San Bernardino County YMCA

Find San Bernardino County California YMCAs. YMCAs provide information on the YMCA organization, athletic and gym facilities, classes, employment training, and housing assistance.


Angelus Oaks YMCA 42021 Jenks Lake Road West Angelus Oaks CA 92305 909-794-2929


Camp Arbalado YMCA 42500 California 38 Angelus Oaks CA 92305 909-794-6724

Camp Round Meadows YMCA 41011 Jenks Lake Road West Angelus Oaks CA 92305 909-794-2929

Chino Valley YMCA 5665 Edison Avenue Chino CA 91710 909-597-7445

Chino YMCA 4980 Riverside Drive Chino CA 91710 909-590-3583

Dorothy Grant Preschool Center YMCA 7084 Sierra Avenue Fontana CA 92336 909-429-9622

East Heritage Child Care Center YMCA 14250 East Constitution Way Fontana CA 92336 909-854-7916

Fawnskin YMCA 31701 Rim of the World Drive Fawnskin CA 92333 909-866-3000

Fontana YMCA 751 South Maple Avenue Fontana CA 92335 909-987-0777

Hesperia YMCA 7715 Sherborn Avenue Hesperia CA 92345 760-948-7244

Highland YMCA 7793 Central Avenue Highland CA 92346 909-864-8296

Loma Linda YMCA 11680 Whittier Avenue Loma Linda CA 92354 909-799-7322

Mentone YMCA 1320 Crafton Avenue Mentone CA 92359 909-794-8057

Ontario YMCA 835 North Center Avenue Ontario CA 91764 909-483-0275

Ontario YMCA 950 North Elderberry Avenue Ontario CA 91762 909-986-0048

Ontario YMCA 1140 North Corona Avenue Ontario CA 91764 909-986-6634

Ontario YMCA 215 West C Street Ontario CA 91762 909-986-5847

Phelan YMCA 10376 Baldy Mesa Road Phelan CA 92371 760-947-4119

Rancho Cucamonga Family Administrative Office YMCA 10789 Terra Vista Parkway Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730 909-484-1769

Rancho Cucamonga Family YMCA 10970 Arrow Route Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730 909-484-1767

About San Bernardino County YMCA Locations

San Bernardino County YMCA locations, or Young Men's Christian Association, are branch locations of the non-profit organization with a broad mission of strengthening community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility in San Bernardino County, CA. Commonly referred to as "The Y", there are about 2,700 local Y organizations with a presence in more than 10,000 neighborhoods throughout the country. Each local San Bernardino County Y is an independent organization with its own board of directors and staff. The specific programming offered varies at local Y organizations, based on individual community needs.

You may contact the YMCA for questions about:
  • San Bernardino County YMCA gym membership and locations
  • Daycare and after-school programs
  • Fitness programs and classes
  • San Bernardino County YMCA hotels, hostels, and lodging
  • Volunteer, job, and employment opportunities
San Bernardino County Youth Development Programs

The YMCA's Youth Development programming includes offerings for a wide age range, beginning with childcare for infants and preschoolers. After-school programming provides supervised activities for youth in kindergarten through middle school. The Y offers more than 300 overnight camps and over 1,800 day-camps in addition to numerous specialty camps. The Y's camp programs are designed to challenge campers, help them develop self-reliance, and build character through a wide array of recreational activities. Numerous youth sports-related activities are available all year round.

YMCA Fitness Programs

The San Bernardino County YMCA's Healthy Living programs promote wellness and the prevention of disease. Livestrong supports cancer patients and survivors with conditioning and training sessions as well as fitness evaluation. Enhance Fitness offers group exercise to older individuals, helping them to maintain flexibility and mobility and increasing their sense of independence. Family and group programs in San Bernardino County include fitness activities and a variety of lifelong learning opportunities. An annual Healthy Kids Day is a free event for the San Bernardino County public designed to encourage active youth and counter the effects of idleness, such as weight gain and falling behind academically.

Job Training and Education

Education and job-training programs provide adult literacy courses, opportunities to complete GEDs, and skills development for employment. The San Bernardino County Y also promotes volunteerism through its Social Responsibility programming, as well as organizing grassroots efforts advocating for child welfare, education, and public health. The Y's World Service and Global Education programs raise awareness and financial support for addressing challenging social and economic conditions in other parts of the world.

San Bernardino County YMCA Hotel & Hostels

The San Bernardino County YMCA may offer affordable hotel and hostel accommodations. YMCA locations nationwide and abroad provide affordable, clean, and safe lodging for travelers. Information on rates, policies, facilities, amenities and lodging reservations can be found by contacting the San Bernardino County YMCA by phone or on the YMCA website.