General Information

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The Y is much more than just a gym. We are a movement, a powerful force for change in your life, your health, and your community. Whether you're looking for a place to get fit and relieve stress, a caring environment for your children, or a volunteer program to give something back to your community, you'll find it at the Y. Our programs for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility ensure that we strengthen more than just the body. We strengthen the foundations of community. We are your Y and we're waiting for you. Join us!


  • Four conveniently located centers
  • Seven indoor pools
  • Four indoor running tracks
  • Six gymnasiums
  • Ten racquetball courts
  • Two indoor waterslides
  • Steam room
  • Four saunas
  • Three whirlpools
  • Complete gymnastics center with full-size spring floor
  • Drop-in child care
  • Spacious locker rooms

Core Programs

  • Swim lessons
  • Gymnastics
  • Youth sports
  • Aerobics and strength training
  • Teen
  • Family
  • Older adults
  • School age child care
  • Day camp
  • Preschool camp
  • Year-round resident camp

My Y Story...

Amy Carstens

There are people in our community who see a problem and fix it. Amy Carstens is one of those people. Throughout her many volunteer roles, Amy has worked tirelessly to make Green Bay a better place. As a long-time Y volunteer, Amy has worn many hats. Beginning when Amy lived in Wausau, she volunteered at the Y to teach step aerobics. When she moved to Green Bay, Amy immediately looked to volunteer at the Green Bay Y. In her words, “The Y shouldn’t recognize people. People should recognize the Y for all the work and benefits they provide to the community.” Her daughter has grownup in the Y’s gymnastics program and during the past twelve years, Amy has volunteered to sell concessions, organize events, help at meets, and has served as the president and vice-president of the parents’ club. She even designed and edits the gymnastics team’s website. In her numerous rolls, Amy frequently saw that despite financial support from the Y, many families still struggled with the cost of the program. She did not want the cost to deter families from participating. Drawing on her experience as the volunteer President of the Green Bay Youth Hockey team, Amy proposed and implemented the Scrip Fundraising program for the competitive gymnastics team at the Y. For the past year and a half, Amy has acted as the Y’s Scrip Coordinator. In the beginning, Amy spent at least 100 volunteer hours setting up the program. In her words, Amy now has “Scrip down to a science.” Due to its success, this year the Swim Team also implemented the program, and Amy is coordinating Scrip for both the teams. Amy volunteers to set a good example. She believes that people too often only invest in themselves, but as a society we need to invest in work that benefits one another.