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Membership Type/Cost Per Month

Monthly Rates
  • Youth (0-9 years) - $15
  • Student (10-17 ) - $25
  • Student (18-19 years or with student ID) - $27
  • Young Adult (20-29 years) - $37
  • 1 Adult (30-59 years) - $49
  • 2 Adults - $68
  • 2 Adult Household (2 adults + dependents up to 23) - $79
  • 1 Adult Household (1 adult + dependents up to 23) - $64
  • 1 Senior (age 60+) - $39
  • 2 Seniors (1 member age 60+) - $54
  • Child Watch - $24/monthly (with Household memberships only)

Day Pass Rates

Daily Rates
  • Youth (ages 0-17 years) - $6
  • Adult (18-59 years) - $12
  • Senior (60+ years) $9
  • Household (2 Adults + Dependent Children) $25

Membership Information

$0 joining fee for Youth & Student membership

$29 joining fee for Young Adult and Senior memberships

$49 joining fee for all other membership types

Monthly bank draft (choice of 1st or 15th)
Must provide voided check or credit or debit card

Quarterly, Semi-Annual or Annual invoice

Drop-in Child Watch is available for $24 per month per family with a 1 Adult Household or 2 Adult Household membership. To maintain safe ratios, Child Watch will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Free to YMCA members. This includes classes in the Pool and Group Fitness Studio.

At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.  Each year, we provide over $200,000 in financial assistance locally, thanks to generous gifts from our members and donors through our annual Strong Communities Campaign, grants and special events. 

The YMCA of Natrona County’s Financial Assistance program provides individuals and families in need with financial support to participate in the Y’s membership and program activities.  To apply please complete our financial assistance form and provide applicable documentation. Financial assistance is determined based on household income and the number in household.  The need for financial assistance is reassessed annually. 

Help us reach our goal of giving back and providing support to our neighbors. Make a gift today

The YMCA is a charitable not-for-profit organization in compliance with IRS code 501(c)3. Charitable donations to the YMCA are tax-deductible. The YMCA provides services in exchange for membership dues. As such, membership dues do not qualify as charitable contributions and are not tax-deductible. 

The Y offers a 50% discount to military families including active duty and veterans

The Armed Services YMCA and Department of Defense Outreach Initiative offers YMCA memberships to eligible military families and personnel who may not have access to a nearby military facility. Eligible military families and personnel include:

  • Family members of deployed National Guard and Reservists.
  • Active Duty Independent Duty personnel and their families as approved by their Military Service Headquarters.
  • Relocated spouses and family members of deployed Active Duty personnel.

*Note: Eligibility is for Title 10 personnel only.

Getting Started

To receive membership benefits from the YMCA Military Outreach Initiative, eligible military families and personnel should follow these steps:

  1. Contact Military OneSource at or 800-342-9647 to confirm eligibility and receive an eligibility form.
  2. Find a participating YMCA in your area using the search tool below.
  3. Fill out and bring your eligibility form, Military ID and any other required documentation (generally your Deployment Orders or Military Service Headquarters approval letter) to a participating YMCA for verification (please do not leave copies of these documents at the YMCA).


The Department of Defense will underwrite memberships at participating YMCAs for an initial six-month period for each eligible family and service member. Membership renewals in subsequent six-month intervals (up to 12 or 18 months depending on eligibility) will be funded based on a military family’s or service member’s ability to meet the participation requirement of eight visits to a YMCA each month.

About the YMCA Outreach Initiative

YMCA of the USA, the Armed Services YMCA and the Department of Defense have launched the YMCA Military Outreach Initiative to address the needs of families of deployed military personnel who live far from a military installation and require access to child development, family strengthening, and health and well-being programming.

The YMCA Military Outreach Initiative leverages the YMCA movement’s national scale and mission to engage families facing the hardship and uncertainty of military deployment. The nation’s 2,686 YMCAs have the unique capacity to respond to the needs of this widely dispersed population through supportive, community-based programs that foster a healthy spirit, mind and body.


The YMCA of Natrona County is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all members and participants. To promote safety and comfort for everyone, all individuals are asked to act appropriately at all times when in our facility or participating in our programs. We expect persons using the YMCA to act maturely, to behave responsibly, and to respect the rights and dignity of others. The Y has set forth a crucial set of behavior expectations to position student members for success in their Y experience. 

If you have any questions about these expectations please contact Risa Sabus, Senior Membership Director at 307-234-9187 or

Important Info:

Benefits of a Corporate Wellness Program

A U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report1 revealed that at worksites with exercise programs as components of their wellness programs, healthcare costs decreased from 75 to 55%, short-term sick leave was lowered from 38 to 32%, and productivity increased from 50 to 52%.

Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who studied successful strategies to prevent cardiovascular disease estimated that over a 2-5 year period, companies with comprehensive workplace wellness programs and appropriate health plans in place can yield $3 to $6 for each dollar invested, all while reducing the likelihood of employee heart attacks and strokes.2

Additionally, worksite health programs can improve productivity, increase employee satisfaction, demonstrate concern for employees, and improve morale in the workplace.31. 2. Reducing the Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke,, Centers for Disease Control. 3. Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise: The Fundamentals of Workplace Health Promotion. Wellness Council of America.

Why You Should Care

• One third of US adults are obese. 17% of children between 2 and 7 are obese.

• The total cost of diagnosed diabetes in the US exceed $245 billion, resulting in $69 billion in reduced productivity.

• Annual health care spending increased from $75 billion in 1970 to $2 trillion in 2005; by 2015, annual spending is estimated to reach $4 trillion.

Wellness Program Impact

• Companies gain an average of $5.81 for every $1 invested in Corporate Wellness Programs.

• Wellness Programs reduce sick leave absenteeism by 27%, health care costs by 26% and workers comp/disability management claim costs by 32%.

Sources: Business Weekly, Wellness Programs 2013, CDC 2012, American Institute for Preventative Medicine 2012, American Diabetes Association 2013

Corporate Benefits
  • 10-20% Off monthly membership fees based on company participation level
  • Free Group Exercise classes
  • Free Get Started Program (2 sessions)
  • Unlimited access to facility
  • Discounts on adult and youth programs and sports leagues
Company Criteria

Maintain a minimum of 5 memberships to receive the discounted rate

Make this benefit part of your new employee packet or orientation

Contact Risa Sabus at 307-234-9187 or to discuss corporate membership opportunities.

Locker rentals are available for $6 per month. Day use lockers are available to all members and guests (locks not provided by the YMCA). 

Sweat towels and cleaning rags are available for use by members and guests.

Nationwide Membership enables you to visit any participating Y in the United States through membership at your “home” YMCA (your home location is the facility that enrolled you as a member and that collects your membership dues). We offer this because we want to help you reach your health and wellness goals wherever you live, work or travel. This is an essential part of our cause of strengthening communities.

Important Info

  • Valid for active, full facility YMCA members
  • Nationwide member visitors must use their home Y at least 50% of the time
  • Program-only participants and special memberships are not eligible for Nationwide Membership 

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