed Early Learning Center where we develop infants, toddlers and preschool-aged children. 

   

For our water-friendly friends, we are home to a training pool, a 25ft. yard pool, and a 15-person jacuzzi. Interested in swim lessons? We’ve got them, too!

   

Our recently renovated strength-training rooms complete with state-of-the art equipment, two cardio rooms, group exercise room and cycle studio are sure to get your heart pumping and reaching your fitness goals in no time.

   

Our third floor is home to our After School Program, where we care and engage with youth from our local elementary and middle schools. Our third floor and rooftop also serve as our Summer Camp quarters for kids and families needing care or engaging activities over the long summer break. 

   

For families and youth seeking a bigger camp experience, may we interest you in our lakefront property in Big Bear? Family Camps, Holiday Camps and Summer Camp at Camp Big Bear will make sure you connect with the outdoors and disconnect from technology!

   

The Santa Monica YMCA is at 1332 Sixth Street, in Santa Monica. There is parking available underground.


By Araceli  Alejandre, COO

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