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YMCA at O.P. Schnabel Park

YMCA at O.P. Schnabel Park
About Us

1988: O.P. Schnabel Park, in a joint project with Little League, Beautify San Antonio, and the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department, was opened under the supervision of the Northwest Branch.

1996: Development of new program sites continued and major renovations to current facilities were initiated as a result of the success of the Major Gifts program. Six million dollars were raised by the Major Gifts program. Service delivery capabilities in northern Bexar and neighboring counties were realized as the Northwest Branch was segmented into three service clusters: Braundera, Wurzbach and Southwest. Facility planning and financial development continued for three urban, outdoor, multipurpose program sites and including Braundera in O.P. Schnabel Park; Camp Davis-Scott on Salado Creek; and Panther Springs in North Central Bexar County. Program concept development begun on new Youth Leadership Development Centers for teens during non-school hours for these facilities.

2008:   January- Braundera Family YMCA opens as a full service facility.

2008:   August- Braundera Family YMCA opens Water Park, Pool and Splash Pad.

2017:   Changed name to YMCA at O.P. Schnabel Park 



YMCA Mission

To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs
that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

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