This is one of the great places on the North Shore where kids can bowl, eat a slice of pizza and hit the arcade for some pinball and video games. Tony G's is open for pizza and food and the bowling alley serves wine and beer for adults. Friday night Super Cosmic Bowling features a glow-in-the-dark atmosphere complete with rope lights and a fog machine.
Kids birthday party packages are available too.
Fitness Center with Hoist Roc-It weight training circuit, a variety of cardiovascular machines including treadmills, plate-loaded weight training equipment and free weights. LCD TVs with Cardiotheater enhance the friendly atmosphere. Find a wide variety of group exercise classes in our Aerobics studio including spinning, Zumba, yoga, Pilates, dance and more.
Jr. Olympic size Swimming Pool with diving board and slide. At least one lap lane available for adults all day. Aqua aerobics classes, swim lessons, swim team, SCUBA and family fun time.
Bonkers Funhouse is a restaurant and pizza place "where family fun and great food com together". Nominated by Nickelodeon fans as the "best indoor play space", Bonkers offers heaps of great family fun. With plenty of arcade games, a huge maze, carousel, a Ferris wheel, a skeeball alley, air hockey tables, and even Kiddie City for toddlers under 3.
Unlimited all day Rides & Maze Pass $15 per child
Monday - Wednesday Rides/Maze Pass $12 per child
*except school vacations and all major holidays.
Kiddie City for Toddlers under 3 is free.
The Sterling YMCA started on donated land by the family of Lester O. Sterling in 1958, to serve as a youth day camp. Construction of an indoor, six-lane 25 yard pool and locker rooms were completed in 1978. A fitness area and indoor running track were added to the aquatic center in 1980 and two dance studios in 1988. The Sterling YMCA continues to operate a summer camp, Camp Sterling Woods, behind this full facility each year that gives 350 children a week the chance to experience an exciting day camp adventure.
In response to greater serve the needs of teens in the Greater Beverly community; the Beverly YMCA and the City of Beverly formed the Beverly Youth Collaboration. Since 1996 the collaboration has provided guidance for our two teen dedicated facilities the McPherson Youth Center and Douglas Stephens Teen Center.
The Haverhill YMCA is quickly turning into one of the most popular spots in town. It seems that EVERYONE is going to The Y because it has so much to offer. We have plenty of options for children and adults of all ages to lead a healthy lifestyle and hundreds of programs for someone to find their passion or learn that all important life skill.
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