About Maryvale Family YMCA

Maryvale Family YMCA opened its doors in April of 2008. We provide programs and services that 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. With a high volume of Hispanic population we have bilingual staff including fitness instructors for the better understanding and relationships with our members.

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. Maryvale Family YMCA brings to the community Miracle League a programs for children with any disability, ages 4+ the opportunity to experience the joy of playing BASEBALL. In the process, they make new friends, build self-esteem, and create lasting memories. Like the Miracle League, every opportunity offered by the Y is a chance for positive change. And that’s what keeps us reaching farther everyday. There is so much to experience at Maryvale Family YMCA!

We love our YMCA! Staff is always friendly, facilities are clean, people leave us alone to workout.

Maryvale Family YMCA

For A Better Us

Children Activities | Kids Learning | Maryvale Family Family YMCA | Valley of the Sun YMCA

The YMCA is offering a FREE early learning readiness program to support caregivers and the children they care for.… Read More

Lisette Salazar August Newsletter For Web

Lisette Salazar’s favorite motto is “Live in your own strength,” and she is passionate about helping others find their inner courage and personal power as one of the group fitness instructors at the Y’s Maryvale branch. … Read More

Miracle League Website

Building Self-Esteem and Making Lasting Memories… Read More


Healthy Kids Day 2015 | Maryvale Family YMCA | Valley of the Sun YMCA

2015 Maryvale Healthy Kids Day

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.