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Like every other state in the country, Arizona is dealing with a budget crisis. As a state-owned publication, Arizona Highways has felt the impact, and so have Arizona State Parks. In an effort to weather the storm, Arizona Highways is teaming up with our park colleagues to help ensure that Arizona, through the pages of Arizona Highways magazine and the state’s 30 parks, remains open and accessible to residents and visitors alike.
“Numerous groups are putting forward tremendous grass-root efforts to save their respective parks, but there is no coordinated campaign in place to make a serious dent in the funding gap,” said Renee Bahl, executive director of Arizona State Parks. This subscription drive will allow subscribers and groups to choose which park they support via special promotion codes. Once they choose, their five dollars will be allocated toward their park of choice.”
Here’s How You Can Help:
For every $24 subscription to Arizona Highways, the magazine will donate $5 to the Arizona State Parks Foundation! It’s easy, and it will make a difference. Be sure to use the special park promotion code to decide which park you want the $5 to go to! Each year you renew your subscription, $5 will go toward State Parks, as well. If you are a current subscriber, the term of your subscription will be extended by one year and when you pay for that extension, a $5 contribution will be made to the Arizona State Parks Foundation. The same goes for any gift subscription you buy for anyone in the world.
For more information and park-specific promo codes, call (800) 543-5432 or visit arizonahighways.com/stateparks.html
or Download PDF with Park Codes and Subscription Form ( 528 KB PDF)
Slide Rock State Park in Sedona. Photograph by Derek von Briesen.