*Closed for Season*
WELCOME TO THOMSON FAMILY YMCA
The Thomson Family YMCA has served the McDuffie County area since 2002. There’s something for everyone at the Thomson Family YMCA, from youth sports and dance programs for the kids, SilverSneakers for active older adults, and group exercise classes. Our youngest members can enjoy seasonal day camp, dance, karate, cheer, as well as gymnastics. When joining, you will join as a Metro member, which gives you access to all Family YMCA locations.
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Amenities and programs include:
Water park is closed for the season. It will reopen Memorial Day weekend 2023.
From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, members can make fun family memories at the Thomson Family YMCA’s outdoor pool! Our large pool and dueling slides are the perfect place to spend time together as a family.
PLAY & LEARN CHILD CARE
Our Play & Learn Child Enrichment Program is available at all CSRA area branches and is the only one of its kind in the region. This program has been uniquely developed by the Y’s educational experts to provide engaging curriculum to help children develop in the areas of music and movement, literacy, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), and arts and crafts while parents are using branch facilities. Play & Learn is available for up to 2 hours per day (8 hours per week). The service is free to all active Y members with a family membership.
Curriculum changes every week throughout the year, with the same offerings each day at every branch should a member utilize multiple facilities for consistency. The program is on a voluntary basis for families and religious beliefs are respected and inclusive, should families have specific preferences.
Play and Learn is designed to help children identify and reinforce their individual strengths, grow their abilities with their natural talents and gain confidence to believe in themselves. It’s a fun and engaging environment for children to learn and develop, while providing parents the assurance that their child is being cared for during their workout in a meaningful way.