The following YMCA of Greater Indianapolis locations have pools:
HAMILTON COUNTY :
If you do not have the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis App, you can download it for FREE on the Apple or Google Play Store.
When you are in the App:
If you do not arrive for your reserved time within the first 15 minutes, staff may assign your space to someone else.
If you find you cannot keep your reservation, please cancel it so that another may enjoy that space:
Cancel your reservation tickets in the Y app:
Cancel your reservation tickets on Eventbrite:
Join a group for a 30 minute walk to rejuvenate your spirit, mind and body. Enjoy the social and physical benefits of meeting with a group and being in motion.
We set a pace where no one is left behind and welcome all to come and find community while staying active.
This activity is FREE to Y members.
Learn more about the biking community in Downtown Indianapolis with this year’s Bike-in Breakfast series brought to you by the Cycle Commuter Task Force. Our commuter series of Bike-In Breakfasts are underway and available to everyone. Whether you’ve just started biking or you’ve been peddling for years, all levels and stage of cyclists are welcome. Join us all spring, summer, and fall for info sessions and fellowship while learning all about bike commuting here in Indianapolis.
Lunch & Learns are noon – 1 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of each month, February – October, at the YMCA at the City Market. Lunch is generously provided by Nature’s Table.
Check out the many Bike Trains from around Central Indiana that will get riders safely Downtown. Indy Bike Trains are held on Bike-in Breakfasts dates (and other dates as indicated by the Bike Train Conductor).
Brought to you by: Cycle Commuter Task Force
Beginning June 10, kids age 8- to 15-years-old will also learn bike safety and maintenance at Bike Camp at the YMCA at the City Market. Learn more about Bike Camp or sign your kids up for camp today!
It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you learn the game. At the YMCA, kids develop all of their skills, from catching and dribbling to teamwork and sportsmanship. Just as important, they learn firsthand the benefits of being healthy and active. And that virtual games just can’t compare to the real thing.