The Y is dedicated to putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We are committed to refusing no child membership for reasons of economic hardship.
Our Community Aquatic Center project is the Sheridan County YMCA’s largest capital project in our 60-year history. The project started in 2017 and was completed in February 2020. The new center includes an addition of 35,000 square feet to our original facility and has given us the opportunity to create a new single entrance and reception area.
The center has five locker rooms, including an expanded family locker room. The adult-only locker rooms have saunas, and beautiful tile and locker finishes. The Aquatic Center has two separate bodies of water — one being a family pool with zero entry and a vortex (a consolidated area with spinning water for resistance exercises), and the second being a lap pool with six lanes and rock climbing wall.
The natatorium includes a zero entry toddler area with play features and a slide. There is also a cargo net and lily pad crossing, basketball area and vortex. There are two slides, with one tube slide taking the rider out of the building and ending in the family pool. The second slide is a shorter run, but drops the rider six feet above the water into the deep end of the lap pool. The lap pool also has a climbing wall that can be programmed while having four lanes continually open for lap swimmers.