Buy an Arizona State Parks & Trails Pass and Get a Free Subscription to Arizona Highways Magazine

May 31, 2018

PHOENIX – Through a special partnership between Arizona State Parks & Trails and Arizona Highways magazine, visitors to the parks can now experience even more beauty, diversity, and history of the Grand Canyon State.

 

Starting June 1, with every purchase of an Arizona State Parks & Trails annual pass, visitors will receive a free year-long subscription to Arizona Highways magazine.

 

“This is part of an amazing partnership we have with Arizona Highways,” said Arizona State Parks & Trails Executive Director Sue Black. “When you visit the parks, you see the rich diversity of the state, and when you read the magazine, you can experience even more of what makes Arizona truly special.”

 

Everyone who purchases an annual pass, either standard or premium, will automatically be given a one-year subscription to the magazine. The free subscription will be available everywhere park passes are sold. To learn more, visit AZStateParks.com.

 

“There is such natural synergy between Arizona Highways magazine and Arizona State Parks and Trails,” said Arizona Highways magazine Publisher Win Holden. “This special offer provides people interested in the outdoors and Arizona’s natural beauty and abundant wonders with not only the annual state parks pass – an amazing value by itself – but with the added bonus of a full year subscription to Arizona Highways magazine. So when circumstances prevent an in-person visit to a state park, you can still get a healthy dose of spectacular landscape photography and the state’s best hiking and scenic drives inside the magazine each month. It’s almost like having your cake – and eating it, too!”

 

“Managing and conserving Arizona's natural, cultural and recreational resources for the benefit of the people, both in our parks and through our partners."

 

For information about all 35 Arizona State Parks and Natural Areas, the Trails and Off-Highway Vehicle Programs and State Historic Preservation Office call 1-877-MY-PARKS or visit AZStateParks.com.

 

PRESS CONTACT: Michelle Thompson at (602) 542-1996 - Email: [email protected]