Renew Special Access Membership

Thank you for renewing your Special Access membership!

For a complete list of Membership categories and corresponding benefits, please click here

For frequently asked questions you may click here: Membership Questions or call the Membership Department at 510-544-2220.

Printable Membership Application

Special Access: senior (62 years of age and older - Driver license), disabled person (DMV receipt), veteran (DD214), and student (full-time, taking a minimum of 10 units). Proof of eligibility required (*For new members only). Email your proof of eligibility to membership@ebparks.org or fax it to (510) 635-3478 (attn: Membership) in order to complete the application process. Please click "Submit" only once. If you click the purchase button more than once your credit card may be charged multiple times.

*PLEASE NOTE*

The Regional Parks Foundation just went through a database and website update. Unfortunately, we are experiencing some issues post migration. We have technical experts working on these issues to get us up and running as soon as possible.

In the meantime, we apologize for any inconvenience this causes. Thank you for your patience during this time.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Membership line at 510-544-2220 or email membership@ebparks.org.

Begin using Membership benefits immediately by printing your acknowledgement email. This is your temporary card until the actual materials arrive in the mail within 14-18 business days.

  • East Bay Regional Parks are one of the best things about the Bay, I want everyone to be able to experience them. - Matt C., Member & Donor

  • This was the first field trip my students ever went on. The self-esteem, the joy and the fulfillment of being part of this special event supported growth and community life skills for each of my students! – Teacher at Turner Elementary in Antioch, Disability Fishing Derby Participant

  • I notice how the hill has many dragonflies on it and how the crisp sunlight melts over the bugs, blending them in with cool shadows while the soft flowers come out from the damp forest floor. -Isla, Camper at Redwood Reinhardt Regional Park