Membership & Rates


The Y is a community focused on three key areas: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We believe a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors.


The Superior Douglas County Family YMCA is removing barriers! We are no longer charging a joiner fee! We want to create a space for all to enjoy regardless of age, income, or background. Everyone is entitled to healthy living and we believe a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors. That's why we're removing our joining fees and continuing to offer further financial aid for those who apply. A strong community creates a better life for all to enjoy. We are accepting new members! New memberships must be activated in person at the Superior YMCA Member Services Desk. To expedite the process please print the membership form or e-mail a completed for to To complete membership activation please come to the member services desk. 

Membership Application

Day Pass Waiver of Liability

NIHCA Insurance Fitness Incentive Program

Your Membership Includes:

  • Family pool & 25-yard lap pool and a 100-foot waterslide
  • Indoor walking/running track
  • Full-size gymnasium
  • Free adult group fitness classes
  • NEW YMCA 360
  • Saunas and hot tub 
  • Air-conditioned fitness center
  • Fitness Center Orientation and Body Composition
  • Racquetball court 
  • Family and special needs locker rooms with accessible showers
  • Early registration and program discounts
  • Spacious locker rooms
  • Nationwide Membership Learn More 
  • 2 FREE Guest Passes per year 
  • No contracts!

2022 Rates 

 Youth - 0-18 $22
 Young Adult - age 19-25 $42
 Adult - age 26-64 $54
 Two Adult Family - Two adults with or without dependent children through age 18, living together as a family unit. Additional dependent adults living in the home may be included for $15 per month, per adult. $74
 One Adult Family - One adult with dependent children through age 18, living together as a family unit. $66
 Senior - age 65 and older $52


We are happy to be offering day passes for purchase for Youth ages 10+, Adults, and Families.  Youth ages 9 and under purchasing a day pass or using a guest pass must be accompanied by an adult at all times while using the facility. To purchase a day pass, you must bring a photo ID. Please be patient and allow ample time for checking in for Day Pass/Guest Passes and Nationwide Membership Access. 

Day Pass Waiver of Liability

Infant Under 3 - $2.50
Youth (3 - 18 yrs old) - $10
Adult (19 & over) - $10
Family of 4 or less - $20
Family of 5 or more - $25

Daily Membership Passes purchased within the past 30 days (up to the cost of the first month of membership) may be applied to your membership upon request at the time of joining.

Code of Conduct & Age Policies 

Have a membership question? Call the Y at 715-392-5611. Please hold on the line after the message and a Member Services staff will assist you.


Memberships are automatically bank drafted each month from a checking/savings account, or credit/debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover). For bank draft memberships, your first payment will be prorated depending on the joining date and choice of bank draft date. Memberships in 3, 6, or 12 month increments can be paid in full. All membership fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Cancellations require a 15 day written notice.


You may cancel your membership by coming to the Member Services front desk and filling out a cancelation form. Your cancellation must be turned in at the Member Services front desk at least 15 days prior to your bank draft date.


The Y partners with Health Partners, Medica, Preferred One, Renew Active, and Silver&Fit for special benefits. Check with your insurance provider for more information and to determine if you are eligible.


For locker rental add $10 per month, per adult. Towel service has been permanently discontinued.


Through the generosity of many individuals, Y staff, Y board members, businesses, United Way, and the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation donating to our Annual Support Campaign, the YMCA is able to offer financial assistance for memberships and programs.

If you are interested in receiving financial assistance for membership or programs, please fill out the APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP AND PROGRAMMING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE and return to the front desk.

You will need to provide the following documents in order to have your application processed:

  • Most current taxes (W2 for each wage earner in the household)
  • Proof of all income for the past 30 days; including pay stubs, child support, financial aid, other assistance, for all household members. Be sure to include proof of income: without it, your application may not be processed.

Once processed, you will receive an approval letter via email within one business day or by mail from the YMCA. Financial assistance memberships and programs are valid for 12 calendar months. The month prior to your expiration date for membership, you will receive a renewal notice. You may reapply using the same process 2-3 weeks prior to your expiration date.

If you are not approved through Northwest Wisconsin Community Service Agency and feel you need assistance, or have any questions about the financial assistance program for membership or programs please call the Y at 715-392-5611.


If you are looking for YMCA Childcare or camp but are unable to afford the full cost, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance. The first step is to complete an APPLICATION FOR CHILDCARE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE found on our website or in our lobby and return it to Kim, our Childcare Director. Please allow two weeks for processing.

If you are approved, you will be contacted by Kim. After you have been contacted, you may register for childcare/camp. If you have any questions about the financial assistance program for childcare or camp please contact Kim, our Childcare Director, at 715-392-5611 EXT 101 or

The Superior Douglas County Family YMCA reserves the right to verify financial information as well as reserves the right to accept or deny financial assistance.