If you’re looking for a summer of traditional camp fun, then Camp Finberg is the place to be! Situated at the Y’s Norton Outdoor Center with more than 80 pristine acres of woodlands and fields, Camp Finberg offers the ultimate day camp experience. Our traditional camp program is staffed by a team of highly trained, energetic young adults with a love for kids and the great outdoors.

Camp Finberg includes an eight-lane outdoor swimming pool, pavilion, bath house with changing rooms and showers, camp lodge athletic fields, basketball courts, volleyball court, archery range, hiking trails, and a ropes challenge course.

fortLocation: Norton Outdoor Center
290 West Main Street , Norton
In Season: 508-222-7292
Off Season: 508-226-7700

Camp Director: Steve Beane

Get ready for the Summer of 2017!

We can’t wait to welcome everyone back to camp this summer! Learn more about the upcoming summer in our 2017 Camp Guide.

Camp Finberg Parent Handbook 2017

Bitty Camp

Ages: 3-6 

A coed group that introduces all of the wonderful opportunities our day camp has to offer. Participate in all of the same activities as our older campers at a modified level with a higher counselor-to-camper ratio of 1:5. Your child will be grouped with 10 campers of the same age and two counselors throughout the day. Join us for a swim lesson, learn about nature and the great outdoors, create memorable arts and crafts, and make new friends. Please note that all children must be toilet-trained in order to attend camp.

> Half-Day Program for 3 Year Olds – TUE, WED, THU 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

> Half-Day Program for 4 Year Olds – MON-FRI 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

> Full-Day Program for 4-6 Year Olds – MON-FRI 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

noodlesTraditional Day Camp

Ages: 7-14
Monday-Friday  8:00-4:00 a.m.

A coed day camp consisting of instructional and fun activities, including field sports, water sports, arts & crafts, swim lessons, archery, hiking, and much more! Themed weeks provide special events and innovative activities throughout each session. Staff ratio: 1 counselor for every 10 campers.

> Week 1 – June 19-23 (flexible daily registration)

> Weeks 2-10 – June 26-August 25 (weekly registration)

> Week 11 – August 28-September 1 (flexible daily registration)

Specialty Camps at Camp Finberg

Camp Finberg also offers a variety of specialty camp options throughout the summer, including Art Camp, Nature, Science, and Drama. For more information, please see our Specialty Camps page.

Before and After Care

Extend the camp day to include before- or after-camp care. Our staff will greet your child at camp bright and early or continue the camp fun long into the afternoon.

> Before Care – 7:00-8:00 a.m.

> After Care – 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Bus Transportation

For a fee of $10 per week, you can register for our optional bus program, which includes transportation to and from Camp Finberg for full-day campers. Our staff serves as a monitor throughout the route. Bus stop locations are available in Attleboro and Norton. Please note the bus transportation is not available Weeks 1 and 11.

> Bus Transportation – Weeks 2-10

Leaders in Training Program

Ages: 14-15
Monday-Friday  8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

The “Leader in Training” program is a leadership development opportunity for eligible older youth. Campers will work with a specialized LIT Director to take part in various camp and community related projects designed to help build character, confidence, and leadership skills. Campers will learn the importance of responsibility and assist with various camp related activities such as opening and closing announcements. Campers will also be invited to take part in any and all traditional camp activities throughout the day such as swimming, sports, crafts, archery, field trips, and more. This program also includes a Friday field trip just for our LITs!

> LIT Program – July & August

Counselors in Training Program

Ages: 15-16

The Camp Finberg “Counselor in Training” program works with individuals who are interested in serving in a volunteer role to develop the skills needed to excel as a top-notch camp counselor or to take on any community leadership role.  CIT positions are offered on an application and selection basis by the Youth and Teen Director Nate Packert. Applications may be submitted from March 1 – May 31 to npackert@attleboroymca.org.

> CIT Application

> CIT Program – July & August

3 ways to register for camp:

1 – Online.

The easiest (and greenest) way to register for our summer camps! From our online registration site, you can register, make your deposit payment, and fill out your camper’s information – all in one convenient shot. Please note that you will have to fill out all of your camper’s pickup information and medical history at registration, so be sure to set aside enough time at your convenience.

The only thing you’ll have left to do is send in your child’s physical forms via email to pflanagan@attleboroymca.org, by secure fax to (888) 233-4384 or mail at least two weeks prior to your child’s first day at camp.

2 – By mail.

Send in your preferred camp’s Registration Form along with your deposit payment to:

Attleboro YMCA
63 North Main Street
Attleboro, MA 02703
Attn: Camp Registrar

> Camp Finberg Registration Form

> Camp Pleasant Registration Form

> Camp Lees Pond Registration Form 

> Specialty Camps at the Downtown Branch Registration Form

Your child’s physical form is due prior to your child’s first day at camp. This can be sent in via email to pflanagan@attleboroymca.org, by secure fax to (888) 233-4384 or by mail.

3 – At the Y.

Bring in your preferred camp’s Registration Form with your deposit payment to either the Attleboro Y’s Downtown Branch or Pleasant Street Branch.

Your child’s physical form is due prior to your child’s first day at camp. This can be sent in via email to pflanagan@attleboroymca.org, by secure fax to (888) 233-4384 or by mail.