Apache Junction Arizona Ghost Town

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Apache Junction Arizona

  • Apache Junction is a city in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona. According to the 2010 census, the population of the city was 35,840, most of whom lived in Pinal County. Apache Junction is named for the junction of the Apache Trail and Old West Highway
  • Apache Junction began as an old west mining camp. It has a colorful history involving Native American cultures, Spanish conquistadors and superstitions regarding the “Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine.” The city was named after the junction of the Apache Trail. It was incorporated in 1978
  • The Apache Trail extends from the junction to Canyon Lake, with an old stagecoach stop at Tortilla Flats. The Superstition Wilderness has many hiking trails and opens up a world of history and tales of lost treasures for visitors. Apache Junction also has about 51 RV parks.
  • The Apache Trail begins and ends in Apache Junction, Arizona, but its circle route takes you through 120 miles of “deserts, mountains, by cliff dwellings, along lake shores, through old mining towns and through beautifully eroded canyons.”
  • Goldfield Ghost Town is a tourist destination with information about the historical town of Goldfield, Arizona. Goldfield was established in 1892 but abandoned in 1898 after the gold mines played out.

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