Health & Fitness
The YMCA of Western Ontario is proud to operate eight Health, Fitness and Recreation Branches ~ four in London and one in each of Strathroy, St.Thomas, Windsor and Woodstock. These branches currently serve over 32,000 members. Each YMCA Branch is unique, offering different programs, services and facility features based on the individual needs of each community.
We invite you to begin your YMCA experience by finding the branch nearest you, and exploring the variety of programs and services that await you and your family:
- Bob Hayward YMCA
1050 Hamilton Rd, London
- Centre Branch YMCA
519.667.3300382 Waterloo St, London
- Middlesex Centre Wellness & Recreation Complex
1 Tunks Lane, Komoka
- Stoney Creek Community Centre, YMCA & Library
920 Sunningdale Rd E, London
- Strathroy-Caradoc YMCA
305 Frances St, Strathroy
- Family YMCA of St.Thomas-Elgin
20 High St, St. Thomas
- Windsor YMCA at Central Park Athletics
3400 Grand Marais Rd E, Windsor
- Woodstock Branch YMCA
808 Dundas St, Woodstock
The YMCA of Western Ontario is open to all, our Financial Assistance Program offers individuals and families who have the greatest need in our community.
Your membership gives you access to all eight health and fitness branches in the Western Ontario association. That means you have access to:
- 7 pools (2 pools at Centre Branch & 2 pools at Stoney Creek)
- 7 full size gymnasiums
- 3 walking/running tracks
- the latest in strength training and cardio equipment, and,
- child minding services to watch your littlest Y members while you get fit and healthy.
Our membership fees cover the majority of our programs and services, from group fitness to swimming lessons and many programs in between.
Travelling? Your YMCA of Western Ontario member card gets you access to Y facilities across North America.
See your specific branch for details:
- Bob Hayward
- Centre Branch
- Middlesex Centre
- Stoney Creek
- St. Thomas-Elgin
The YMCA of Western Ontario Financial Assistance Program serves those individuals and families who have the greatest need in our community, those individuals that are unable, but not unwilling to pay the full fee. We will make every effort to accommodate all those people who wish to participate in YMCA programs. Is it not possible to join the YMCA for free. Everyone must pay some portion of the membership fee. Often, we can assist to a maximum of 50% of the cost of membership. A financial agreement will be worked out that is acceptable to both you and the YMCA of Western Ontario.
Please complete the Financial Assistance application in full and return it to the membership desk. One of the membership staff will review your application with you. All information provided will be kept confidential. We expect the same confidentiality from you. Financial Assistance requires a commitment to make regular payments and to participate on a regular basis in the program for which assistance was provided.