The Neighborhood House

NHH Community Fitness Room

Fitness RoomLocated on the lower level of the building, The Neighborhood House offers a workout area featuring state of the art strength and cardio equipment, while still maintaining a warm, welcoming atmosphere.  Additionally, a studio space is conveniently located adjacent to the Fitness Room, providing an ideal spot for classes such as Indoor Cycling and Yoga.  For more information regarding the Fitness Room, class offerings, or Personal Training, please contact Health & Fitness Director, Debra Neal.Fitness Room

Registration forms are available in the Main Office of The Neighborhood House during normal business hours, or by clicking here.

Upon registration, you will recieve a computerized access card, which will allow you to enter the space even during non-business hours. When your membership expires, this card will stop working, and you will need to renew your membership.

For those who are new to "working out," one-time oreintation sessions to familiarize yourself with the various pieces of equipment are available at no charge. Personal Training services are also available throughout the year, but must be scheduled ahead of time.


Fitness Room Hours

5:00am - 10:00pm, 7 days a week

Membership Rates (Updated 1/1/18):

Fitness Rates

Special rates are also available for employees of the Town of Mt. Desert and AOS 91, as well as volunteer first-responders. Please contact us for information.

Program & Event Calendar

The Neighborhood House Calendar

There is always a lot going on at The Neighborhood House, and we're always looking to add more!

If you have an idea for a program or activity, please stop by, give us a call, or drop us an email

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Show Your Support for NHH

The Neighborhood House depends on private financial support so that it may continue to provide a wide array of programs and events to the entire community throughout the year. Any gift, no matter the size, is greatly appreciated and will aid us in achieving that goal. Equally important are the volunteers, without whom non of this would be possible.