Are you a company (other than a non-profit organization) who wants to get your product or service in front of a thousands of park and recreation professionals or stay involved with what NRPA members are interested in? If so, NRPA has two great membership options for you.

Industry Supplier ($250)

Industry Suppliers wishing to become members of NRPA. This membership includes:

  • NRPA membership for one employee.
  • One monthly subscription to Parks & Recreation magazine.
  • Subscription to NRPA's weekly and monthly email newsletters.
  • And many of these other membership benefits.
  • Each additional individual is $165.

Please contact Customer Service at

Industry Supplier Upgrade Package ($650)

This membership package is for vendors and suppliers of park and recreation products and services that are exhibiting at the NRPA Annual Conference. It includes three employee memberships and these tailored benefits:

  • Access to Premier booth locations on the exhibit floor
  • Complimentary one time use of the NRPA Membership List*
  • Early Bird discounted booth prices
  • Complimentary one time use of the Pre and Post Show Attendee list*
  • Double Priority Points
  • 2 additional tickets to the NRPA Opening Celebration per 100 square feet**
  • 3 company contacts in the NRPA database
  • And many of these other membership benefits.

*NRPA does not release an attendee or membership lists directly to your company.  We provide the list to a mail house that you send your marketing materials to for distribution (emails not included).  You can request your mailing list(s) by state/region or title.

**Limit to 6 additional tickets per industry supplier upgrade package.

All memberships are non-refundable.

If you are interested in exhibiting at the NRPA Annual Conference you can find out more information here or please contact Lindsay Shannon at 703.858.2178 or

Have questions? Contact our customer service team:

703.858.0784 (local)
800.626.NRPA (6772)
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