COVID-19 Update

UPDATED 9/2/2020

Dear Valued YMCA Member,

We have been pleased with how Phase 2 of our reopening has gone, although it has lasted much longer anyone anticipated, we are thrilled to begin Phase 3 on September 8th!  We will continue to follow best practices that are being shared by the CDC, YMCA of the USA, and a variety of local and state resources, in order for everyone to remain safe while we redefine normal here at the Y.

Here are the Phase 3 guidelines that will be used at all YMCA of Coastal Carolina locations:


  • Sports Programs: Fall/Spring Youth Soccer, Youth Basketball, Adult Soccer, etc.
  • We have lifted the restrictions guests and members from other YMCAs


  • Hours of Operation
    • Mon – Thu 5AM – 8PM
    • Fri      5AM – 7PM
    • Sat      7AM – 3PM                   
    • Sun      Closed
  • Eliminated the 90-minute daily time limit
  • Increased volume of group exercise classes (land and water) and Child Watch hours. Check with your branch for specific details and schedules.(Schedules are subject to change)

General Guidelines

Staff & members will continue to have a temperature reading upon entering the facility and practice social distancing.  Anyone (members/non members/staff) with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be allowed entry and will not be allowed to return until they are fever-free for 72 hours.

  • Staff & members are required to wear face coverings while in common areas and when entering/exiting the building.
    • Complimentary masks will no longer be provided, but may be purchased at the front desk
  • We will continue to adhere to the guidelines set forth by the CDC as well as state and local authorities in order to protect everyone who enters into one of our facilities. 
  • Reservations are strongly encouraged for classes, lap lanes, and child watch – Click here for details
  • Coffee/water services will remain unavailable at this time
  • Open play in gymnasium will remain unavailable at this time

Thank you for your continued support.

In Service,

Ryan Finney


Regular exercise is one component of a healthy lifestyle that can help reduce stress and prevent illness. While we would love to see you at the Y, we honor and respect each individual’s choice with regard to your health during this time. If you are unable to join us at one of our facilities, we have a variety of at-home exercise options for members.

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