Active Generations - Senior Center in Sioux Falls SD

General Information

Active Generations
2300 West 46th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57105
(605) 336-6722
Contact Name
Gerald Beninga
Email address
Active Generations is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting positive aging for adults. We provide social, physical, educational and outreach programs that enhance our members’ lives and our communities. Our state-of-the-art fitness center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, features the latest equipment and exercise programs to promote life-long health. Over 1,000 Active Generations members volunteer in a variety of ways to assist people throughout our communities. Joining Active Generations is the proactive way to getting the most out of life.
Membership Information
Social Membership (plus tax): 1-Year: Single $40, Married Couple $70, 3-Year: Single $110, Married Couple $195, 5-year: Single $175, Married Couple $325, Lifetime: Single $400, Married Couple $700; Fitness Membership (plus tax): Pay Per Month: Single $15 Married Couple $30, Pay Per Quarter: Single $39 Married Couple $78, Pay Yearly: Single $120 Married Couple $240, Pool Room: $6/mo, Table Tennis: $4/mo.
Clubs and activities; Nutrition program and daily meals; Educational opportunities; Computer classes; Employment resource center; Volunteer opportunities; Regular events and gatherings; Social opportunities; Trips and travel; Fun
Age requirements
18+ years
Operation Time
Mon - Thurs: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm, Fri: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm, Sat: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Senior Centers Nearby

Hartford Senior Citizens Center

119 N. Main Avenue | Hartford SD 57033 | 12.3 miles away

Meals are served at the Senior Citizens Center at 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. The menu is not the same as the Center for Active Generations in Sioux Falls. Our meals are prepared by Dawn at "The Goat" Bar & Grill. To order meals call Dawn at 528-6040 the day before you wish to eat Monday th

Reviews: There are 1 reviews for this provider.
Rated 1 star by Daughter on 2018-11-12 15:44:46
Comment: My mother offered to volunteer at Active Generations with the bazaar. When she arrived, nobody knew how to help her and get her to the place she was needed. Pat was in a meeting so my mother waited and waited, even jumping on the treadmill for a few minutes. Pat never did show up to guide her as a volunteer. My mother was very frustrated they she wasn't able to help. Also the gal that is usually at the front desk couldn't tell my mother what the $40 membership was for per year. It's too bad that we have people wanting to volunteer only to have a bad experience with staff and other volunteers. Very disorganized
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