|Young Adult (19-26)||$33.00||$363.00|
|Adult (27 & over)||$41.00||$451.00|
|1 Adult Household||$50.00||$550.00|
|2 Adult Household||$65.00||$715.00|
|*Add Health Center with 24 Hour Access||$22.00 Per Adult||$264.00 Per Adult|
Ask about the Open Doors Program,
the Chambersburg YMCA's revised financial assistance program.
*Financial assistance is not available for health center access
Membership rates effective November 28, 2016
Seniors 65 and older receive a 10% discount on membership fees
The Y’s 20/20 Membership Program aims to bring all Y members to the forefront as advocates for healthier living.
- Y Members Refer a New Member
- Member and referred member receive 20% off the standard membership rate
- Receive reduced rate as long as both remain Y members.
The Chambersburg YMCA is in partnership with…
For more information and to find out if you are eligible for any of these programs, please call the phone number on the back of your insurance card.
Adult Privileges (19 & over)
Fitness Center (during the Y's normal hours of operation)
Unlimited Adult Fitness Classes
Reduced Rates on Other Y Classes
Racquetball/Handball/ Wallyball & Squash Courts
Pickle Ball Privileges
Volleyball League Participation
2 Swimming Pools
General Locker Room
Health Center Privileges
All Adult Privileges PLUS:
24-Hour Access to Fitness Center
Sauna / Steam room / Whirlpool
Towel & Soap Service
Tae Kwon Do at $12.00/month
Private Locker (Locker Room not accessible 12 midnight - 4:30 a.m.)
Family / Household Privileges
Adult Privileges for 15 yrs. and older, student privileges for children
Fitness Center Access for 12, 13 & 14 year olds - With Parent Supervision
Biddy Sport Skill Instruction at $5.00 per session
Gym & Swim
FREE Babysitting & Child Watch
Youth & Family Fitness Center
Open Family Pickle Ball Privileges
Family - husband & wife or husband, wife & their children through high school age living at home and children who are full time college students through age 22.
Household - 2 adults in a committed relationship (not roommates) residing at the same address or 2 adults in a committed relationship residing at the same address and dependent children living in their household up to 18 years of age or through high school and any full time college student through age 22.
Youth (6-12 yrs.)
2 Swimming Pools
Youth Fitness Center
Reduced Rates on Y Classes
General Locker Room
Teen (13-18 yrs.)
Adult privileges available during the student hours of operation.
If at any time you find yourself in an emergency, or see another member in difficulty, please alert a staff member immediately.
If you are in the pool and the alarm sounds, please exit the pool immediately. The guards will direct you further.
If we need to evacuate the building the staff will announce it on the intercom. Please familiarize yourself with the exits.
• Cancellations and closings due to weather will be on the Y’s web site, www.chbgy.org and the following radio stations, Mix-95
(95.1 FM), WQCM (94.3 FM) and WSRT (92.1FM).
• When schools are closed or delayed due to weather, there are no morning *adult exercise classes. Evening programs will be
posted on the web page and radio as soon as those decisions are made.
• *Morning group fitness instructors at the WKN Program Center have the flexibility to run their classes if they wish. It is the
instructor’s responsibility to contact the class participants on the status of the class.
• Preschool Discovery Center - 2 hour delay, class will begin at 10:00 AM - Schools closed, Preschool is closed
• ARK Child Development Center - 2 hour delay, regular time of 6:30 AM - Schools closed will open at 7:30 AM
• BASFC at the YMCA - 2 hour delay or school closed, regular time of 6:30 AM
• BASFC School Sites - 2 hour delay, regular time of 6:00 AM - Schools closed, care is at the YMCA only, starting at 6:30 AM
• Programs involving bus transportation from school will not be held if school is not in session or if schools are closed due to
The YMCA will conduct all programs as scheduled on days the school districts are not in session. Any Y programs involving bus transportation from school will not be held if schools are not in session or closing due to inclement weather.
Membership I.D. Cards
For your safety and security, you are required to use your membership card to gain access to the facility at all times. If you forgot your card, the desk staff will verify your membership. If you have lost your card you must purchase a new card to gain access. The YMCA has the right to ask for identification.
New Members Transferring From Other YMCA’s
Members from other YMCA’s can join our Y and the Association Fee is waived if their existing membership is current or has lapsed less than 30 days.
Medical limitations and Active Military Duty obligations are the only acceptable reasons for the YMCA to freeze a membership. Written documentation from the appropriate authorities is required to freeze a membership.
Membership & Program Refunds
If a person joins our YMCA for a year and moves from the area or decides not to come to classes, a refund will not be given. However, for a person moving from the area, most Y’s will accept a portion of their membership. We allow credit for 50% of the time remaining on their existing membership. Program refunds will not be given after the second class, except with a written statement by a physician for medical reasons. All refunds have a $5.00 service fee deducted from the refund or credit voucher.
NSF Check Policy / Declined Credit Card
There will be a $30.00 charge for all checks returned by the bank for non-sufficient funds. Any member who has two returned payments within a twelve-month period will be required to conduct all future transactions in cash.
Guest must be accompanied by a Y member. Guests register at the desk and pay the appropriate fees. If they join the Y within 30 days of their visits, the Y will credit their membership for the fees paid. Youth 14 and under must have adult supervision with them to bring a guest.
Active Military Personnel Usage
As a courtesy to active full-time military personnel, the Chambersburg YMCA will allow regular adult usage of the Y’s facility for active full-time military personnel, who are on temporary duty in our service area or home on leave.
Their usage of the Y’s facility will not exceed 14 consecutive days within a one year period and does not extend to their family members.
This policy does not apply to National Guard and U.S. Reservists, who are performing their annual 2-week training or weekend training duty.
Proration for Classes
No pro-rating of classes prior to the start of class. We will pro-rate after a class has started if the participant has not been in the class prior to enrollment. The pro-rated fee will be for the missed classes only.
Due to curriculum design and class size all make-up classes must be approved by the designated Y Director.
* Recommended to shower before entering pool
* No one in pool until lifeguard is on duty
* Swimmers 6-8 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the water or have passed Guppy level swim instruction.
* Children 6 and under must have a parent with them at all times in the water.
* Glass containers and food are prohibited in locker rooms or pool areas.
* Use of pool equipment must be authorized by life-guard on duty.
* No hanging on lane lines
* No running or horseplay in pool or locker room
* No diving in shallow areas
* One person at a time on diving boards
* One bounce on diving board and dive straight off
* Pool closes during electrical storms. Reopens 15 minutes after last lightning.
Fitness Center/Weight Room
The Chambersburg YMCA offers one of the areas finest fitness facilities. Please read and support the listed policies to help maintain this quality facility.
Appropriate Dress and Behavior
The YMCA is committed to character development and maintaining an atmosphere conducive to children and families. All members are expected to dress and behave appropriately. Swimwear is required for pool access.
The Chambersburg YMCA is a family facility. Inappropriate, rude, or disruptive behavior or inappropriate dress will not be tolerated and will result in suspension or revocation of membership privileges without refund. Parents are responsible for their children’s behavior and members for their guest’s behavior.
Parents will be notified of any behavior problems before the child is suspended or expelled from a YMCA program or the YMCA. Some exceptions may apply.
Youth Fitness Center Room Guidelines
To provide a safe and protective environment for all youth using the Youth Fitness Center the following guidelines are in place:
Youth enrolled in kindergarten through 6th grade may use the Youth Fitness Center.
Participants must wear appropriate clothing for exercise. No bare feet or backless shoes of any kind are permitted. Water bottles only are allowed in the facility. Staff will not be responsible for lost or missing personal items. Please do not bring electronics or money into the facility. Keep in mind that proper and safe use of the equipment is required at all times. The YMCA expects Youth Fitness Center participants to use respectful and responsible behavior at all times. Youth may be asked to leave and refused entry if they are disruptive and disrespectful to other youth or staff.
The climbing wall rules must be followed for everyone’s safety. Youth who refuse to comply will be denied entry to the room. Absolutely no one may sit or climb over the climbing wall at any time.
Due to limited space, no gymnastics is permitted in the room. The mats must stay by the climbing wall at all times. Intentional misuse, abuse and/or damage to the equipment or facility will not be tolerated. Youth may have membership privileges removed as a result. Intentional damage to the equipment or facility will result in an automatic membership termination, with no refund.
Financial Aid for Membership
The Chambersburg YMCA welcomes everyone, regardless of age, race, sex, faith, ethnicity, ability or religion. YMCA membership activities create supportive communities of members who are involved in a variety of enriching activities, recreational and supportive social networks, and a sense of belonging. YMCAs are founded by volunteers, led by volunteers, and encourage volunteerism in their programs.
Fees are based on the community affordability, and financial assistance is available for those who cannot afford to pay the full cost of membership. Funds for financial assistance are available through various sources, including United Way.