archeryA Summer To Remember

Camp Pleasant offers an ideal summer camp setting with scenic outdoor grounds, indoor swimming pool, hiking trails, recreational field, outdoor pavilion and more. The Camp Pleasant program offers flexible registration options from two to five days per week, so you can choose the schedule that best fits your family’s needs. To help make each day a new and exciting experience for our campers, we offer weekly themes, special events, and diverse activities available each day.

Location: Pleasant Street Branch
537 Pleasant Street
Attleboro, MA 02703

Camp Director: Stephanie Bryant


Get ready for the Summer of 2017!

Camp registration is now open! We can’t wait to welcome everyone back to camp this summer. Learn more about the upcoming summer in our 2017 Camp Guide or visit us at one of our Camp Open Houses.

Camp Pleasant Themes & Field Trips 2017

Camp Open Houses: Saturdays, 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

May 6, June 3

Kiddy Camp

Ages: 4 and 5

A fun and creative camping experience for older preschool boys and girls, offered in a half-day or full-day format. Under the direction of a caring and responsible staff, the campers participate in daily crafts, music, story, and recreational swimming activities in a safe, positive, and enriching environment. 1:5 staff-camper ratio.

> Kiddy Camp – Half Day (8 a.m.-12 p.m.) Rates & online registration

> Kiddy Camp – Full Day (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) – Rates & online registration

football-faceJunior Camp

Ages: 6 to 8 / Entering Grades 1-3
The youngest school-age division at Camp Pleasant offers campers a wide variety of nature, sports, crafts, and specialty activities supervised by our energetic staff! Juniors will begin their camping experience by helping to develop their own village camp site complete with forts, handmade signs, and of course, camp cheers! 1:10 staff-camper ratio.

> Junior Camp (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) – Rates & online registration

> Add Before Camp (7-8 a.m.)

> Add After Camp (4-6 p.m.)

Senior Camp

Ages: 9 to 11 / Entering Grades 4-6
The Senior Camp division offers a camp experience that includes all the elements of the Junior Camp in a more progressive and mature environment. Campers will be introduced to more advanced specialized camping programs and activities, including camp challenges, nature hikes, and team-building initiatives. 1:10 staff-camper ratio.

> Senior Camp (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) – Rates & online registration

> Add Before Camp (7-8 a.m.)

> Add After Camp (4-6 p.m.)

older-girlsExplorer Camp

Ages: 12 to 14 / Entering Grades 7-9
The Explorer Camp experience is only limited by the enthusiasm and creativity of the campers and staff. This camp division provides the older camper with an introduction to leadership development and social awareness through advanced activities including environmental sensitivity, community service, and team-building. Explorers will be given the opportunity to help organize campwide events, such as talent shows, scavenger hunts, and more. 1:10 staff-camper ratio.

> Explorer Camp – Rates & online registration

> Add Before Camp (7-8 a.m.)

> Add After Camp (4-6 p.m.)

Leader in Training Program

Ages: 14-15

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. Register for the month of July or August or both!

> LIT – Rates & online registration

Counselor in Training Program

Ages: 14-16

The Camp Pleasant “Counselor in Training” program is a leadership development opportunity for eligible older youth, ages 14 to 16, who are interested in serving a volunteer apprenticeship during the summer to learn the basics of a camp counselor position. Under the guidance and supervision of the assigned camp head counselors, the Counselor in Training will assist in the daily activities and supervision of the campers. Counselor in Training positions are offered on an application and selection basis by the Camp Director, scheduled on an as needed daily schedule based on camp registration, and contingent on quality of work, positive attitude, and commitment to the position. Application and registration required.

> CIT Application

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, 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, 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, by secure fax to (888) 233-4384 or by mail.

Camp Financial Assistance

Because we’re for youth development, the Attleboro Y believes that every child should have access to the magical, life-changing experience of camp. In keeping with our cause and mission, we offer financial aid assistance to qualified families and individuals through the Y’s Best Friends Campaign.

To apply, please fill out the Y’s Camp Financial Aid Form and return it with all the required support materials by June 1, 2017. Your application can be submitted via email to or via mail to Peepers Flanagan, Camp Registrar, Attleboro YMCA, 63 North Main Street, Attleboro, MA 02703.

Due to the overwhelming number of applicants we receive each year, we are only able to award two weeks of financial assistance per child to make sure that as many children can attend camp as possible. You will be informed by mail if you qualify for a campership. If a partial campership is given, you will be required to pay your share of the fee at the Y at least 10 days before your child attends camp.

Please note: Any program discounts you might receive through the Y’s Membership for All program do not apply to camp programs. You will need to apply specifically for financial assistance for camp.