Red Mountain, Ruffner Mountain and Turkey Creek are three beloved greenways in Jefferson County that total 3,193 acres of land and waterways, welcome over 320,000 visitors per year, and sustain thousands of species of native plants and animals.

• a member parking permit

quarterly email newsletter

• monthly email of program offerings and
volunteer opportunities

• exclusive parking at Ruffner Mountain

• member exclusive programs

• early registration and/or discounts to
select programs

• discounts on merchandise and at our
Native Plant Sale

If you currently receive government assistance, are a college or university student, or live within Birmingham, Irondale, or Pinson city limits, you are eligible to become a Nature for All member for free.

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If you have any questions about your membership, please contact

For more information, please read our Membership FAQs.

Gift Membership

If you know someone who walks, hikes, or runs the trails, enjoys the panoramic vistas and waterways, and loves learning about the natural world, what better way to surprise them than with a gifted membership.

Share Your Support

If you live in Birmingham, Irondale, or Pinson, please take a moment to thank your mayor and city councilors for their continued support. If you live outside of these cities but believe your city should also support our greenspaces, we would appreciate you taking the time to encourage financial support from your city leaders!