Kids Zone

More than ever, busy parents need support. When parents come to the Y for a class, group activity or workout, their kids need a safe, enriching environment where they can build healthy, trusting relationships with other kids and Y staff. In the Kid Zone, children play under the supervision of caring, trained adults. At the same time, their parents are able to relax, connect with other Y members and enjoy healthy activities at the Y.

Kids Zone Hours

  • Monday – Thursday 4:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Saturday 9:00a – 12:00p
  • Sunday 12p – 3:00p
  • Children have a two hour time limit
  • Registration not required
  • Ages 6 weeks-10 years old
  • Kids must be on a family membership to utilize Kids Zone or Purchase Kidzone Punch Card


About Kids Zone

    • FREE child watch services during Kid Zone hours with Family Memberships
    • Ask about the affordable monthly KZ Punch Card to use Kid Zone with your individual adult membership
    • Parents must stay on facility grounds while using the service
    • Ages 6 weeks thru 10 years of age
    • Keep sick children at home for the health and safety of all
    • Encourage your children to use the restroom before they are signed in, although there are facilities inside the area
  • Snacks
    • No nut products due to many severe allergies
    • No popcorn due to safety concerns
    • Spill-proof, labeled cups and water bottles may be brought in
  • Sign In/Out
    • Children must be checked in and out by a parent or guardian.
    • For the safety of all children, parents/guardians are not permitted to enter the Kid Zone area
    • Children will not be released to anyone other than the person dropping them off unless given written permission at the time of check-in
  • Dress
    • Kids must be fully clothed while in the Kid Zone and must wear socks
  • Discipline
    • Your child may be removed from any disruptive situation and may be given a time out — one minute per year of age
    • If the disruptive situation continues, you will be located in the facility to address your child’s behavior or remove your child from the Kids Zone