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In honor of Walter J. Simcock

New England Sports Camps are part of the Alfond Youth & Community Center family.

Overnight Camp - July 25-30
Day Camp - July 26-30

New England Football Camp is for ages 9-13

Traditional Camp Experience

  • 32-acre camp, located on Oakland’s McGrath Pond

  • Open water swimming, boating, archery, arts & crafts, climbing wall

  • New 400-foot zipline

  • New static ropes course

  • Bunk houses for overnight accommodations

  • Campfires, smores & good times!

Sports Instruction

  • Offensive & Defensive position fundamentals, proper blocking & tackling

  • Playbook practices:  basic offense & defensive plays

  • Skills competitions

  • Punt pass & kick competitions

  • NFL Combine drill skills competitions

  • Flag football tournament and championship



207-873-0684 (School Year)

207-465-9321 (June-August)

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July 25-30, 2023

Ages 9-13

Drop off is Sunday at 4:00 pm

Pick up is Friday at 4:00 pm

All meals provided.


Overnight Camp

Day Camp

July 26-30, 2023

Ages 9-13

Drop off Sunday at 4:00 pm

Mon–Fri 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Sun-Thurs pick-up - at end of night game

Fri pick-up at 4:00 pm 

Lunch & dinner provided



Coaching Staff


Isaac LeBlanc, Head Coach

Coach LeBlanc has been the head coach of New England Football Camp since 2011. He serves as head coach of the Waterville High School Varsity Football Team, a position he has held since 2020. 

Coach LeBlanc led the Waterville Panthers to the Northern Maine 8 Man Large Regional Championship title, as well as state championship game appearances in 2021 and 2022. He was also the recipient of the Maine Football Coaches Association Michael Haley Coach of the Year - 8 Man Large School in 2022. 

A USA Football Certified Coach, he has coached and administered Waterville Youth Football since 2011. Coach LeBlanc received his Bachelor's Degree in Sport Management and Master of Business Administration from Thomas College, graduating in 2012. Prior to attending Thomas College, he attended Jay High School where he played football from 2003-2006 as a Quarterback and Linebacker.

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