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This function is for signing up as a new NFH member only.  If you are an existing NFH member looking for your username or password to access Member Only website functions, click Sign In securely on the left side of the homepage and use the Forgot your Password? function to obtain your userid and reset your password.

If you are not a member of the NFH, we would love to have you join our cabin owner community using the registration process below. The first step is to select a member type. The guidelines for determining your member type are:

Regular Member: The permit holder and/or cabin owner (anyone with a financial interest in the cabin) who pays dues to the NFH as an individual: $45 a year.

Associate Member: A friend or relative of a cabin owner who pays dues to the NFH as an individual: $30 a year.  Does not vote in NFH elections, but enjoys all other benefits of membership.

Annual Renewal Date: All individual memberships renew each January.  For the year the member first joins, dues is prorated to align with a January renewal date the following year. The system automatically applies the first year prorated dues based on the quarter joined.

     Q'1:   Full annual dues amount applies

     Q'2:   75% annual dues amount applies

     Q'3    50% annual dues amount applies

     Q'4    25% annual dues amount applies

Regular Tract Member or Associate Tract Member:

  • Same as above, but joins and pays NFH dues through a local Member Tract Association, not through this website.  A $5 discount applies to dues paid through Member Tract Associations.  Please contact your Tract Secretary or Treasurer to proceed. Not sure your cabin tract is a Member Tract? You can verify your tract status by viewing the Cabin Association Directory.

If you would prefer to join by mail, contact Sharon Karr, NFH Membership Administrator at  skarr@nationalforesthomeowners.org.  Otherwise, continue with the online process below.