Summer Camp Hub strives to be the #1 go-to source for all things summer camp.
We provide guides and suggestions on summer camps in different cities, states, and areas. We know just how fun summer camps can be and the lifetime of memories made at these summer programs. That's why we do our best when it comes to researching and writing about the top camps.
We also cover a lot of camping-related guides and articles. With combined years of summer camp experience, we've learned a lot of handy outdoor skills that we're happy to share with our readers. Whether you're looking for camping/hiking gear recommendations, tips on handling equipment, or overall general camping information, we're happy to share our insights.
Our goal is to help parents choose the right summer camp for their children. We do this by publishing guides on the best summer camps in a specific city, state, or type. For example, we have previously covered guides on STEM camps, coding camps, camps in California, and much more. We believe that every child from any background should get a chance to experience summer camp, which is why we also published helpful guides like how to afford them, deal with homesickness, and more.
Meet The Team
Martin Soto is the co-founder of Summer Camp Hub. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from UW-Milwaukee. He enjoys coding, teaching others how to code, and helping parents find the right technology camps for their kids. He also enjoys spending time traveling, overnight camping, and hiking as well as playing sports like soccer.
Mark Evans is the co-founder of Summer Camp Hub. He is a summer camp consultant that helps parents find the perfect summer camp for their children. He also works as an outdoors guide and routinely takes families and adults on hiking/camping trips in the great outdoors. Mark Evans attended summer camps for most of his life, starting when he was only seven years old.
Katrina Oliver is a writer, teacher, and mother. She has a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood & Family Studies from the University of Washington. For the past ten years, she has been teaching young children, mentoring fellow educators, and raising two young children of her own. She loves that writing has given her an opportunity to bring her knowledge of early childhood education to fellow teachers and parents.
Kami Shoemaker is an avid outdoor enthusiast and writer. She has a Bachelor's degree from UW-Milwaukee in Conservation and Environmental Science. As a young child, she enjoyed attending summer camp and was a girl scout in Rockford, Illinois. She enjoys spending her time camping and traveling all around the United States.