YMCA

★★★★☆
  • 230 S Minnesota Ave

    Sioux Falls, SD 57104

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  • 605-336-3190

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I agree with the last comments overall.

A lot to do, and overall a very good place.

Parking is something I constantly hear as an issue, but there is a fairly good sized lot directly across the street, and depending on time of day and day of the week, there are neighboring businesses that allow parking on their lots/ramps, and many metered parking spots that are free after 5 or 530pm within 1 block of the building.

The building is aging though, and could use some serious upgrades and more remodels as finances become available.

The basketball courts were completely resurfaced a few years ago and are very nice. The main locker rooms were recently remodeled as well. The main workout rooms are well equipped with free weights, weight machines, treadmills and other equipment and quite modern.

Still have somethings that need to be done, and as remodeling projects continue and get completed, this will easily become a 5 star facility to me.

There are six racquetball courts and some of them are in poor condition, and desperately need either new floors and/or new lighting in many of them. Courts one and two desperately need to have the floors resurfaced and court two needs additional lighting.

Courts three and four have great floors which were resurfaced a few years ago and are still in excellent condition, but the lighting needs to be upgraded. Court 5 is a squash court, and I have never even seen it, as it is buried in a remote place of the building. Courts six and seven have orange lighting which is very well lit, but the coloring is odd.

Not a single racquetball court has four walls of the same material. Some walls are concrete, some are paneling and each court is a different combination of concrete and paneling, so bounce is somewhat inconsistent from one court to another.

A few years ago, there was talk of installing glass back walls in the courts to allow better viewing, especially during the Lewis Pro-Am Tournament which is an excellent tournament each and every year drawing in top professional and amateur players from around the country, despite the need to repair and remodel some of the courts. I am sure that has been on hold, due to economic issues and budget restrictions.

The Play Space for kids, the Child Watch for infants and Game Room area for older kids, are all very nice, too. The time for kids in the Child Watch, Play Space and Game Room are all provided at no extra charge, for up to 2 hours at a time, with a family membership.

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★★★★☆

I agree with the last comments overall.

A lot to do, and overall a very good place.

Parking is something I constantly hear as an issue, but there is a fairly good sized lot directly across the street, and depending on time of day and day of the week, there are neighboring businesses that allow parking on their lots/ramps, and many metered parking spots that are free after 5 or 530pm within 1 block of the building.

The building is aging though, and could use some serious upgrades and more remodels as finances become available.

The basketball courts were completely resurfaced a few years ago and are very nice. The main locker rooms were recently remodeled as well. The main workout rooms are well equipped with free weights, weight machines, treadmills and other equipment and quite modern.

Still have somethings that need to be done, and as remodeling projects continue and get completed, this will easily become a 5 star facility to me.

There are six racquetball courts and some of them are in poor condition, and desperately need either new floors and/or new lighting in many of them. Courts one and two desperately need to have the floors resurfaced and court two needs additional lighting.

Courts three and four have great floors which were resurfaced a few years ago and are still in excellent condition, but the lighting needs to be upgraded. Court 5 is a squash court, and I have never even seen it, as it is buried in a remote place of the building. Courts six and seven have orange lighting which is very well lit, but the coloring is odd.

Not a single racquetball court has four walls of the same material. Some walls are concrete, some are paneling and each court is a different combination of concrete and paneling, so bounce is somewhat inconsistent from one court to another.

A few years ago, there was talk of installing glass back walls in the courts to allow better viewing, especially during the Lewis Pro-Am Tournament which is an excellent tournament each and every year drawing in top professional and amateur players from around the country, despite the need to repair and remodel some of the courts. I am sure that has been on hold, due to economic issues and budget restrictions.

The Play Space for kids, the Child Watch for infants and Game Room area for older kids, are all very nice, too. The time for kids in the Child Watch, Play Space and Game Room are all provided at no extra charge, for up to 2 hours at a time, with a family membership.

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YMCA is a nice health club & gym although it is a little old. It is located in downtown Sioux Falls, parking is a little bit of a hassle. Nice gym with lots to do!

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YMCA is a nice health club & gym although it is a little old. It is located in downtown Sioux Falls, parking is a little bit of a hassle. Nice gym with lots to do!

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