Become a Member
Support the Florida Trail Association and our mission by becoming a member or by renewing your current membership today!
Our members receive many benefits, including automatic membership in a local chapter in your area, which holds its own meetings and activities and sends out a newsletter pertinent to what’s going on in your area; a subscription to the Footprint magazine; trail maintenance training workshops, including chainsaw certification; participation in F-Troop, our team-building volunteer trail crews that tackle large projects like building bridges and boardwalks; a window decal and logo patch; opportunity to participate on decision-making committees covering major trail issues; and voting privileges.
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Individual – Individual Membership
Family – Family Membership (Includes spouse and children 18 or younger)
Senior/Student Individual – Full-time Student (age 18-23) Senior (age 65+)
Senior/Student Family – Full-time Student (age 18-23) Senior (age 65+)
Life – Become a member of the Florida Trail Association for life!
Family Life – Family Life Membership (Includes spouse and children 18 or younger.)
Sustaining – Sustaining Membership (Includes spouse and children 18 or younger.)
Supporting – Supporting Membership (Includes spouse and children 18 or younger.)
Alliance Membership– By supporting the goals and mission of the Florida Trail Association, the Florida Trail Alliance works to support, protect, preserve, and promote the Florida Trail; the recreational and health benefits that it provides local communities, land management agencies, and individual outdoors enthusiasts; and the nature-based tourism opportunities provided by this network of volunteer maintained trails to communities and regions.
Commercial Membership– Commercial Memberships are for the small business enterprises that line the streets of our communities. Many of our Commercial Members serve the Florida Trail Association with both their financial support and by distributing Florida Trail Association brochures and outreach materials through their businesses.