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Gold Bar Nature Trails

Park Information
Board of Directors

The Board of Directors consists of 9 members of the park. They are each elected for a 3 year term, with 3 positions open every year. The board members are responsible for making decisions for the park and its members. Board members are assigned to various committees and oversight of park operations.

Board positions include president, vice-president, treasurer and corporate secretary.  In addition, board members are assigned as liaisons to various committees such as sales, membership, violations, long range planning, activiies and bingo.
Elections are held each September for the board positions.  Interested park members who have been members in good standing for at least one year are eligible to run for open positions.  Applications are due in late summer.  Check back for final date to submit for the upcoming year.

BOD Members
Board Meetings
Open board meetings are held on the 4th Saturday of each month at 10 am at the Adult Club House with the exception that the November and December's meetings are combined and held the 2nd Saturday of December. 

The board meetings are held in an open forum to conduct park business. Park members are welcome to speak on the subjects being
discussed.  All members are encouraged to attend and participate in the board meetings.

Meeting Minutes
Workshops are held the 2nd Saturday of each month at 10 am at the Adult Club House.  All members are encouraged to attend the workshops.  These meetings allow park members to communicate with individual board members about concerns they have with regard to the park; ideas they would like to propose; or questions they may have about what is happening in the park. The workshops are broken into 3 sections: Administration which covers Rules, Regulations or Bylaws; Facilities, Safety & Security; and Activities.

Members may propose motions at workshops which once approved are forwarded and discussed in open board meetings.  Votes taken at workshops are only to advance the motion to the board meetings.  The board will have the final vote on any motion.

The Bylaws were written by park members as a way to provide a framework for how the park operates. They cover such topics 
as memberships, proposals, voting at annual meetings,  annual dues, election of board members, committees, and general 
management issues concerning the park. 
Bylaws can be changed by a majority vote of the members during the annual election through the proposal process. This process is explained in detail in the Bylaws.
Bylaws - rev 2017
Rules & Regulations

Rules & Regulations have been developed over the years by the Board of Directors along with input from park members. They are meant to provide a framework for how the park runs in addition to protect the well being of members, employees, guests, and club properties.

Members are expected to understand the various Rules & Regulations and follow them at all times when in the park. Members are also responsible for the behavior of their guests, so please make sure any guest is aware of the rules.
Listed below are a few of the rules:
  • Individuals under 18 years of age must be supervised at all times by either a park member or adult guest
  • All guests in the park must be registered
  • Guests are limited to a 14 day stay within a 30 day period
  • Curfew is 11:00pm for persons under 18 years of age, unless accompanied by an adult
  • Discharging of firearms, air rifles, fireworks, rockets or any other explosives by members or guests is strictly prohibited at all times
  • Animals, excepting cats, must be kept on a hand held leash at all times while on  club property or tethered on the campsite.  They shall not be allowed to roam loose in the Park.  Cats must have a collar with a bell attached.
  • Persons 16 years and older must have a valid drivers license for any licensed vehicle or motorbike being operated on Club property.  Juvenile operators or those without a valid drivers license must be accompanied by, and under the direct supervision of an adult, age 21 or over, holding a valid drivers license and who will be responsible for their action while operating an automobile or golf cart
  • Unlicensed drivers are NOT allowed to drive ORVs in the park except during specified park approved functions
  • The speed limit is 10 mph throughout the park
Rules - rev 2019
Permits are required to build; sheds, gazebos, decks, wood sheds and RV roofs. They are also needed if you will be having gravel delivered, installing a satellite dish, adding a wood-burning stove to one of your buildings, or if you will be modifying the greenbelt.  All structures are sized according to our Conditional Use Permit by the County.

Permit forms are available at the GBNT office. The permit must be approved by the Park Manager prior to the start of any of the above. After completion of the project for which the permit is obtained and approved, reinspection by the Park Manager is required for compliance.

Building Codes
Building Permit