at the Gleason Family YMCA
Welcome to camp!
Camp Nep-In-Nae is located at the Gleason Family YMCA. We offer a wide variety of camp activities, with our main features being our outdoor and indoor swimming pools, outdoor high and low ropes course, indoor climbing wall, and full-size gymnasium.
Camp Nep-in-Nae provides a traditional outdoor summer camp experience with our woods-based camp, recently updated archery range, hiking trails, and storybook trail for our youngest campers. We have a greater focus on specialty camps than ever before, providing campers an opportunity to share their passion and build relationships with staff and other campers.
- Ages: Children entering kindergarten through age 15
- Financial assistance available
- EEC contracted slots
- PACE vouchers accepted
- Transportation: Parents/Guardians are responsible for providing transportation to and from the program site
- Lunch is provided to all campers daily
– Discounts must be applied manually for online registrations. Please email your camp director to confirm registration and receive an updated invoice.
A 2021 camp application, auto draft authorization, health history, annual physical exam and immunization record are mandatory for every camper who attends camp.
YCares Financial Assistance: At the Y, we know that every child can benefit from camp. We also know that not all children have what they need to thrive. That’s why together, with the generous support of our donors, we provide camp scholarships for families who need us most. If your family needs assistance, let us help. At the Y, no one is turned away because of an inability to pay.
|2021 Camp Rates||Member||Program Participants|
Kayak, Dance, Acro, Cheer
Sailing (2 Week Session)
|Counselor in Training (CIT)
8 Week Session
Behind the Name
“Wampanoag” is defined as “People of the Dawn,” which alludes to how living on the eastern coast made them the first people to see the sun rise every morning. Wareham’s native name is “Nepinnae Kekit”, which translates to “summer home.” Historically, Wampanoag people lived in this area during the summer months to fish and have access to waterways, and it remains a part of Wareham culture, as it is used on the town seal along with an image of a Wampanoag canoe.