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Membership Options

Individual Lifetime Membership (One-time payment, no annual dues) - $100

Individual - $10 (Annually)Family - $25 (Annually)Trails Supporter - $100Trails Patron - $250KTC Sponsor - $500

Optional “Friend of the Trail” Contribution

On the payment page you will have the option of entering an additional "Friend of the Trail" contribution. Any amount is appreciated. If you plan to choose this option, please designate the trail(s) you would like to support with your Friend of the Trail donation.

Support All Trails (Or Designate Specific Trails Below)Clinton Lake TrailsElk City Lake - Eagle Rock Bike TrailElk City Lake - Elk River Hiking TrailElk City Lake - Table Mound Hiking TrailEl Dorado Lake TrailFall River Lake TrailsFord County State Lake TrailsMelvern Lake - Crooked Knee Horse TrailMelvern Lake - Ike’s TrailPerry Lake Bike TrailPerry Lake Hiking TrailTuttle Creek – Carnahan TrailTuttle Creek – Randolph TrailTopeka – Dornwood Park TrailTopeka – MacLennan Park TrailTopeka - Skyline Park TrailWilson Lake Switchgrass Trail

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If you prefer to pay by check rather than PayPal, please fill out and print the above form and mail the completed form and your check to: KTC, PO Box 695, Topeka, KS 66601-0695

 

KTC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Friends of the Trail donations are used directly to maintain the selected trail(s) and are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.