The Summit YMCA is hosting the annual NJ YMCA Deep Freeze Swim Meet from February 11-13. As a result, the Hurst Pool, Buntin Pool & Hubbard Gym will be closed. Parking around the Summit YMCA will be available, but limited. Members may visit the Berkeley Heights YMCA or other local YMCAs as part of their nationwide membership benefit.
Nationwide Member Reciprocity
The Deep Freeze Swim Meet is a closed, inter-association YMCA Invitational meet. YMCA's across the state of New Jersey are invited to compete in a friendly swim meet.
NJ YMCA Deep Freeze Meet
67 Maple Street,
Summit, NJ 07901
(Please enter the back entrance of the Summit YMCA near Cedar Street)
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To ensure a quick check-in process, we suggest you complete our guest waiver prior to your visit. A waiver is required for each swimmer and guest. A parent/guardian must complete the waiver for minor participants under the age of 18.
• Please complete our online guest waiver here.
• Select Swim Team Meet as the Guest Type.
• After you have completed the online guest waiver, check your email for our Guest Entry Pass from the Summit Area YMCA.
• On the day of the event, present your Guest Entry Pass(es) upon check-in. Digital copy will be accepted.
The Summit YMCA is surrounded by various public parking lots to use during the event. Due to the amount of visitors, please review our parking map that includes available parking zones, information about paid parking, proximity to the Summit YMCA, and hours for each parking lot.
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SUMMIT AREA YMCA
In 1886, we were founded as the Young Men's Christian Association, but today, we are The Y. An association that values, and is made stronger by, its diverse people. We stand for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility — For a better us. We are committed to creating equal opportunity for all regardless of gender, age, disability, income, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religious affiliation. We strive to create a welcoming and inclusive culture in which our four core values — responsibility, honesty, caring and respect — are integral to everyday operations.
Each year, as one of the area’s leading 501(c)3 charitable organizations, the Summit Area YMCA serves more than 15,000 individuals with our free and fee-based programs and services in an area spanning the New Jersey communities of Berkeley Heights, Gillette, Millburn, New Providence, Short Hills, Springfield, Stirling and Summit. Our history is rooted in working side-by-side with our neighbors to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Through the generosity of our members, donors, and partners, we are able to offer financial assistance for our programs and services to those in need.