Find Your National Park in Arizona, Help Celebrate National Park Service Centennial
Want to add one of the grandest landmarks in the United States to your “visited” list? Visit the surreal sandstone towers in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Read More »
Visit the Mogollon Rim, near Flagstaff, AZ, for scenic views and outdoor recreation including hiking, horseback riding, rock-climbing, hunting, fishing, and boating. Read More »
Saguaro National Park, near Tucson, AZ, features giant saguaros in their native environment, plus access to wildlife viewing, hiking, and scenic drives. Read More »
Arizona is a place without equal, full of incredible natural wonders, one-of-kind places and a long and storied history you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Our parks feature everything from the grandest of canyons to acres of saguaros to remnants of our state’s ancestors. Our communities offer visitors incomparable experiences, from wine country to the Old West. And our Tribal lands invite you to witness the arts, traditions and way of life that’s been carefully preserved for thousands of years. Come see what makes Arizona so unique.