Configio streamlines camp operations, from online registration to camper funds and more, making it easy for you to manage every part of your camp from one robust platform. Our clients trust us.
Register online easily through a secure website, which can be fully designed and managed in Configio. Collect and process payments through a secure checkout page and receive financial reporting.
Maintain complete records on your campers and staff including the ability to collect completed forms and record past purchases. Accept applications, hire, train, and communicate with your volunteers – all through Configio.
Send and manage documents like waivers, releases and enrollment conditions easily. Collect signatures electronically and automatically store completed forms in the camper’s record.
Send automated text and email communications to campers based on purchase history, age group, and more. Also communicate with your staff or volunteers with emails or text message alerts.
Sell additional products and registrations in your own online store. Send recommended product notifications or have products automatically added to each camper’s cart.
Parents can purchase “Camper Dollars” for their child to use for snacks and other items at the camp. “Camper Dollars” are linked to each account, can be replenished online and distributed as the parent wishes.
Collect scholarship applications, encourage referrals and attribute scholarship funds to specific camper accounts. Collect donations and promote giving to maximize fundraising.
Design your own unique, customizable content directly within the Configio platform. You can easily create content like badges, flyers, certificates, and anything else you may need for your camp.
Track and measure your email messages, registrations, sales, and more with customizable reports. Quickly review your camp data across multiple dashboards and control who has access to your reports and what data is shared.
[Our old website] design wasn’t well thought out and features didn’t stand out to help audiences navigate with ease. The problem was threefold; it failed to attract customers and visitors; the navigation was counter-intuitive; and there was no clear messaging within the content.
– Steve Jurch, Executive Director of Camp Fire Inland Northwest