When you join Zion Natural History Association you join the ranks of thousands who have expressed their commitment to the future of Zion National Park. Your membership helps publish nearly one million pieces of free information for park visitors each year. It supports the park’s excellent Junior Ranger Program and educational outreach into schools. It helps us produce interpretive books, posters, maps and audio-visual products that educate visitors about Zion. It aids ongoing research into the park’s flora, fauna, geology, and human history. Over the past 30 years, ZNHA has donated more than $10 million to the park.

Member Benefits Include:

  • 15% discount at all ZNHA Bookstores,* on our website, and most Zion Canyon Field Institute courses
  • Discounts from cooperating associations across the country
  • Subscription to our quarterly E-newsletter
  • Membership cards
  • Exclusive Zion National Park Membership pinDSCN1687_ZNHA_Membership Pin_2015_edited_72dpi

*Includes the Visitor Center store and Museum store in Zion Canyon, as well as Visitor Center stores at Kolob Canyons, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument.


Your Membership Supports Zion National Park

As a new member of Zion Natural History Association choose one of our three new member premiums:


Water, Rock, & Time

Zion Adventure Guide


Zion DVD


Individual $45
Membership card
Zion National Park Membership Pin
15% discount at ZNHA bookstores*
Discounts with most National Park Cooperating Associations**
Quarterly ZNHA E-newsletter

All of the above
Plus an additional membership card and pin

Contributor $100
All of the above
Plus the book, “A Century of Sanctuary: The Art of Zion National Park”

Advocate $250
All of the above
Plus a Zion National Park Tote Bag

Donor $500
All of the above
Plus the limited edition signed book “Mukuntuweap” and limited edition print by Zion artist Roland Lee

* Discounts honored with membership card at ZNHA Zion Human History Museum and ZNHA Visitor Center bookstores in Zion Canyon, Kolob Canyons, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument
** For a complete list of National Park Associations offering reciprocal discounts click here

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