State Parks Passport

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Arizona State Parks Passport to Fun

Arizona is a land of contrasts - bright blue sky with sun-faded rock underfoot, or cool mountain air a short drive away from the blazing hot desert. There’s so much to see and do in the state. Whether you’re heading north or south, let Arizona State Parks & Trails be your connection to the state’s natural, cultural and recreational wonders!

Walk in the footsteps of cultures past when you visit Arizona's parks. With an abundance of historical sites in the state, you can journey in any direction and glimpse how people of yesteryear lived and played. Our recreation sites will have you marveling at scenic vistas while experiencing first-hand the adventurous side of the state. And our natural areas are your gateway to Arizona’s untamed beauty.

The Arizona State Parks & Trails Passport for Fun is your ticket to adventure in a state that’s filled with so much to see and do. Memories and experiences come alive at Arizona State Parks & Trails.

ASPT Passport to Fun State Parks MapThis passport can be used at more than 25 locations while you explore the beauty of our state parks and learn more about Arizona. As you visit state parks, bring your passport and show it to a ranger in the main contact station. They will welcome you to their park, stamp, and date the corresponding page, and provide you with additional maps and information on what you can enjoy at that location.

Win a FREE Annual Day Use Pass!

This collectible souvenir will help you keep track of your adventures and when you fill up all your stamps, show your passport to a park ranger who will collect your name and email address to enter you into a drawing to win a free annual day use pass ($75 value), good for a full year of complimentary state park visits for up to four adults. Learn more about the annual passes HERE.



Kids Jr. Ranger Program

Arizona State Parks Jr. Ranger ProgramParents, as a bonus, if you bring a child on your visit, they are eligible to participate in the Jr. Ranger program. Kids can earn a special sticker for each park where they complete the assigned activities to become a Jr. Ranger and can add them to each park's passport page.

To get that sticker, each park will provide a unique workbook of activities for kids to complete that helps them learn about that park. While working on the tasks in the booklet, children will learn about the diverse wildlife, geography, geology, trivia, and facts about that park. Additionally, a new Jr. Ranger receives a collectible poster to track how many parks they've visited and will receive a special Jr. Ranger badge from each park they complete.

Many children that participate in Boy or Girl Scouts collect these badges and add them to others they've earned from their organized training. Additionally, national parks offer Jr. Ranger activities at their parks across the country.




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