Lakeshore is open to members and currently following its COVID-19 Staged Reopening Plan. Click to learn more.


Interested in becoming a new member? Just go to our Application & Forms page to get started. You may also stop by during operating hours for an application and more information. Tours are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. No appointment is necessary.

Exercise is important for everyone to maintain their health, but it is imperative for those with a physical disability or chronic health condition.

Lakeshore Foundation’s fitness, recreation and athletic programs offer unparalleled health and wellness opportunities to people with physical disabilities and chronic health conditions such as spinal cord injury, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, stroke, limb loss, diabetes, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and visual impairment. Individuals age 60 and over are also eligible to join. Family members of eligible individuals who live in their immediate household may also enroll in membership.

Our facility includes a heated indoor aquatics center, featuring two pools; a 6,000 square foot fitness area with free-weights, strength training, cardio machines, and group exercise studio; a three-court gym and indoor Olympic MONDO® surface 200-meter track in our spacious fieldhouse; six-lane archery and marksmanship range; and newly renovated spacious men’s and women’s locker room facilities including five private assisted dressing rooms and two poolside bathrooms. Your membership includes access to all areas of the facility, as well as all land-based and aquatics classes and youth, athletics and recreation programs.