So Many State Parks, So Little Time…

We get it. You’re busy. But did you know Arizona’s State Parks and natural areas are in danger of being shut down — permanently? We’re talking Roper Lake State Park, Slide Rock State Park, Red Rock State Park, Patagonia Lake State Park, Tombstone Courthouse State Park… you know, places that make for amazing vacation destinations!

Arizona’s State Parks, open spaces and historic sites offer a glimpse into the state’s rich cultural heritage and preserve the spectacular geographic landscape, but threats to these protected areas are greater today than at any other time in the park system’s 54 year history.

There is something you can do to help. For each new auto, home, or life insurance quote requested TODAY, AAA Arizona will donate $10 to the Arizona State Parks Foundation, an organization working to create a sustainable State Park system.

Request your no-obligation quote today.

  • Get an Auto Insurance quote
  • Get a Home Insurance quote

Call toll-free 1-866-298-1232 or stop by your local AAA office, and mention State Parks.

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2 responses to “So Many State Parks, So Little Time…

  1. Camping and fishing

    Traditionally, this is a great place for solace and solitude in which people can park their cars and camp out along with their cars parked in certain order. Two of my older friends pitched tents in an area along with their SUV’s parked along side and went fishing in some of the rivers and streams. That was over four years ago. Remember the good times!

  2. MH

    I don’t need insurance…please tell us other ways we can donate and help our state parks. I just moved here and I want to explore all of them.

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