About Glendale / Peoria Family YMCA

The Glendale/Peoria YMCA has a rich history of serving our community and surrounding communities with programs and activities that help further health and well-being. We offers Child Watch, full gym, swimming pool, locker rooms, and family restrooms. Fitness centers with free weights and machines, group exercise programs including Silver Sneakers, Group Cycle, Group Power, Pilates, Yoga and more.

We more than a gym, we are involved with our community, we regularly offer special events where families and the community can join, Community Days, Healthy Kids Day, Christmas Programs, Halloween Programs, Summer Programs, and Spring Programs. Our programs and services promote four core values: caring, honesty, respect, responsibility. These programs include: child care, youth sports, swimming, camping, gymnastics, teen, family and senior adult programs, health and fitness, and volunteerism, with more than 260 opportunities. Our experience and friendly staff is open for any questions.

Great place, Great equipment and amenities, great childcare included in the price, great staff, and great prices.

Glendale / Peoria Family YMCA

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Defer For Web

Coaches Tina and Mitch Defer have been coaching for five years at the Glendale/Peoria YMCA. The couple loves helping young athletes grow in their abilities, and after 20 seasons spent coaching recreational and competitive teams, they have been able to make a difference in the lives of countless young people.… Read More

Healthy Living | Ab Workout | Glendale Peoria Family YMCA | Valley of the Sun YMCA

Looking for a routine to workout your abs? For more workouts like these, schedule an appointment with one of our Certified Personal Trainers.… Read More

Produce On Wheels

The Borderland Food Bank is committed to taking excess food and providing it to people in the community at an affordable cost…… Read More

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Y Fun Fact

In 1891, Basketball was invented by the YMCA in Massachusetts in December 1891 to occupy a classroom of ‘incorrigibles’ in between baseball and football seasons.