Apache Junction, Arizona
Apache Junction is a desert community located at the base of the famous Superstition Mountains, approximately 35 miles east of Phoenix on Highway 60(Superstition Freeway). Named for its spot at the junction of the Apache Trail and US Highway 60, the city enjoys approximately 295 days of sunshine a year, and has a year-round population of about 42,000 residents, which swells to 77,000 during the winter.

Apache Junction, Arizona has an elevation of 2,070 feet, and encompasses an area of 36.5 square miles. Superstition Mountain, the westernmost peak of the Superstition Mountains, is nearby.

Apache Junction is the gateway to fantastic outdoor tourism opportunities to the east, and a cosmopolitan culture to the west. It has been successful in maintaining a definite flavor and personality consistent with a true Western town. Apache Junction is a haven for retirees and those that escape the winter cold in of the Midwest and Canada.

Local Interest Links
Arizona Opry
Silly Mountain Park
Superstition Zipline
Apache Creek Golf Course
Superstition Mountain Musem
Superstition Shadows Park and Aquatic Center 
Goldfield Ghost Town
Lost Dutchman State Park
Prospector Park
Canyon Lake
Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Renaissance Festival (Seasonal)
The Dolly Steamboat
 
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