WORKOUT out OF TOWN
The Y welcomes members to bring guests and out-of-town visitors to our facilities. Please review our policies for guests and visitors.
Guests of Members
Applicable to all out-of-town guests:
Each guest must provide a valid photo ID on each visit.
All guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied and signed in by a current YMCA member or guardian over age 18 on each visit.
Each guest must be properly checked-in through Member Services at the Welcome Center.
- The current YMCA member will be held responsible for any discipline issues of their guest(s) up to and including suspension or termination of membership.
A current YMCA of Middle Tennessee member can bring an out-of-town guest, who does not belong to another YMCA, to the YMCA to receive a pass for 14 visits per year. Out-of-town guests will be required to provide proof of residence outside the YMCA of Middle Tennessee service area. Any out-of-town guest must be accompanied by a current member during their Y visits.
Local Guests (in our service area)
We do not permit guests who live in our service area. Sign up for a membership today.
Members of other YMCA's
Nationwide Membership Program
Sometimes it’s more convenient to visit a Y in a different location when traveling, near a workplace or in another region. Full facility/full privilege YMCA members have the flexibility to use participating Y facilities at no extra charge.
The Nationwide Membership Program is valid for YMCA full facility/full privilege members only. Program-only participants may upgrade to a full membership at any time to qualify.
Visitors to other Ys must present a valid YMCA membership card and photo ID upon their first visit and complete a visiting member waiver or standard membership application form with liability waiver.
YMCA full facility/full privilege members must use their home branch at least 50% of the time. Program discounts do not apply. Participating YMCAs reserve the right to restrict facility or program access.
Other restrictions may apply.
To find a list of participating YMCAs, visit www.ymca.net.