The Kimberley Nature Park Society is an all-volunteer organization, and we depend on the support and participation of our members to help steward the park and its trail system. Please consider joining the society, making a donation, or becoming a nature park volunteer.
The Kimberley Nature Park Society is a registered non-profit organization which maintains the trails and signage in the park, helps the City of Kimberley with park planning, organizes guided walks and other events and works to ensure that the park achieves legal status. Membership is open to everyone and membership dues are:
Annual (Expires on December 31 of each year)
Seniors (60+) - $2/yr
Individuals - $5/yr
Families - $10/yr
Seniors (60+) - $40
Individuals - $100
Families - $200
You can submit and pay for your membership via mail/print or purchase your membership online.
Print Application & Payment
If you would like to join the Kimberley Nature Park Society you can print a membership form by clicking on the button below.
Fill it out and send it, with your dues, to:
Kimberley Nature Park Society, PO Box 398, Kimberley BC V1A 2Y9.
Online Application & Payment
Chose the membership(s) that you would like to purchase below and add to cart. Note that there are two options:
1) Annual membership (expires on December 31 of each year)
2) Lifetime membership
Payment & Shipping:
Near the end of the checkout process you will have the option to login with your Paypal account, or pay with debit or credit card.
By default you will be asked to provide a shipping address. However, we will not not ship you a physical membership.
The Kimberley Nature Park Society is the steward of the largest urban park in British Columbia. The Nature Park is an 840-hectare area of forested land that protects important mid-elevation habitat and provides over 50 kms of hiking and biking trails for residents and visitors to the community. To maintain this beautiful park we depend on donations. If you wish to make a donation please click the button below.
We are always looking for more volunteers to help us maintain, protect and promote the Park. We need people to help make and install trail signs, to organize special events, to carry out research and to keep the trails open and clear of deadfall. If you can spare a few hours a month and are looking for a healthy way to help our community, please contact us.