2200 Route 286
Pittsburgh, PA 15239
Facility Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday: 5:45 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday: 5:45 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 7:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Child Watch Hours of Operation
Monday – Saturday: 8:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Monday – Thursday: 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Family Swim Hours
Plum High School: 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Monday & Wednesday
Franklin Regional Middle School: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday
Holiday Facility Hours & Closures
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Eve: Open 6 am-12 pm
- Christmas Day
- New Year’s Eve: Open 6 am-12 pm
- New Year’s Day: Open 10 am-1 pm
- Easter Sunday
- Memorial Day: Facility Closed, Pool Open: 10 am-6 pm
- Independence Day: Facility Closed, Pool Open: 10 am-6 pm
- Labor Day: Facility Closed, Pool Open: 10 am-6 pm
Kelli McIntyre, Executive Director
Bonnie Tague, Child Care Director – Preschool Child Care & Y-Tots
Ben Raible, Director of Youth Development
Shawn Haupt, Aquatics Director
Amy Hansmann, Membership Coordinator
Nicole Roberts, Child Care Coordinator – School Age & Summer Day Camp
Coleen Bortz, Healthy Living Cooridnator
View Our Program Guide for details on the following offerings:
- Child Watch
- Preschool Care and Programs
- School age Child Care
- Swim Lessons, Stroke Clinics and Swim Team (www.espyswimming.com)
- Summer Day Camp
- Youth Sports
- Adventure Guides, Parent/Child Programs
- Family Swim
- Personal Training
- Group Exercise Classes
- Adult Swim Lessons
- Silver Sneakers®
The East Suburban Family YMCA has been serving the communities of Plum, Murrysville, Delmont, Oakmont, and portions of Harrison City and Monroeville for over 40 years. Our services, predominately focused on youth and family programs, have impacted the lives of thousands of people young and old through the years.
Sampson Family Y – Expansion Project
A Message from Kristy Sampson Rodriguez
In the early 1970’s a local builder donated a piece of land off of Route 286 to the YMCA. He knew that his local community needed a space where families and individuals could come together. In 1975, the YMCA was built and continues to over a thousand families every year. That builder was my grandfather, Orin Sampson and after 35 years, our family still sees the tremendous benefit the Y provides to the community. In 1995, the YMCA underwent a renovation and my father, Myles Sampson, supported the efforts because he saw the benefits the Y had for the community and for business. Today, three years after my dad lost his battle with cancer; our family has decided to continue supporting the YMCA. Knowing my dad, he would not have wanted his name on a building, but for us, it is a way to honor him and his legacy of giving back to the community he lived in. We are so excited about the possibilities this expansion holds for it’s current member and for future generations of members to come. Please help us in honoring my dad, and in helping us to create a healthier happier community.
Be a part of strengthening our community.
Completed forms can be mailed to:
YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh, Sampson Family Y
420 Fort Duquesne Boulevard, Suite 625
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
These timeless programs assist the parent and school age child on a journey of discovery. While activities with the whole family are important, there is tremendous value in supporting and strengthening the ability of a parent and their child to communicate at an early age. Y Guides and Princesses can be for one parent and child or grandparent and child. Typical activities include games, crafts, songs, stories, skits, camping, hiking and swimming.