AZ Family Campout Program

AZ Family Campout Program

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How long does it take to collect 20 POUNDS of glass? AZ Family Campout Program did it in just an hour with 16 volunteers at Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park! It would have taken a single ranger 16 hours to pick up all that glass. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

The Family Campout Program shows families the ropes of camping and helps them experience all the fun of being in the outdoors. They complete a stewardship project during their trips, like this glass collection (done with proper safety equipment), invasive plant species removal and more. Check out their page to learn more about the program or visit https://bit.ly/2Uoj5fY.
This week in the parks we've been celebrating #NationalVolunteerWeek and the incredible impact our volunteers have on the park system! ๐Ÿ‘ And on Volunteer Recognition Day, we want to say THANK YOU!

Our volunteers help sustain Arizona's natural resources and historic treasures for future generations to enjoy. From visitor services, to trails and facility maintenance, campground hosts, and interpretive services... there are volunteers behind it all. ๐Ÿ’ช It's an important mission, and we're grateful for every volunteer who has answered the call! If you're inspired by their service, become a parks volunteer at https://bit.ly/3xAzhzl!

๐Ÿ“ท: AZ Family Campout Program volunteer, Kim Jenkins. Read how Kim feels rewarded by her volunteer service, as well as the perspective by many other parks volunteers in this article by another amazing volunteer, Kitty Carlisle (who has been with the Arizona Family Campout program since 2013!): https://bit.ly/3jXvjLk.
This week in the parks we've been celebrating #NationalVolunteerWeek and the incredible impact our volunteers have on the park system! ๐Ÿ‘ And on Volunteer Recognition Day, we want to say THANK YOU!

Our volunteers help sustain Arizona's natural resources and historic treasures for future generations to enjoy. From visitor services, to trails and facility maintenance, campground hosts, and interpretive services... there are volunteers behind it all. ๐Ÿ’ช It's an important mission, and we're grateful for every volunteer who has answered the call! If you're inspired by their service, become a parks volunteer at https://bit.ly/3xAzhzl!

๐Ÿ“ท: AZ Family Campout Program volunteer, Kim Jenkins. Read how Kim feels rewarded by her volunteer service, as well as the perspective by many other parks volunteers in this article by another amazing volunteer, Kitty Carlisle (who has been with the Arizona Family Campout program since 2013!): https://bit.ly/3jXvjLk.
Are you new to camping or looking for ways to build your confidence outdoors? It all starts with a plan...And ranger Louis with Arizona State Parks' AZ Family Campout Program is here for you! As a ranger who leads camping trips to your state parks with families every month, Ranger Louis is a true pro! Listen to his top tips for a safe and fun camping experience. For more information about planning a worry-free trip, visit https://bit.ly/3DhwgWa.
Hello Family Campers,
Camp Out has been busy as ever working on the gear in the trailer getting ready for our upcoming fall season. He was scrubbing like crazy to get the stoves shiny and clean. He worked SOOOOO hard he had to take a break and cool off on the fan while enjoying the beautiful view of the Superstition Mountains.
Howdy Campers,
Camp Out was at it again this morning. He worked hard at improving our shelves in the Arizona Family Camp Out Trailer. He added new chains and fasteners to make the shelving units more secure as we travel to Arizona State Parks for our camping program. Registration is open now.
Stay cool and enjoy your summer,
Hello AZ Family Campers,
Here are a few pictures from the the Arizona State Parks we will be camping this fall. Can you guess the parks they come from?

Registration for for our fall events will open July 1.

I am VERY excited about our lineup of parks and our newly added park in Tombstone, AZ, at the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. Oh yeah, there will be many stories told, especially being so close to Halloween!!!

(Do you see the Mountain Lion shadow in one of the pictures? This is not photoshopped.) Photo creds. go to Tre Ka'ahauui

REMEMBER OPENING REGISTRATION IS JULY 1ST.
DON'T MISS IT!!!โ›บ๏ธ๐Ÿ•
Hello Family Campers,
It's Camp Out here. Louie and I were cleaning out the trailer and I found these lost and found items. If you see something that's yours please contact Louie so I can get them back to you. I hope you all are having a great summer.
Don't forget what you learned around the campfire about fire safety. Arizona is having another tough fire season. Be safe out there but most importantly have FUN!!!!
I'm really digging these sunglasses!๐Ÿ˜Ž
Happy Holidays Family Campers!!!!
We have now opened registration for our spring session of Arizona Family Camp Out. Come and Join us this spring for a fantastic adventure learning to camp at one of our own Arizona State Parks.
Thanks for such a great weekend! We had a blast!

The AZ Family Campout Program is for families that have little or no experience camping. Let us introduce you to the great outdoors! Have you ever wanted to take your family camping but weren't sure where to start?

The Arizona Family Campout Program is a unique program designed for families who have little or no experience camping. During an activity filled weekend, families will be introduced to new adventures, learning to camp at one of their favorite State Parks, inspiring them to continue to explore the great outdoors. Campers will learn how to set up a tent, build a fire and be introduced to outdoor coo

Operating as usual

05/22/2022

Homolovi Park Maps | Homolovi State Park

Homolovi State Park was opened and dedicated on this day in 1993.

Homolovi Park Maps | Homolovi State Park Park location and driving directions for Homolovi State Park in Winslow, AZ (86047).

05/22/2022

Sunday funny.

05/21/2022

Rawrrrrr! Donโ€™t worry, itโ€™s mostly armless. โฃ
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You think they'll have that on the tour? Dinosaurs are among the most popular and iconic fossil organisms, and dinosaur bones and tracks are favorite attractions at several National Park Service units. In fact, dinosaur fossils have been discovered at or associated with at least 27 national park units. One of the most famous sites is the Dinosaur Quarry of Dinosaur National Monument, but a rush of new finds since the 1970s has greatly expanded our knowledge.

Have you been to park where dinosaur fossils have been discovered? โฃLearn more about Dino-related parks at: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/dinosaurs/index.htm
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Image: Hold onto yourโ€ฆ.brochure! A dinosaur (Allosaurus fragilis) leans out of the entrance station to deliver maps to visitors. NPS/Jake Holgerson โฃ

Valley families discover affordable ways to camp 05/20/2022

Valley families discover affordable ways to camp

The AZ Family Campout Program is an extremely affordable way to camp with the entire family! We provide everything you need except your food, bedding, & personal items.

Valley families discover affordable ways to camp Heather Carter says,

05/20/2022
05/20/2022

What's it like to work with a team who loves AZ's outdoor recreation, natural resources and historic places? Pretty awesome! Come find out for yourself... we're hiring! Check out the variety of Arizona State Parks and Trails employment opportunities at https://bit.ly/3vIRNq1.

05/19/2022

On the water is the place to be but don't forget your boat safety ๐Ÿšฃโ˜€๏ธ๐ŸŒŠ https://bit.ly/3uVrKJ4
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05/19/2022

This Saturday is National . If you need some inspiration for planning your family trip to a park, check out our latest podcast episode where we talk tips for camping and hiking with children. https://bit.ly/2v5KbkA

Or keep things easy and join a park event! This Saturday, Homolovi State Park is offering a morning of kid-friendly activities. A park ranger will guide you on a tour of the Homolovi II Ancestral Hopi Pueblo, and kids can complete their Jr. Ranger program packet, and receive their official Rocky the Ringtail badge to become a Junior Ranger! https://bit.ly/3FWFZUt
๐Ÿ“ธ: Instagrammer @marquettelaree

05/18/2022

Mariachi Festival 2022 at Patagonia Lake State Park

05/15/2022

We agree! Except for the part about throwing up your tent. Who's out there eating tents?! No wonder you're getting sick! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Find a shady spot, throw up your tent, and head off for the day's fun! โ›บ https://bit.ly/2OvqYyT
๐Ÿ“ Roper Lake State Park

05/15/2022

We always love it when Doug from the Verde River Institute volunteers with our program. Learn what he has to say about migratory birds.

05/15/2022

Hello small friend! ๐Ÿ‘‹ Herp-heads know that reptiles like this greater earless lizard have all sorts of amazing adaptations that help them survive the elements in this arid environment and escape predators. ๐ŸฆŽ

One of the most famous adaptations (and one you've likely witnessed if you have a lizard-chasing pet, or if you tried to catch these reptiles as a kid) is something called autotomy. That's a lizard's ability to easily detach part of their tail to escape a predator.

Amazingly, their vertebrae has built-in fracture planes that help a portion of the tail "eject" and then... they're outta there! And will grow back a replacement later. So don't worry too much when you see a lizard with a stubby tail. These guys know what they're doing!

05/15/2022

Sunday funny.

05/14/2022

๐ŸŽถ Tomorrow, tomorrow, the lunar eclipse is tomorrow. It's only a day away! If you're camping at a state park, you'll have an amazing view away from the bright city lights. The moonrise begins at 7:15 p.m. and the moon will be totally immersed in Earth's shadow at 8:30 p.m. until close to 10 p.m. ๐ŸŒ˜ If you're an astronomy enthusiast looking for a stellar show, check out our International Dark Sky designated parks: https://bit.ly/3l5PCGX
๐Ÿ“ท: file photo from the Jan. 2019 coppery red-hued "blood moon" lunar eclipse

Photos from AZ Family Campout Program's post 05/11/2022

A few highlights from last weekend's campout.

05/08/2022

Happy Motherโ€™s Day!

05/08/2022

Sunday funny.

05/07/2022

Thatโ€™s my perch! I donโ€™t know you!

Gosh darn it, Bobby! Brown-headed Cowbirds have been known to lay their eggs in the nests of other bird species. Quite possibly, these two birds were raised by the same parents in the same nest and treat each other as siblings. Perhaps a little ruffled feathers? It happens.

Or maybe these two donโ€™t know one another and are having a bit of a tiff? First rule of flight clubโ€ฆYou donโ€™t talk about flight club!

Images: A Yellow-rumped Warbler (left) and a larger Brown-headed Cowbird in the middle of branch wars at Lake Roosevelt NPS.

05/04/2022

Jawas are passionate scavengers that comb the deserts for scraps to capture and sell. They have a reputation for swindling and selling hastily refurbished equipment and faulty droids. Be warned! Please stay alert and recreate responsibly. โฃ
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Did you know Death Valley National Park stood in for โ€œTatooineโ€ in several scenes of the Star Wars movie series, including Episode IV -- A New Hope and Star Wars Episode VI -- Return of the Jedi? Today, visitors can tour familiar filming stops at Dantes View, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, Colorful Desolation Canyon, and the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.

On any visit to a national park, do as the Jawas do and stay hydrated and wear comfortable shoes.

Learn more "at at": https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/star-wars-in-death-valley.htm
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Image: Three costumed Jawas on a tour at Death Valley National Park during Death Valley Dark Sky Festival.โฃ P.S. Jawas are fictional characters. If you come across one in Death Valley, you may be overheated. Photo Courtesy Matthew Gray

05/04/2022
05/03/2022

News release: North Rim of Grand Canyon to reopen May 15 for 2022 season

The North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park will open on Sunday, May 15 at 6 a.m. to mark the official start of the 2022 season. Grand Canyon Lodge and Grand Canyon Trail Rides will also commence their 2022 seasonal operations on this date.

Visitor services, including the campground, Grand Canyon Conservancy bookstore and the Backcountry Information Office will open at 8 a.m. Information on daily Park Ranger programs will be available at the Roaring Springs Overlook Kiosk through October 15. Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim operations, including lodging, groceries, retail, food and beverage services, shower and laundry and the gas station, will also open May 15. The lodge dining room will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with reservations required for dinner service. The last day of the 2022 season for most commercial services will be October 15, 2022.

On May 15, Fire Point on the Kaibab Plateau will be reopened to the public. Closed due to the Ikeโ€™s Fire in September 2019, Fire Point is a popular destination for backcountry car camping, sight-seeing, photography and mountain biking. All overnight use in this area requires a backcountry permit.

The NPS will continue its operations including the Backcountry Information Office through October 31. Once Highway 67 is closed for the season, the North Rim is only accessible to the public via non-motorized travel.

For more information on booking lodging and campground reservations see the full news release here: https://www.nps.gov/grca/learn/news/north-rim-reopening-2022.htm

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05/03/2022

Effective Thursday, May 5, at 8am, Stage 1 fire restrictions go into place on State Trust Land within the following counties: Apache, Coconino - south of the Grand Canyon, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Yavapai, and Yuma Counties. Under S1, campfires are only allowed in designated and developed campsites and smoking is prohibited outside. Target shooting and fireworks are not allowed on State Trust Land at any time of the year.

In conjunction with restrictions, AZ Forestry prevention officers will begin patrols in high risk areas - including along I-17, the US 60 from the Lake Pleasant-area east into Pinal County and along the I-10.

05/02/2022

Glass collection at Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park

Thanks for the shout out, Arizona State Parks!
Our camping families are committed to helping the environment during our campouts! Rangers at each state park let us know what kind of work they need done during our campouts, so we've painted fences, cleared trails, removed invasive species, planted trees and cactus, and built kestrel and bat boxes, among other things.
We hope you'll join us!

05/01/2022

Sunday funny.

04/29/2022

Itโ€™s getting to be that season againโ€ฆ

National parks offer a unique experience for watching wildlife. But with that privilege comes great responsibility. Visitors are responsible for their own safety and for the safety of the animals, too. Simply put, leave animals aloneโ€”no touching, no feeding, no harassing. Do not feed any animals from your car and keep an eye on the road for any wildlife that may decide to cross at any time.

Now this message is not for those who know whatโ€™s up and would never dream of getting too close to wildlife on purpose. Thanks for leading by example! Think of this as a message to share with others you may know heading out to a park. โ€œVacation brainโ€ sometimes makes an appearance, and people may let their guard down, or get taken in by a bearโ€™s fluffy ears, only to have a less than pleasant experience in nature. With nature? Nature doesnโ€™t care about your vacation. It happens. Every year.

In conclusion, remember to keep your distance from wild animals, and enjoy your experience watching wildlife. Find more tips at: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/watchingwildlife/

Infographic entitled โ€œWildlife Safetyโ€ with a chart of two columns. First row has an illustration of someone feeding a squirrel โ€œnopeโ€ example next to an illustration of a person distanced next to no feed sign as โ€œbetterโ€ example. Second row has an illustration of a person taking a selfie next to a bear as and the word โ€œnopeโ€ next to an illustration of a person far away from a bear with words, โ€œgood jobโ€. Third row has an illustration of a person next to a moose with the word โ€œnopeโ€ next to an illustration of a person far away from a moose with words, โ€œnow you got itโ€. Fourth row has an illustration of a person about to touch a bison as a โ€œwhy?โ€ example next to an illustration of a person running away from charging bison herd with words โ€œGood luckโ€.

Photos from AZ Family Campout Program's post 04/29/2022

AZ Family Campout April 2022 Newsletter
By Kitty Carlisle (Grammatical Activist and AZFCO volunteer since 2013)

Our first campout of the season was held at ๐—Ÿ๐—ผ๐˜€๐˜ ๐——๐˜‚๐˜๐—ฐ๐—ต๐—บ๐—ฎ๐—ป ๐—ฆ๐˜๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฒ ๐—ฃ๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ธ, where we enjoyed Chamber of Commerce type weather. During the weekend, we observed a variety of birds, including curve-billed thrashers, doves, turkey vultures, ravens, a pair of cardinals, an American kestrel, and a red-tailed hawk. We also heard coyotes and saw bunnies, kangaroo rats, and ground squirrels. Many of the campers were successful starting the campfire, and they enjoyed using sling shots, hiking, and geo caching. We learned mountain biking tips courtesy of Jim & Tish from Santan Shredders, and what the emergency whistle sounds like while shooting archery due to horses on the range. We looked for scorpions, but found none, though after eating monkey bread, we found plenty of the invasive species stinknet โ€“ our stewardship project headed by Don Pike.

At ๐—–๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฎ๐—น๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ฎ ๐—ฆ๐˜๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฒ ๐—ฃ๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ธ, longtime volunteer Kim brought out artifacts like pottery sherds and arrowheads for the campers to look at and on the bird walk, she pointed out ravens, turkey vultures, red-tailed hawks, cardinals, a lesser goldfinch, house finches, quail, ladder-backed woodpeckers, Gila woodpeckers, and verdin. We also heard a great horned owl and coyotes howling, and a male vermilion flycatcher dazzled campers with his stunning coloration and aerobatic moves. We hunted for scorpions, went geo caching, and enjoyed archery. Our service project was picking up trash and young camper Layla was awarded the Campout Coyote Good Camper Award for being proactive with assigned chores, helping to wash dishes, and asking volunteers how she could help. She was also a crack shot at archery!

At ๐—ฃ๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฎ๐—ด๐—ผ๐—ป๐—ถ๐—ฎ ๐—Ÿ๐—ฎ๐—ธ๐—ฒ ๐—ฆ๐˜๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฒ ๐—ฃ๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ธ, we saw pied-billed grebe, western grebe, vermilion flycatchers, deer, coyote, cardinals, yellow warblers, Gila and ladder-backed woodpeckers, a great blue heron, black vultures, turkey vultures, an American coot, a great horned owl, broad-billed hummingbirds, lesser goldfinches, belted kingfishers, a Western Kingbird, red-winged blackbirds, curve-billed thrashers, white winged doves, ravens, white-crowned sparrows, Bellโ€™s vireo, and black swallowtail butterflies. The ground was carpeted with tent caterpillars and we saw huge bullfrogs. We fished, kayaked, and used paddleboards, and Marshall was awarded the Campout Coyote Award.

๐—™๐—ผ๐—ผ๐—น ๐—›๐—ผ๐—น๐—น๐—ผ๐˜„ ๐—Ÿ๐—ฎ๐—ธ๐—ฒ ๐—ฆ๐˜๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฒ ๐—ฃ๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ธ was chilly and very windy. No one caught any fish, even with the help of Marci from AZ Game & Fish, but they tried! Campers enjoyed geo caching and Jacob earned the Campout Coyote Award for proactively scouring the campsite and surrounding area for trash, collecting a large amount all on his own. He helped many of the younger kids use their flint steel and dryer lint around the fire ring and he also had a positive attitude and was very inquisitive, keeping his hand in the air with lots of great questions. The service project involved taking juniper trimmings and piling them in certain areas where park officials want to keep the public and pets from going into areas that are unsafe or under revegetation, including attempting to keep park visitors away from an area where people were diving off rocks into waters where injuries had previously occurred. The tree trimming and removal by park staff was done in preparation for fire season, so there was plenty to be used for this project.

04/26/2022

Way to go, Prisha!

Sometimes, it's hard to process just how advanced our youth are. Chandler Changemaker, Prisha, designed a wildfire prevention system that uses satellite and meteorological data to predict hot spotsโ€”areas where wildfires can occurโ€” using artificial intelligence.

Her wildfire prevention system predicts areas that are vulnerable to wildfires based on real-time data such as temperature, soil moisture, precipitation and wind.

Learn more about Prisha and her accomplishments โžก https://chandleraz.gov/changemakers

04/26/2022
Photos from National Park Service's post 04/26/2022

Photos from National Park Service's post

Photos from AZ Family Campout Program's post 04/25/2022

A few highlights from this past weekend's campout.

Thanks to volunteers Doug and Chris for the photos!

04/25/2022

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04/25/2022

But it's worth it, amiright?!

04/24/2022

Sunday funny.

04/20/2022

Congratulations to Edna Landin for being selected as a 2022 Hall of Fame Honoree by the Arizona Womenโ€™s Hall of Fame.

Landin spent 15 years promoting and publicizing the city of Tombstone and was vital to the preservation of the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. Her dedication toward historic restoration, rehabilitation, and preservation are the reason our park officially became Arizonas FIRST operational state park.

The Arizona Womenโ€™s Hall of Fame honors women who have left a lasting legacy in their fields and contributed to the history and diversity of Arizona.

Landin was nominated for this induction by Janolyn Lovecchio and co-sponsored by the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park.

A virtual program will be broadcast from the, Scottsdale Museum of the West on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 3 p.m. MST.

Learn More: https://azstateparks.com/press/PREdnaLandin4.22

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04/20/2022

This week in the parks we've been celebrating and the incredible impact our volunteers have on the park system! ๐Ÿ‘ And on Volunteer Recognition Day, we want to say THANK YOU!

Our volunteers help sustain Arizona's natural resources and historic treasures for future generations to enjoy. From visitor services, to trails and facility maintenance, campground hosts, and interpretive services... there are volunteers behind it all. ๐Ÿ’ช It's an important mission, and we're grateful for every volunteer who has answered the call! If you're inspired by their service, become a parks volunteer at https://bit.ly/3xAzhzl!

๐Ÿ“ท: AZ Family Campout Program volunteer, Kim Jenkins. Read how Kim feels rewarded by her volunteer service, as well as the perspective by many other parks volunteers in this article by another amazing volunteer, Kitty Carlisle (who has been with the Arizona Family Campout program since 2013!): https://bit.ly/3jXvjLk.

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