The Community Outdoor Fitness Park was opened in the Fall of 2014. It includes a walking track, half basketball court, and body weight fitness machines.
Kid's always have fun on our outdoor playground. From kids who live nearby to youth that attend our day and kinder camps, this playground has a lot of fun to offer.
Open to the community, we provide many outdoor opportunities to expand your health and wellness options. We have a sports field, picnic shelter, outdoor racquetball court, and a playground open during the summer months daily until 11PM. Come enjoy the great summer weather with your friends or family at the YMCA.
Our Outdoor Fitness Park offers the community the opportunity to exercise in a park setting while enjoying quality family time. The jogging/walking path is connected to the city sidewalk to give the community easy access and extend their walk. With 12 fitness stations located in the center of the park you can get a great workout. During the summer months several of our Adult Fitness Classes will be held on the basketball court.
Open to the public, this outdoor playground is a place where kids can learn and explore. Our YMCA preschool, day & kinder camps, and other youth programs also utilize this space.
Community Outdoor Fitness Park Rules
The area closes nightly at 11PM
The entire area is under video surveillance and will be monitored
Follow instructions on equipment for proper use
All children 8 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an individual at least 16 years of age
The Minot Family YMCA is not responsible for accidents
Community Outdoor Fitness Park Contributors
American Bank Center, Orlin & Millie Backes, Kelly & Gail Bickler, Otto Bremer Foundation, Burlington Northern Foundation, City of Minot, Erdal Diri & Alecia Norby, Joel & Connie Feist, First International Bank & Trust, First International Bank & Trust Employees, Hess Corporation, Investors Real Estate Trust, James & Karen Jensen, Klimpel Excavating, Dennis & Jenelle Krueger, KXMC CBS13, Lowes Floral & Garden Center, Lowes Printing, Magic City Financial Group, Midcontinent Foundation, Minot Area Community Foundation, Minot Community Endowment Fund, Minot Family YMCA, Minot Jr. Golf Association, ND Outdoor Heritage Fund, Olive Garden, JC Penney, Prairie Federal Credit Union, Professional Hearing Services, Real Builders, St Joseph's Community Health Foundation, Marv & Barb Semrau, Sertoma Club of Minot, US Bank Foundation, Walmart, and Dick & Judy Winje.