As part of the Y’s cause for youth development, our summer camps provide a welcoming, encouraging environment for kids to embark on new adventures – forging new friendships, discovering new talents and achievements, and opening their eyes to new possibilities for the future.


Registration is open for select programs and weeks. Some of our age groups have now moved to a waiting list. Click on your preferred camp for details.

> 2022 Camp Brochure

> Parent/Camper Handbook

Our Camps



It’s amazing what new discoveries you make when you look up from your screen and experience the world around you! Camp summers offer kids a chance to unplug – but not just from technology. Camp also gives kids a mental and emotional break from school and other pressures they might experience outside of camp.


At camp, we rarely stand still. We want kids to explore it all! Whether it’s hiking through the trails, venturing to new heights on the ropes course, or exploring a new sports skill, we know that trying something new and succeeding boosts our kids’ confidence and helps them look forward to new challenges.


Now more than ever, it’s critical for our camps to help kids develop positive and engaging relationships. Through values-based lessons and collaborative activities, campers learn to work together and to overcome challenges in proactive, constructive ways. To support our campers’ emotional well-being, our staff work intentionally to help kids connect to each other and to our camp community.

Our Camps offer:

  • Curriculum of fun, engaging activities

Each day at camp offers a balance of activities that expose campers to new age-appropriate, challenging, and fun experiences. From active games to group challenges and creative projects, our camps offer fun-filled days that promote physical activity, creativity, learning, and teamwork in a welcoming atmosphere.

  • Highly trained staff of professional role models

Our enthusiastic crew of camp staff leads campers in their daily activities. We select our camp staff based on their experience, attitude, skills, and ability to demonstrate the YMCA’s core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. All of our counselors attend an intensive staff training once they’ve completed our Y’s rigorous screening process, which includes criminal and sexual offender background checks (CORI and SORI).

  • Focus on water safety

At the YMCA, we prioritize water safety all year round. That especially extends to our summer camps. That’s why swim lessons are included in our camp programs. At camp, recreational swimming is monitored closely by our lifeguards and program staff, and all swimmers must demonstrate their swimming competency before swimming without flotation assistance or moving into the deeper parts of the pools.

  • Extended camp days

While our standard camp day is 8:30am-4:30 pm, we know that working families sometimes require longer days of care. You can choose to extend your child’s camp day to 7:00am-6:00 pm.

  • Bus transportation included in the camp fee

Camp Finberg offers bus transportation to and from camp with a number of conveniently located bus stops throughout Attleboro and Norton. > Learn more.

  • Inclusion support

With our camp inclusion program, we aim to extend a positive, engaging, and fulfilling summer camp experience for children of all abilities. All of our summer camps and specialty programs offer inclusion for children with a variety of developmental and behavioral needs. In our camp inclusion program model, all children are fully integrated into our camp programs and camp groups with additional supports and modifications as necessary. > Learn more.

Important Camp Dates

Camp Open Houses:
April 9, 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
May 14, 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
June 4, 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Deadline for Financial Assistance Applications: June 4
> Financial Assistance Application

Camp Dates:
Kindergarten Camp: June 6-10
Camp Finberg: June 13-September 2
Specialty Camps: June 20-August 26

Registration Deadlines:
May 1 – Sibling Discount
June 4 – To guarantee your child’s spot

Camp Bus Transportation – Included in your camp fee!

In the summer of 2022, the Attleboro Norton YMCA will offer nine weeks of bus transportation to our summer camp programs at Camp Finberg.

Although registration is required, there is no additional fee for your child to ride the camp bus this year!

We’ve updated our routes to make sure that there’s a stop convenient to you.

Please note that the bus pickup and drop-off times are our best estimation and are subject to change. 

Transportation Dates: MON-FRI, June 20-August 26

Attleboro Bus Route

La Salette Shrine, Attleboro – 7:00 am / 5:45 pm
Dodgeville Pool, Attleboro – 7:10 am / 5:35 pm
Coelho Middle School, South Attleboro – 7:22 am / 5:20 pm
Capron Park, Memorial parking lot – 7:32 am / 5:05 pm
Willett School, Attleboro – 7:37 am / 5:00 pm
Downtown YMCA – 7:42 am / 4:50 pm

Norton Bus Route

Sunhill / Bay Street, Norton – 7:15 am / 5:10 pm
Norton Commerce Center, Commerce Way, Norton – 7:20 am / 5:05 pm
123 / 495 Market (Pizza Tyme/Dunkin Donuts market at 246 E Main Street), Norton – 7:30 am / 4:55 pm
Great Woods Shopping Center (Rte 140, 175 Mansfield Ave, former Roche Bros area), Norton – 7:35 am / 4:50 pm
Yelle School, Norton – 7:40 am / 4:45 pm

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 Annual Campaign.

To apply, please fill out the Y’s Camp Financial Aid Form and return it with all the required support materials by June 4, 2022. Your application can be submitted via email to or via mail to Camp Financial Assistance, Attleboro Norton YMCA, 63 North Main Street, Attleboro, MA 02703.