North Family YMCA

624 W. 53rd Street | A collaboration with Davenport North High School | 563.391.7771

Click here for all schedules including Group Ex and Child Watch

North Family YMCA Features

  • A unique collaboration between the YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley and the Davenport Schools
  • Designed to benefit all of Scott County residents cost-efficiently
  • The 50,000-square-foot full facility includes state-of-the-art amenities:
    • 25-yard 8-lane pool
    • Aerobics and strength-training center
    • Special needs/family locker rooms
    • Group exercise and youth development multi-purpose rooms
    • Party Room Rentals Available- access to Gym and Pool with additional amenities available
    • Racquetball courts and gym – some of the nicest in the entire area

      Stop in today for a free tour. It won’t take long to realize that You Belong Here!


Programs offered at the North Y


Child Watch is a fun, safe experience for kids up to age 7 while parents/guardians exercise and take classes!
This add-on service is $10/month for a single child on a household membership, and $15/month for 2 or more children. Ask at your welcome center and we’ll get you and your family signed up and ready to go!


No School/After School


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Still have Questions?

Contact your North Y Staff team by calling 563-391-7771

or click on specific Program Director for further information today!


Click here for information about Personal Training and Group Personal Training at the YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley

Katelyn Bruce
Personal Trainer Program Director
Delanee Hansen
Personal Trainer
Certifications: ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, Genesis Nursing Camp Certification, Stop the Bleed Certified, American Red Cross CPR/AED/ First Aid Certified
Experience in Personal Training and Wellness: I have been training myself since 2016. I have worked with other personal trainers through Athletico and Genesis. I have also worked with a handful of physical therapists in the Quad Cities. I got into Health and Fitness because: I started out exercising on my own to improve my performance in sports. I participated in cross country, basketball, soccer, and track in high school. After having multiple serious injuries, it was time to hang up my jerseys. I wanted to continue to be active and take care of my body. This has led to my pursuit in being the fittest and healthiest version of myself. Something interesting you may not know about me: This past March I was on a pilgrimage in a town called Medugorje located in Bosnia- Herzegovina. I was interviewed by their national news broadcast. The interview was aired across the Bosnia- Herzegovina national news station!
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