Carroll County YMCA Programs


The purpose of this Association is to promote a fellowship of youth, women, men and families for the purpose of improving the Spiritual, Intellectual, Physical and Social Welfare of the Youth of Carroll County  and Vicinity. To meet these goals CCYMCA offers the programs described below.

Area schools enjoy the Camp Huckins Ropes Course as a team building activity. The ropes course is available to schools in the spring and fall. Staff from the CCYMCA assists and volunteers for many area activities, such as soccer coaching at the local school and teaching skiing with the Eastern Slope Ski Club.

YMCA Short Sports
This is a fall program on Thursday mornings at the North Conway Community Center. The class runs from 10:00 am  to 11:00 for six weeks. The cost per child is $50.00.  The program offers a wide variety of activities for four and five year olds to help develop their motor coordination, balance, hand-eye coordination and socialization skills through use of various equipment. A playgroup atmosphere will be geared towards the child’s total development and is designed to provide an enjoyable experience for the child. The program will introduce different sports and the participants will enjoy skills and drills and fun activities having to do with the week’s sport. Short Sports will start on September 2021. Registration is required.

YMCA Squeaky Sneakers
This is a program for children age 18 months and 3 and their parents/caregiver. Each class includes a variety of activities to help develop motor coordination, balance, hand-eye coordination and socialization skills.  Typically, ten week sessions are offered in the fall and spring and the cost is $50 ($25 for siblings). Due to Covid-19, the fall classes will be modified for the safety of all participants- 7 weeks of outside classes and activity modifications. The fall session at the North Conway Community Center will begin in September 2021. Classes will be on Tuesdays from 9:30 to 10:15 am or 10:30 to 11:15 am.  Please email [email protected] for more information. Registration is required.

YMCA Squeaky Swimmers

This is a 6 week, learn-to-swim program for children and their parents offered each spring with a focus on safety, practice and play. Children must be 18 months of age to participate. Offered in the Spring.

YMCA Youth And Government
This program gives an opportunity for students of Kennett High, Kingswood Regional, and Moultonborough Academy  to join over 300 students from across the state to study New Hampshire’s government. Participants assume the roles of legislators, senators, judges, lobbyists, etc. This mock legislation takes place over 3 days each spring.  InformationForms: