Members have access to the indoor pool, fitness equipment and walking/running track. The fitness floor may be used by ages 12 and up. Participants aged 12-15 must either have a parent accompany them at all times in the fitness floor or must complete our free Junior Fitness class. This class may be scheduled at the fitness desk.
Members who are residents have priority registration for programs, and receive the lowest pricing on all group fitness class cards, Spinning, Yoga, and Pilates. At this time, guest passes can only be used for the Fitness Floor and not for aquatics.
|Child (3 yrs and up) - $8|
|Adult - $8|
|Senior Citizen (60 yrs and up) - $6|
|Military - $5|
|Type of Membership||Resident||Non-Resident|
|Teen (12-17 yrs)||$160||$208|
|Individual + youth (3-11 yrs)||$380||$494|
|Household of Two||$420||$546|
|Household of Three||$495||$644|
|Household of Four||$570||$741|
|Additional Person (after 4)||$50||$65|
Tivity Silver Sneakers, PRIME, and Optum Renew Active members receive a no-cost membership, which includes all member benefits. Eligibility for these insurance–based programs can be confirmed at the Community or Griswold Center customer service desks.
There are many benefits to employers whose employees exercise regularly. Exercise lowers health care costs, reduces stress, improves productivity, concentration, morale, and reduces the number of absences. Please contact Customer Service Supervisor Kacie Speck for rates or more information at Kacie.Speck@worthington.org or by calling (614) 436–2743.
Annual Memberships are valid for one year from date of purchase. Monthly payment options, debited directly from your bank account, are available for the purchase of annual memberships for a small additional fee. See Customer Service for complete details.
Monthly Memberships are valid for 30 days from date of purchase. The cost of a Monthly Membership can be applied to an Annual Membership if converted before the Monthly Membership expires.
*A Senior Citizen is defined as someone 60 years of age or older.