Become a Member
Make the most of summer at
Eagle Creek Park!
Already have a 2023 gate pass?
Just an extra $35 for Membership
If you already have an Eagle Creek Park gate pass, you must already love the park! With a minimum donation of just $35, you can support the future of Eagle Creek Park.
Upgrade your existing gate pass by becoming a member of the Foundation along with fellow park neighbors, active outdoor enthusiasts, and nature lovers.
Don't have a 2023 gate pass yet?
Membership for you and the park
Membership with the Eagle Creek Park Foundation gets you a 2023 gate pass and all the perks listed below.
You’re also helping support Eagle Creek Park Foundation’s mission to promote, preserve, protect, and enhance Eagle Creek Park.
It’s truly the best way to give back to Eagle Creek Park.
What your membership means
The Foundation relies on membership dues as our main source of revenue to help fund improvements, trail restoration projects, and environmental education programs for one of the nation’s largest city-owned parks. Since 2001, the Foundation has invested nearly $3 million into Eagle Creek Park, which was made possible by membership support.
By showing support for the Eagle Creek Park Foundation, we’re happy to offer special perks and discounts to our members. These include:
- 20% off Yoga at the Park with Invoke Studio
- One free drink at Summer Concert series Events (with valid ID)
- Member-only newsletter highlighting benefits and member-exclusive programs and events
- $10 off one rental or $25 off one pontoon rental at Eagle Creek Outfitters. Not valid on holidays, weekends, or with any other offer.
- 20% off items at the Earth Discovery Center gift shop
- 15% off Go Ape Treetop Adventure, valid for member and up to 4 friends with unique Foundation reservation code (provided upon sign-up/renewal)
- 15% off green fees at Eagle Creek Golf Club
- Tax deduction [valid for membership and any other contribution; excludes value of gate pass ($50/each)]
Here are just some of the projects our members have funded
New directional signage to replace 27-year-old signs throughout the park
Construction of a geothermal educational pond behind the Earth Discovery Center (EDC) allowing for larger school groups to dip net for frogs, tadpoles, and aquatic insects (our contribution supplemented funding provided by the 3M Eco Grant).
Freezer to store taxidermy specimens and food for birds of prey at Ornithology Center
Materials to restore the EDC beehive