Wild River Fitness is currently associated with six insurance providers for the purpose of fitness center frequent visitor reimbursement.

Most Commonly Reimbursed Insurances:

  • HealthPartners
  • Medica
  • Preferred One
  • UCare

Please check with your individual insurance providers to verify coverage as not all coverage packages offer fitness center reimbursement benefits. Each insurance carrier reimburses at a different rate, but usually 12 visits to WRF per month is required to receive the benefit of $20 reimbursement . Only one visit per day is counted. Reimbursement is direct deposited into a savings or checking account provided by you, and usually takes up to four to six weeks after the end of the month to see it in your account. WRF partners with NIHCA (National Independent Health Club Association) to track visits and reimburse members. See how to enroll in NIHCARewards below.

Enroll for Fitness Reimbursement

If your insurance carrier verifies Wild River Fitness is an approved health club and you are eligible for fitness reimbursement benefits, there are 2 ways to enroll yourself in the program. You may enroll yourself online (see link below) or complete the paperwork at WRF with member services (a copy of your insurance card and a voided check or account information will be required).

Senior Membership Options

WRF participates in the SilverSneakers®, Silver and Fit®, and Renew Active™ programs for Medicare-aged members. Members must be enrolled in participating insurance companies.

Insurance-Based Memberships

Tivity Prime® Fitness and Active and Fit® programs are also recognized at Wild River Fitness. You may be eligible if your employer or health plan partners with Prime Fitness or AshLink. For more information, visit the links below:

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