Opened in 2000 and located on 55 wooded acres, the John C. Cudahy YMCA is an ideal setting for a retreat, child care or preschool experience. Enjoy the beauty of our natural setting - close to the city, yet it's not uncommon to see deer running outside the windows.
Located on 55 wooded acres, the Northwest YMCA (formerly the John C. Cudahy YMCA is an ideal setting for a retreat or a place to learn a new skill and expand your creativity. Enjoy the beauty of our natural setting - close to the city, yet it's not uncommon to see deer running outside the windows. Plan your next event in our facility or send your child to our enriching child care center or day camp.
The Northwest YMCA is also home to the Miracle League of Milwaukee, Milwaukee's first universally-accessible baseball league for children with physical and mental disabilities. The Miracle League of Milwaukee allows all children to play organized baseball, regardless of ability. The Miracle League Complex opened August 2011.
From downtown Milwaukee, take
I-43 North to Brown Deer Road
Exit on Brown Deer Road West
Travel West to Swan Road
(formerly 91st Street)
Turn right (North) on Swan Road
Turn right (East) at the John C. Cudahy
YMCA entrance and follow signs
John C. Cudahy YMCA is on the left
(West) side of the road