AZ State parks have free admission for MLK Day

Treasures in our own back yard!

For the third year in a row, get into Arizona State Parks and Trails with free admission just in time for the long weekend. From January 19-21, they’re throwing open the gates. It’s all part of the state’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration. This is a great opportunity to explore the treasures of Arizona.

It’s for AZ residents only, and you’ll need to show a state issued ID. Special events, tours, camping and other services will still have fees.  AZState Parks.com/Find-A-Park

Here’s a guide to state parks near us. And it’s not just outdoors. There are lots of museums to see. Check out the Tombstone Courthouse Museum.

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“January is a great time to get out and explore the parks in our amazing state, and a three-day weekend is the perfect opportunity,” said Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. “I encourage all Arizona residents to visit a state park near them during this special weekend.”

Start your Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend here with our guide to the holiday weekend.