Membership

Your membership makes it possible to protect both our heritage and open spaces that serve as a home to a rich array of plants, animals, fish, insects, and birds; preserve historic structures, traditional skills and techniques, and natural landscapes to ensure a continued legacy for future generations; educate all ages through historic and environmental public programs, public archaeology, community festivals, Summer Discovery Camp, school field trips, and more; and maintain recreational space, hiking trails, and rental areas for community use as well as land, water, and nature in an area of increasing suburban development.

If you would like to purchase a membership, Click “Add to Cart” for the Membership Level you choose.  If you require assistance, please email info@newlingristmill.org.

Membership Policies: Memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable. ● Please allow 2-4 weeks to process a new membership. ● To receive membership benefits, members must present their membership card and photo identification. ● Replacement membership cards may be purchased for $5.00 each. ● Free tour admission does not apply to field trips, group tours, or fishing. ● All memberships are valid for 12 months. ● Renewal notice will be sent by email. ● Children are considered 17 years old and younger. ● Students must provide a copy of a valid student ID. ● Seniors must be 65 years or older.

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Newlin Grist Mill’s trails are open!

There are a few changes you need to be aware of before you visit:

  1. Open hours are 7am to 5pm. New gates have been installed at the entrance to Newlin Grist Mill. These gates will be unlocked at 7am and locked at 5pm daily. Please keep this in mind when visiting the park.
  2. Repair work is ongoing and not all trails are currently open. While the worst of the damage has been repaired, use caution and please be mindful of marked trails that remain closed while repairs continue.
  3. The parking lot by the log cabin will remain closed or partially blocked off, as we continue to work on completing repairs.
  4. Restrooms, visitor center, and historic buildings are still closed. Please be patient as we work to rebuild the visitor center and make repairs to our historic buildings.
  5. Please be respectful of our staff and volunteers as they work on repairs throughout the park.