About Flagstaff Family YMCA

The Flagstaff Family YMCA is a beautiful facility centrally located in Flagstaff, Arizona.  The YMCA first opened to the Flagstaff community September of 1999.  When first opened the YMCA consisted of a three room preschool and office space.  Sports and other programming were conducted out in the community as the staff and volunteers worked hard to raise funds for a full facility.

In April of 2010, that dream became a reality!  The Flagstaff YMCA is now a two story building with so much to offer. Aside from the cardio and weight rooms the branch has, a three story high rock wall, a large amazing kid’s center where kids can play while parents workout, a community computer lab, group exercise room, cycle room, full gym and three Early Learning Center classrooms. Our Early Learning program is a school for kids ages 1-5. In 2015 it became a First Things First four star program in Coconino County and is the only First Things First four star program in the county.  Come see everything the Flagstaff Family YMCA has to offer!

Excellent child care! Great classes and instructors! Really nice atmosphere too. I LOVE going to the Y for my work outs and my kids love going too!

Flagstaff Family YMCA

For A Better Us

Itty Bitty

A P.E. inspired class to keep your kids active and find out what interests them! At 45 minutes long, give your kids an early start to learn the basics of different sports each week including basketball, soccer, tumbling, obstacle course, among many others! For ages two to five years old. … Read More

Kids Web Size

Find out how to have a healthy heart and how friendships can play a vital role. … Read More

Social Responsibility | Community | Flagstaff Family YMCA | Valley of the Sun YMCA

Thanks to the United Way of Northern Arizona, the Flagstaff Y Preschool has extra funds for Early Literacy Enrichment.… Read More

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2016 Spring Club VOS Volleyball Teams

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.