The Y is located in Hardyston, New Jersey. The Sussex County YMCA has something for everyone in our community, from infants to seniors. Our facility features an indoor pool with aquatic programs, cardio and strength conditioning equipment, fitness classes for all levels, sports and enrichment classes, and a supervised child watch and youth room. We can help you get started with our twelve week Wellness Coaching program that is included in membership. In addition, we offer before and after care at area schools and during the summer children can enjoy the experience of a lifetime at our American Camp Association (ACA) accredited Blue Mountain Day Camp, located on Fairview Lake in Stillwater or our facility camp in Hardyston.
In remembrance of 9/11, the Sussex County YMCA’s Togetherhood committee honored area police officers and firefighters on Sunday, Sept. 11. Members of Togetherhood painted American flags on pallets for the Franklin and Hardyston police departments, the Hamburg andView Full Story >
HARDYSTON TWP. (July 20, 2016) — Expanding on its successful free membership program for seventh graders, the Sussex County YMCA will soon offer free memberships to sixth and eighth graders too. The Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges, the largest association of YMCAs in New Jersey, will offer middle schoolers free memberships in September at the Sussex County YMCA, View Full Story >
HARDYSTON TWP. (July 25, 2016) — With an eye to increasing healthful opportunities for members, the Sussex County YMCA plans to build a full-size high school basketball court and expand its wellness center. “Adding a gymnasium and expanding the wellness center and group exercise area will open the door to a wealth of new programs, giving members more ways to View Full Story >
The safety of the children who use our facility has always been a top priority of the Sussex County YMCA. Technology has now evolved that provides instant screenings for registered sex offenders in all 50 states. Raptor, a leading web-based platform identifies unwanted visitors instantly by scanning driver’s licenses and state-issued ID’s and keeps unwanted View Full Story >
HARDYSTON TWP. — The Sussex County YMCA has launched initiatives promoting better nutrition and exercise using a $10,000 grant from Atlantic Health System to teach children to grow vegetables and to inspire shoppers to increase their daily steps. In the spring, students in the YMCA’s after-school care program at Franklin Borough School planted cherry View Full Story >
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