About Copper Basin Family YMCA

The Copper Basin Family YMCA opened its doors to the community in March of 2003. The Copper Basin Y is part of the Copper Basin Homeowners Association and provides free pool memberships to all its residents. It is a gathering place for its residents and community. On a normal day you’ll see people working out in its full gym, kids playing in its child watch, aquatics class in its heated pool and teens participating in Teen Leaders Club. It is a facility for all ages with activities for all. Every year the community gathers around a campfire at the Copper Basin Y for a Community Benefit to help raise donations.

Everyone is very friendly & welcoming. My daughter loves her pre-school teacher!

Copper Basin Family YMCA

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Looking for something to do this Winter season? The Valley of the Sun YMCA has many options available that can suit your family’s needs. We offer sports programs, group fitness classes and dance lessons for individuals of all ages. Check out our program guides below to learn more about the activities taking place at your local branch and sign up today! The winter is the perfect time to recharge your energy and focus on your health and well-being.… Read More

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Scott’s Y Story begins on March 7th 2015. That morning on his way to work he was in a terrible car accident. He was hit head-on by another driver who was traveling at a very high rate of speed. Scott was injured very badly in the accident. He broke his back and sustained a closed brain injury. … Read More

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You have an amazing opportunity to be a Sponsor of the Copper Basin Family YMCA Events for the 2016 year! That’s one vendor event every month! Make the commitment to your family Y today and be a featured vendor. Take advantage of this partnership before it passes you by.… Read More

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Y Fun Fact

Professional Football began at the YMCA during 1895 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania when John Brailer was paid $10 + expenses by the local YMCA to replace the injured quarterback on their American football team.