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7 Solid Club Website Examples to Get Ideas for Your Club Website

Terry Ibele  21 March 2018  2 comments

Club Website Examples

Want to see the types of websites clubs are making?

Here are seven solid examples of club websites from all different types of organizations.

If you browse these club websites, take some tips on how they’ve set things up. Some things to look out for:

  • They’re all mobile friendly, meaning they load quickly and display properly on mobile devices
  • They set up different membership levels for different types of club members (free, student, family, professional, etc.)
  • They’ve got separate Join us and Donate pages with online payments
  • They’ve added event calendars with online event registration
  • Some of them have public membership directories
  • Many show slideshows of members and events
  • Some offer member-only pages and resources which require members to login to

All these websites were built using Wild Apricot’s membership management software (that’s us!) — a software that’s easy to build any sort of club website in a completely comprehensive way. Wild Apricot is also the #1 membership management software on the market, used by over 3,500 clubs around the US and the rest of the world. You can start your free 30-day trial of Wild Apricot today and have your whole club website built in an afternoon.

Club Website

Club Website"Wild Apricot has given us a professional looking website and an easy way to manage our member communication. It's a lifesaver for us, because we love gardening, but are not experts in how to design and maintain a website."

- Joseph Purdy, Garden Club, Washington, D. C.


Now, here are 7 examples of clubs who’ve build their websites using Wild Apricot.


1) Pacific Group Golf

PGG Club Website

2) Old Dominion Boat Club 

 Club Website ODBC


3) Bicycling in Greensboro 

BIG Club Website


4) Propeller Club Port Norfolk 

PCPN Club Website


5) The Hunting Hills Swim Club 

Hunting  Club Website


6) Comox Valley Tennis Club 

CVT  Club Website


7) Nassau Swim Club

Nassau  Club Website


Create Your Own Club Website in 3 Easy Steps

If you’d like to create your own comprehensive club website right now, I recommend starting a free trial of Wild Apricot. Here’s how to set up everything you need in just an afternoon:

1) Start a Free Trial of Wild Apricot: click here.

Club Website

2) Select a website template from one of the professionally designed options:

Club Website

3) Edit the template using the easy drag-and-drop builder to fit your organization’s needs:

Club Website

That’s it. Once you start your trial, Wild Apricot also gives you a fully searchable membership database, so you can say goodbye to Excel or mountains of paper files. Plus, you can set up automated payments and renewals for membership, and choose from a number of beautiful email templates to communicate with your members.

Best of luck creating your club website!

Read More: Why It's the Perfect Time to Move Past Your Club Membership Excel Template


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Terry Ibele

Posted by Terry Ibele

Published Wednesday, 21 March 2018 at 5:18 PM


  • Virginia said:

    Wednesday, 25 April 2018 at 3:06 PM
    Do you have any web site templates for religious organizations?
  • Terry Ibele

    Terry Ibele said:

    Wednesday, 25 April 2018 at 3:16 PM
    Hi Virginia,

    You can see all our website templates on this page here: https://www.wildapricot.com/themes

    Each one is fully customizeable to whatever your needs may be! If you'd like to see examples of other religious organizations using our platform, I suggest getting in touch with our support team :) https://www.wildapricot.com/contact-us
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