Your membership contribution helps to protect vast tracts of land in the northeast US, maintain more than 1,500 miles of trail including 350 miles of the Appalachian Trail, and reach more than 35,000 underserved youth each year. You support the oldest recreation and conservation organization in the United States.
In addition you get:
Activities and Skills
Wide Variety of outdoor activities led by fully-trained volunteer AMC leaders.
Access to more than 8,000 free and low cost outdoor activities each year.
Opportunities for outdoor leadership and skills training such as map & compass, wilderness first aid, backpacking, paddling, and more!
Lodging, camping, and weekend getaway opportunities at AMC's Mohican Outdoor Center in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
Opportunity to socialize and recreate with like-minded people.
Your choice of e-mail alerts
You must sign up to receive these, and you can cancel any time you want. Click on the links below to sign up to receive these.
Weekly Activities Message
Each Wednesday you will receive an e-mail listing all chapter activities for the next 10 days. Subscribe by going here.
XC Ski Hotline
For skiers and winter activity enthusiasts. Members report on snow cover and skiing conditions and more! Join by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Custom Activity Digests
Create you own custom list of outdoor activities. Select the things you like to do, in the places you like to do them, from any or all AMC chapters. Your custom list will be e-mailed to you once a week, biweekly or monthly, as you choose! You do this through the AMC Member Center.
Discounts and subscriptions
10 to 20 percent discount on lodging at all of AMC’s huts, lodges and camps
20 percent discount on AMC’s award winning books and maps
10 percent discount on all AMC merchandise
Subscription to AMC Outdoors bi-monthly magazine and its supplement, AMC Outdoors on line
Subscription to Appalachian Footnotes, DV Chapter’s quarterly electronic newsletter
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