WWA Membership

There are 3 ways to pay for your membership dues from this page.

  1. You can print out a form and mail it in with your membership payment
  2. You can select the membership type from the drop down menu in area #2 and pay for it on line
  3. You can pay your membership in conjunction with the Annual Banquet tickets.

Single Memberships are $25 and Family Memberships are $35

By receiving our RAPIDS newsletter via email you will save our club substantial printing and postage costs.

Club Alert Emails are time-sensitive notifications of meetings or events of concern to WWA members.


1.    Mail in Form

This is a form that you print out, fill in your information and mail in with your check. 

click here for standard Membership Only mail-in form

click here for Membership and Banquet Registration form


2.    Purchase your membership online


Clicking Buy Now will take you to the PayPal website login. If you do not have a PayPal account, choose "Pay with Credit or Debit Card" to complete the purchase.

Type of Membership
Receive Newletter and Alerts via email
Information you want in the WWA Directory

3.    Purchase your membership in conjunction with your 2017 Banquet tickets or just Banquet tickets.

  * Please bring your PayPal receipt with you.

Clicking Buy Now will take you to the PayPal website login. If you do not have a PayPal account, choose "Pay with Credit or Debit Card" to complete the purchase.

   
 Prices go up to "at the door prices" after 1/30/2017
 
Packages

The 2017 WWA Banquet will be February 4th at the Expo Idaho Building at 5610 Glenwood in Garden City. Doors open at 4:00 pm and dinner servered at 6:30 pm

The banquet is the WWA's primary source of revenue for the year.  It is well attended and supported by the membership, as well as the local business community.  It is this event and the tremendous support it receives, that enables the WWA to sustain its on-going efforts to promote safe whitewater jetboating, family recreation, and access for all to rivers throughout the Northwest.


Membership expires December 31


All members must read & adhere to the Purpose & Code of Ethics

If you are a New Jetboater, WWA membership is a great way to gain skills and knowledge that can make your boating experiences safer, easier, and more enjoyable.  As a WWA member, you will have frequent opportunities to increase your jetboating know-how through direct interaction with experienced, knowledgeable jetboaters in on-the-river training environments.

You may want to check out boater education classes and information available through the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.  click here for more information

If you are a Not-So-New Jetboater, WWA membership will provide you more options for jetboating recreation.  The WWA maintains a full calendar of Annual Events organized specifically for the recreational enjoyment of our members.  These events combine exciting whitewater river runs with social get-togethers to produce thoroughly pleasurable outings.  The WWA is family oriented and our events offer members the occasion to come together to share experiences, to meet others who enjoy the pleasure of jetboating, and to have a great time!

If you are a Veteran Jetboater who spends a good deal of time on the rivers, WWA membership provides a means to protect your personal interests.  Every year brings new attempts to limit access to whitewater rivers through increased regulation, restrictions, and fees.  The WWA is an ardent proponent of fair and equitable access to rivers for all users including private jetboaters.  The WWA and its members have invested many thousands of hours and many tens-of-thousands of dollars in an ongoing campaign to thwart partisan, discriminatory, and exclusionary regulations that would reduce or deny our access to these public resources.  However, this is a never-ending challenge and the voice of every private jetboater is needed.  Through the WWA, as a united group, individual jetboaters have a much louder voice and create a much larger presence.  Help protect the future of your access to whitewater rivers by joining.

PURPOSE
Ø   To stimulate and advance the general welfare and safety of boating.
Ø   To serve the interests of recreational water users.
Ø   To defend against discriminatory legislation, regulations, and burdensome taxation.
Ø   To develop a fraternal spirit among all recreational water users.
Ø   To provide a medium for the exchange of boating information.
Ø   To own or lease property for the Association uses.
Ø   To perform all desirable and lawful functions for the successful operations of the Association and in the general public’s interest.
 
CODE OF ETHICS
Ø   I will maintain and enhance the quality of the water upon which I operate.
Ø   I will at all time drive at speeds as to keep the boat under control.
Ø   I will always respect the rights of other water users.
Ø   I will at all times give down river traffic the right of way.
Ø   I will leave campgrounds and campsites clean and bring out all litter.
Ø   I will get permission and have respect for private property.
Ø   I will give aid to any boatman or water users when in danger.