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Want more campers this year?
The WordPress themes for summer camps included in this collection have been made just for you. They have fun and beautiful designs and tons of customization options.
With the built-in appointment managers and eCommerce capabilities, you can do more than make a pretty website. You can really grow your business with these themes.
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Summer camp WordPress themes
Only responsive WordPress themes with outstanding customer reviews have been included here. You’ll have no trouble creating an awesome new website with one of these premium templates.Here are my top picks for best summer camp WordPress themes for 2020.
1. The Mounty by Ancora Themes (Themeforest)
The Mounty is a gorgeous WordPress theme for the modern camping organization. Publish events, allow visitors to schedule visits, and signup young campers for your next season.
A nice feature in The Mounty is its WooCommerce compatibility. You can add a complete eCommerce store to your site or use the payment processing to sell services. Both physical and digital product sales are possible.
This summer camp WP theme has lots of cool page transitions that make each section feel unique. There’s also great iconograph and plenty of color throughout every part of the site. Use The Mounty to create a simple but beautiful camping website.
2. SevenHills by Ancora Themes (Themeforest)
SevenHills has a clean and friendly style. It would be a great choice for making a website for a summer camp, outdoor activities, and other camp services.
If you publish content regularly, you’ll enjoy all the different layouts and content sections available in this theme. You can keep an active blog, add photos from around the campgrounds, and add camp alumni.
A lot of themes only introduce one color throughout the template, but SevenHills has a nice variety of colors. The colors are fully customizable via the Live Customizer along with a host of other options including the fonts, layouts, and logo.
SevenHills enjoys an average 4.81/5.00 rating from 16 customer reviews. Find out what they love about this summer camp WordPress theme.
3. Redwoods by TemplateMonster
Use the Redwoods theme to build a simple website for your summer camp and activities center. You’ll have an easy time advertising the offers and advantages of your organization.
Add a custom logo and menu to the header to be displayed prominently on every page. Dropdown menus and mega menus are supported too, so you can add more pages and complexity if needed.
One cool feature in this theme is the MotoPress Slider. It’s used to create the slider featured on the homepage of the demo site and comes with tons of practical customization settings. You can also add feeds from social sites using the built-in social options. If you need your site to be multilingual, you’ll appreciate the full compatibility with the WPML translation plugin.
4. Hello Summer by Axiom Themes (Themeforest)
If you’re looking for a theme with a very fun and stylish presentation, you’ll love Hello Summer. This theme has a premium look that visitors will find both professional and inviting.
One aspect of the design that really sets it apart are the icons. The camp-related icons you see in the demo site all come with Hello Summer. There are also hundreds of regular fonts to choose from, mega menus, and shortcodes.
Beyond the basic customization features, Hello Summer has some pretty advanced tools. There’s an online appointment manager that lets visitors schedule a tour. There are also contact and registration forms, pre-made pages, and tons of page sections for custom page building.
Use Hello Summer to build an awesome website for a kids activity center, camping facility, or summer camp.
5. Kids Summer by TemplateMonster
Kids Summer has a more professional style than the other themes listed here. Its presentation is slick and looks very modern across all devices, from iPhones to widescreen monitors.
This will be a good theme to choose if you want to make a simple website with a few pages about your summer camp. One of the main pages highlighted in the demo site is the gallery. There are four different designs each with a different number of image columns. The photos can also be categorized and filtered instantly via the category links above them.
Kids Summer has a practical set of customization settings. You can choose the sidebar position, change the font sizes, and choose from 8 different post formats when publishing new posts on the blog.
Which summer camp theme is best for you?
While all the themes included here are great, SevenHills and The Mounty stand out. Both of them have fun and beautiful styles, and a feature set that will let you easily customize the site to your liking.
If you’re not sure which to pick, check out our guide on selecting a WordPress theme.
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