Vision Statement: Arizona’s State Trails System is invaluable resource, offering a diversity of quality nonmotorized trails that inspire people to experience the State’s magnificent outdoor environment and cultural history.
The Arizona State Trails System has been established to recognize and promote non-motorized trails that are of special interest or significance to both Arizona's residents and visitors. Trails offer a wide variety of recreation opportunities. The System currently contains over 600 trails. Arizona State Parks and ASCOT monitor these trails conditions and promote the trails in various ways.
To search trails in the State Trails System, visit this website (coming soon)
State Trails System Nominations are due by 5 pm, Thursday, September 1, 2011. Trails must be accepted into the State Trails System to be eligible for Trails Heritage Fund Grants.
Download List of State Trails ( 3.5 MB PDF)
Download Arizona State Trails System Nomination Form ( 354 KB PDF)
Download Arizona State Trails System Nomination Form ( 304 KB DOC)
Please Note: State Trails System Nominations must be received (NOT
POSTMARKED) by 5 pm Thursday, September 1, 2011.
Fill it out, and mail it to:
State Trails Coordinator,
Arizona State Parks
1300 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
The Arizona State Committee On Trails: ASCOT works to monitor trails in the State Trails System but with over 775 trails and thousands of miles, we need your help!
When you plan an outing on a trail in the Arizona State Trails System:
or Download Monitoring Form ( 190 KB PDF)
Understanding shared-use trail etiquette can make hiking, biking, and riding trails more enjoyable for everyone. Learn some basic principles and tips for using shared-use trails. Learn more.