Membership

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Membership Benefits:

Recreation
Chapter Trips: Hundreds of chapter-led recreational activities in all seasons, ranging from hiking and paddling to snowshoeing and skiing. Enrollment in one chapter is included in your membership dues (Please select the Long Island Chapter). If you would like to join more than one chapter there is a small affiliate fee for each additional chapter.

Education Programs: Over 200 workshops for outdoor enthusiasts and natural history buffs. Our educators teach a variety of courses from beginner canoeing and kayaking to winter mountaineering and everything in between.

Adventure Travel: ADK’s Extended Outings program coordinates more than a dozen domestic and international travel opportunities each year.

Discounts

  • 20 percent off ADK guidebooks, maps and other ADK publications
  • 10 percent off education and skill building programs
  • 10 percent off lodging at the Adirondak Loj, Johns Brook Lodge, and Wilderness Campground
  • Reduced parking fee at the Adirondak Loj
  • Special partnerships with retailers that provide discounts to ADK members

Publications
Adirondac, ADK’s bi-monthly magazine, connects you to the places you cherish, the mission you support, and the activities you enjoy. Adirondac provides news and views on club activities, conservation updates, and outdoor recreation features.

Books and maps: Members receive discounts on ADK publications. ADK publishes comprehensive hiking, paddling, and winter sports guides and maps covering the Adirondacks and Catskills, as well as books on Adirondack nature, history, and lore.

Chapter newsletters: Most chapters offer print and/or online newsletters detailing chapter news, events, and programs.

Volunteer Opportunities
There are rewarding opportunities involving trail work, conservation and advocacy, and education projects, both at the chapter and club-wide level.

Members also get the satisfaction of knowing that …

their membership dues help to maintain multi-use trails for hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and more;

dedicated ADK volunteers and staff are looking out for their interests as outdoor enthusiasts and land stewards;

And most importantly, they are helping to ensure that New York’s Forest Preserve and other natural areas are being protected for generations to come.

 

Questions? Contact membership at 800-395-8080 or membership@adk.org.

ADK is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization. Membership fees, excluding $10 for membership benefits, are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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