PHOENIX — Arizona State Parks and Trails will be free for veterans and service members on Veterans Day.
"Arizona honors the service and dedication of our military and veterans," said Governor Doug Ducey, in a statement. "This Veterans Day, Arizona is proud to offer our current and former military members free entrance to more than 30 state parks - some of the most beautiful places Arizona has to offer - to give them a day to relax and recreate."
Free admission is available on Monday, November 11, for veterans, active duty military and National Guard members. You must show your military identification for the deal.
If you already have Veterans Day plans, all year long, veterans and active duty military members get discounted entry fees to state parks.
All state parks except Boyce Thompson Arboretum, tours at Kartchner Caverns State Park or Riordan Mansion State Historic Park or other fee-based programs, are included in the deals.