Heritage Fund Grants
Click the Explore Grants Pages and Programs button below to visit our Main Grants Page or to learn more about other grant opportunities available through Arizona State Parks and Trails.
Apply for Heritage Fund Grants
The Heritage Fund provides grant opportunities for trail projects, outdoor environmental education programs, local, regional, and state parks, as well as historic preservation projects through legislatively appropriated funds.
Non-Motorized TrailsEnvironmental EducationHistoric PreservationLocal, Regional, and State Parks
Please click the links provided to view blank applications for the Heritage Fund.
Blank Heritage Fund Local, Regional and State Parks Grant ApplicationBlank Heritage Fund Non-Motorized Trails Grant ApplicationBlank Heritage Fund Environmental Education Grant ApplicationBlank Heritage Fund Historic Preervation Grant Application
Arizona State Parks and Trails Grants Manual
Arizona State Parks and Trails (ASPT) invites non-profits, clubs, local, regional, state, federal and tribal governments to submit grant applications for all kinds of motorized and non-motorized recreational trail uses. This manual provides guidelines for project sponsors on funding opportunities and how to apply.
Historic Preservation Heritage Fund Grant Application Instruction Manual
This manual is designed to provide applicants with guidance in preparing successful, competitive Historic Preservation grant applications for funding assistance from the Heritage Fund. This manual provides guidelines for project sponsors on funding opportunities and how to apply.
Arizona State Parks and Trails Administrative Guidelines
These Administrative Guidelines were established to assist project sponsors in the successful and timely completion of their awarded grant projects. The Arizona State Parks and Trails (ASPT) Grant Staff will work closely with project sponsors to answer questions and provide recommendations on grant projects. Should you have questions or concerns regarding a grant project, please contact the Grants and Trails Team.
Arizona State Map
This state map is used to highlight where within the state an applicant's project will take place.
EPA Section 404 Information
This link will assist in determining if your project will require a 404 Permit form the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Legislative and Congressional District Information
Applicants can use this map to determine the project area’s Legislative and Congressional Districts.
Arizona Game and Fish Department Environmental Review Tool
This tool allows users to identify Arizona wildlife species and habitat that may be impacted by the proposed project area. It also generates in depth reports that can be used in the application process.