Wildflowers are starting to bloom across the Grand Canyon State and they're a sight for sore eyes. If you're craving a little fresh air and exercise, these Arizona State Parks are still open and perfect for you to practice social distancing outdoors. Although some facilities may be closed, these spots let you get a little R & R with nature.\nFrom miles of shoreline and seas of wildflowers to red rock views, these parks remain open as long as they're used responsibly.\nIf you want to get your daily dose of sunshine, be sure to check the parks' pages for updates and changes.\nPicacho Peak State Park\nPrice: $7 per vehicle\nAddress: Eloy, AZ\nWhy you need to go: In spring, there are seas of wildflowers and an abundance of hiking trails.\nView this post on Instagram Just wanted to share Arizona's beautiful landscape.🌵🌄 #tb Hope you had a great weekend! A post shared by BELLA LEE (@lovebellastyle) on Apr 6, 2020 at 2:05pm PDT\nWebsite\nLake Havasu State Park\nPrice: $15 - $20 per vehicle\nAddress: 699 London Bridge Road, Lake Havasu, AZ\nWhy you need to go: You can sit on the shoreline and enjoy this desert beach minus the actual ocean.\nView this post on Instagram Love it when the clouds roll in! Tonight in Lake Havasu City Arizona! lakehavasucity#lhpc#arizona_ig#az_hiking#wetherbug#itsamazingoutthere#ig_skyvibes#ig_sunset#ig_hiddeearth#az_living_#12newsaz#beon12#abc15arizona#fox10phoenix#cbsnews#ig_skylovers#3tvphoenix#skylover#golakehavasu#havasuriverrats#riverrat#arizona_hiking#havasulife A post shared by Karen Blase Willman (@kannew2) on Apr 8, 2020 at 8:25pm PDT\nWebsite\nDankworth Pond State Park\nPrice: $10 per vehicle\nAddress: 8600 US-191, Safford, AZ\nWhy you need to go: Although this park is smaller, it's great for fishing, kayaking, and wildlife viewing.\nView this post on Instagram Good things come to those who bait ❤️ A post shared by Olivia Jeffs (@ollijeffs) on Jul 5, 2018 at 8:36pm PDT\nWebsite\nRed Rock State Park\nPrice: $7\nAddress: 4050 Red Rock Loop Rd., Sedona, AZ\nWhy you need to go: This 286-acre nature preserve is surrounded by dreamy red rock views. Get ready for a scenic solo trip.\nView this post on Instagram Sedona, AZ 📍 A post shared by Kourtney Salverson (@kourtneysalvo) on Jan 9, 2020 at 7:10pm PST\nWebsite\nTonto Natural Bridge State Park\nPrice: $7\nAddress: Payson, AZ\nWhy you need to go: Paved trails and viewpoints are still open. You'll get to see one of the world's largest natural bridges. We call that a win-win.\nView this post on Instagram Sonny needed to see the bridge too. Thank you everyone for my birthday wishes. This past year brought a lot of positive changes. Here’s to the last year in my 20s!! 🧡 A post shared by Cailee (@caileeworkman) on Dec 16, 2019 at 9:02pm PST\nWebsite\nHomolovi State Park\nPrice: $7 per vehicle\nAddress: Winslow, AZ\nWhy you need to go: This spot encompasses over 4,000 acres and features grasslands, hiking trails, petroglyphs, and a pueblo archaeological site.\nView this post on Instagram But if a climb to get here but worth the trip A post shared by Dennis Baptiste (@baptistedennis) on Jan 25, 2019 at 10:27am PST\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.