As part of the Denver YMCA, the Downtown YMCA helps people lead active, healthy lives. The Downtown Denver YMCA features a large gym, basketball courts, an indoor track, a cycling room, message therapy, and state-of-the-art fitness equipment, along with the latest fitness classes including yoga, Zumba®, and Pilates Reformer. Serving people of all ages, the Downtown Y provides summer day camp for kids, as well as SilverSneakers® and senior activities for older adults. The Downtown Y also leads programs in disease prevention, community outreach and youth development.
On June 5, Summer Day Camp begins at the Downtown Y. Since this is a state licensed child care program, all members must follow the following rules:
- When campers are in the building, members may not use the restrooms in the main hallway. Please use the locker rooms during this time.
- Members/Non Day Camp Participants are not allowed to mix with kids in the program. The lobby is used daily along with the gym. If you are asked to relocate, please do so.
- All members are required to be photographed upong joining. This is a safety and security requirement. Please comply. You must always have photo ID on your person when entering.
Tell Us How You're Feeling
At the Y, every single member matters. We want to know what you're thinking and how you're feeling.
Tell us about your Y experience through or Annual Member Experience Survey. The survey will be emailed to you soon from Surveys@SeerAnalytics.com with the subject line "Your YMCA Annual Member Experience Survey."
Watch out for it in your inbox or check your spam folder.
June 28 is Bike to Work Day. Thousands of people will be making their morning commute via bike in order to help reduce traffic, fuel emissions and general driving frustrations. We will be participating in as a breakfast, shower and parking station. If you want to register or are just curious about the event, visit the offical website.
Our Togetherhood program is a Y member-led volunteer service program that brings together members of all different backgrounds to work side-by-side with neighbors and community partners to plan and implement volunteer projects that strengthen our community. Volunteering improves people's well-being, helps them forge strong relationships, and gives them an outlet to explore their passions and discover their purpose. Join our planning committee and give back, contact Melissa Bowen or call 303 869 3504.