The Trail Conservancy exists with the mission to protect, enhance, and connect the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail for the benefit of all. The Trail receives nearly 5 million visits annually, which will continue to rise as Austin’s population grows. Because of the anticipated use of the Trail itself, TTC community members play a critical role in closing the gap between existing financial resources and the projects and amenities that the Trail deserves. But our work wouldn’t be possible without our members. Join us by becoming a TrailHead today.
Our membership program is made up of like-minded individuals who enjoy running, biking, walking, relaxing, or playing on the Butler Trail. There are a variety of levels and ways to get involved. Join us today!
Meet like-minded nature lovers and champions of the Trail at fun networking events throughout the year.
Donating members make our work possible. Because of their positive impact, TTC members receive special recognition at events and online.
Depending on the membership tier, donors receive news and information about the Trail via newsletter, special events, and State of the Trail updates.
Members can take advantage of early bird registration (and pricing) for both public and members-only events.
See the Trail and its future through the eyes of a TTC Team member. This unique member benefit gives you an intimate look at our mission.
Show your Trail pride with our coveted TTC member hat, t-shirt, pullover, tote, reusable straw, and more!
Get TTC merch at a discount! Members get special discounts for purchases made at our online store.
Let the world know you care about our Trail with a member decal. Decals are weatherproof and look great on your bike.
Support the Trail at any level. Our membership programs can fit any budget and are great for individuals who want to offer a one-time gift or become a sustaining member.
Businesses can partner with The Trail Conservancy to further our mission to protect and enhance the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake. Businesses can donate, volunteer for our famous “Day in the Dirt,” or sponsor a gala, run, or current project.
The Trail Conservancy is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Tax ID: 87-0699956.