The CLC YMCA enriches lives, strengthens community, and drives social change.
We are CLOSED on: New Years Day, MLK Jr. Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Indigenous Peoples' Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas
We CLOSE AT 1pm on: Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve
Enjoy all that our Y has to offer to meet your interests and reach your personal goals.
Our full basketball court and multipurpose tennis/pickleball court are frequently available for open play, and are also home to other activities like volleyball, ping pong, corn hole, and pool. Our thriving pickleball community is always welcoming to new players.
Group Exercise Studios
Our fitness studios are versatile and ideal for a range of classes such as barre, yoga, karate, pilates, aerobics, TRX, cycling, and strength training.
Dr. Lonna Bunting Playground
Our Dr. Lonna Bunting Playground is a fun and engaging space for both our members and the general community. Our playground is suitable for ages 3–12.
Sanford Family Tennis Center
Our USTA tennis and pickleball facility has some of the best courts in Maine. Three beautiful courts are available for an hourly rate. USTA Certified instructors are available to teach lessons for all levels and abilities.
Healthy Living Center
The Healthy Living Center offers innovative cardiovascular and strength training equipment to keep our members active and healthy. Regardless of your level of fitness, we have the equipment to help you enhance your flexibility, balance, and overall fitness.
Child Care Center
Serving up to 40 children between the ages of 6 weeks and 3½ years old, our childcare center is located in Nobleboro.
Functional Fitness Space
Our functional fitness space is perfect for activities like gymnastics, tumbling, stretching, and more.
FARMS at the Y Teaching Kitchen & Garden Beds
Enjoy the aroma of freshly baked granola as our food educators work with groups, teaching them the lifelong skills of gardening and cooking.
The elevated track is just up the stairs from the Healthy Living Center and is 1/10th of a mile in length with a running lane and a walking lane. Track direction alternates day to day with a structured schedule.