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Why should you join the BMTA or renew your membership?

To help us maintain, protect and improve the Benton MacKaye Trail.  Without members, there would be no BMTA.  We need you to help us.

The BMTA has several types of Memberships:

Remember that as you join and remain a member, you're supporting the trail and working together with the people who keep it open.

Memberships are for a calendar year and expire on December 31st of that year. New members who join after October 1st of any year are granted membership for the remainder of that year as well as the following one.

To Join or Renew On-Line using a Credit card, Debit Card or your Paypal Account, choose the Membership type from the "dropdown" menu.  Then click "Pay Now" to go to Paypal for secure processing of your membership.

Memberships - Per Year

To Join or Renew using a personal check:

Open the membership form, print it, fill out and mail in with your check to the address given on the form.


Address or phone number changes?  Need to change your Email address?  Other Contact Information changed?  Just go to the Contact Us page and put the information in the Message.  We'll update the info on our records.  Thanks.

Other Benefits of Membership



Want to help the Benton MacKaye Trail Association? Consider making a Donation instead. All donations are deductible to the degree permitted by law, and all donations are used directly for Trail Support, not administrative expenses. You can donate by sending a personal check or using a credit or debit card thru Paypal. Personal checks should be made payable to BMTA and mailed to the following address:
PO Box 6
Cherry Log, GA 30522


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