About Tempe Family YMCA

The Tempe Family YMCA is located in the heart of Tempe. It first opened its doors to the Tempe community in the Fall of 1987 with a 99 year lease from the city. In 1995 11,000 feet was added onto the facility to add more amenities to accommodate its fast growing city. It is a gathering place for the Tempe community. It has many senior classes a heated pool, hot tub, full size basketball gym and a cycling studio, locker rooms. It welcomes all ages and has activities for everyone. It is most known for its senior population, family fun, childcare programs. The Tempe Y is proud to be a part of the community and the Valley of the Sun YMCA.

Best summer camp for kids! A lot of daily activities and field trips. My daughter has made a lot of new friends and is happy every day I pick her up. Thank you YMCA!

Tempe 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.
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Katelyn|Tempe Family YMCA

In winter of 2014 and I got into a car accident leaving the Chandler YMCA. I got put out of commission for a while and the YMCA family was supportive and understood my disappearance. After some healing time and when my body felt right, I jumped back in and haven’t looked back. … Read More

Bob Doyle Resized

What is your Favorite thing about being a board member? -Giving Back to the Y, The Y has been good to me and my family over the years. I did some coaching for the Y when my son was young at Corbell Park, Soccer, Basketball, Touch Football.… Read More


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Y Fun Fact

In 1914, he YMCA supported front line troops in WW1 by helping with the wounded, providing canteens, dormitory, concert halls, chapels and recreational center.