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Apache Greyhound Park - Dog Racing
Apache Greyhound Park - Live Dog Racing and Simulcast Horse Racing
2551 W. Apache Trail, Apache Junction AZ 85220
Conference, Banquet & Meeting Facilities

OK Corral Stables
Horseback Riding and RV Campground
(480) 982-4040

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Ron and Jayne Feldman opened the historic OK Corral Stables 30 years ago.  Join them and their sons Jesse and Joshua on beautiful desert rides as they describe the flora and fauna of the area.  Licensed by the Tonto National Forest, OK Corral is a famous pack station for Lost Dutchman Mine hunters.  Horse rentals from one hour to all day.  Also scenic R.V. Campground and overnight horse boarding available.
Mining Camp Restaurant and Trading Post
(480) 982-318

Reservations Accepted
Open October through June
Monday-Saturday 4:00-9:00 pm 
Sunday Noon-9:00 pm

Loosen your belt and visit this rustic establishment at the base of the mysterious Superstition Mountains.  This restaurant follows the theme of the old mining camp cook shanties.  Enjoy heaping platters of world-famous BBQ ribs, roast chicken with dressing, and roast beef sirloin with all kinds of fixin's.  Meals are served family-style, all-you-can-eat.  Browse through the large selection of gifts and souvenirs found in the gift shop.  Enjoy historical articles and relics of the old mining days. 

Goldfield Ghost Town
Mine Tours and Train Rides
480 983-0333

Open 7 days a week from 10 am until 5 pm

wpe88573.gif (22468 bytes)In the 1880's Goldfield was a booming community.  It boasted a population of  5 thousand people.  There were 3 saloons, a hotel, boarding houses and a general store.  There were 50 working mines in the district.  The boom town of Goldfield is located on a little knoll off Mammoth Mine Road, and offers an interesting guided tour of a reconstructed section of the Mammoth Mine.  There are unique shops, a saloon, bakery and a general store. Enjoy a great meal, pan for gold, or take a ride on Arizona's only narrow-gauge railroad.

Superstition Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum
at the Goldfield Ghost Town
(480) 983-4888
Open Daily 9:00am-3:00pm

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Apache Trail Tours
For information and reservations call (480) 982-7661

wpe41564.gif (39124 bytes)Join us for exciting Jeep, Helicopter and Hiking Adventures through some of the most magnificent, awe-inspiring scenery in Arizona!  Rugged off-road Jeep Tours on our exclusive trails and breathtaking panoramic views abound along the cliff sides of the historic Apache Trail.  Experience the thrill of soaring by helicopter over the mysterious Superstition Mountains and the sparkling Salt River Lakes.  Take a hiking tour into the wilderness for the afternoon or pack in for an overnight stay!   Custom tours available and can be combined with any attractions.  Ask about our unique outdoor group sites.  Call us to arrange your Ultimate Wild Adventure.


Day Spas & Health Clubs

A Time for Us Day Spa
124 S. Ironwood #5
Apache Junction Arizona 85220
(480) 983-0836

Ovations Skin Care and Wellness Spa
879 N. Plaza #B-101
Apache Junction Arizona 85220
(480) 983-3796

Saguaro Fitness Center
305 N. Plaza
Apache Junction Arizona 85220
(480) 982-7794

Playalife Yoga
879 N. Plaza #B-103
Apache Junction Arizona 85220

Roosevelt Lake Partners
  • Spring Creek Inn and RV Resort

  • Restaurant

  • Roosevelt Lake Golf Club

  • RV and Boat Storage

  • Manufactured Home Subdivision

The Dolly Steamboat Cruises
(480) 827-9144
Dinner Cruises & Nature Cruises
Charter the Dolly for your special occasion:
dinners, weddings, meetings, parties or company events.
Tortilla Flat, Arizona
18 miles NE of Apache Junction on Hwy 88
(480) 984-1776
wpe09697.gif (39461 bytes)Where the heck is Tortilla Flat?
The authentic Stage Coach Stop of Tortilla Flat, Arizona is nestled in the Superstition Mountain Wilderness with six full-time residents.

The Tortilla Flat Superstition Saloon has been serving adventurous travelers for over 100 years.  Saddle up to the bar and get the best "Old West" Burgers and home-style Chili and Salsa.   Mosey on down the boardwalk past the official U.S. Post Office to the Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Candy Store and try a scoop of our famous prickly pear cactus ice cream!


Apache Lake Marina and Resort
30 miles East of Apache Junction on Hwy 88

(928) 467-2511
Surrounded by the Superstition Wilderness and Three Bar Wildlife Area, Apache Lake
sits amid the playground of bighorn sheep, javelina, deer, mountain lion, and eagles. 

18 mile long Apache Lake fully accommodates fishermen, skiers,
sailors, speed boaters, windsurfers, swimmers, and lakeside campers. 

Features at the Marina and Resort include air conditioned rooms and suites with cooking facilities,
restaurant, lounge, RV hook ups, boat rentals, tackle and bait shop, gas dock and boat storage.
Boyce Thompson Arboretum
located just 30 miles east of Apache Junction on Hwy 60
(520) 689-2811
wpe22776.gif (45447 bytes)Founded in the mid-1920's, the Arboretum is Arizona's oldest and largest botanical garden featuring plants from the world's deserts.  It is truly one of the state's most spectacular nature spots!  Highlighted among the 323 acres are a hidden canyon below Picketpost Mountain, towering trees, Queen Creek, Ayer Lake, nature trails and educational information.  Specialty gardens include the Cactus Garden, the Wing Garden and the Demonstration Garden of low water-use plants.  Enjoy shaded picnic grounds, bird-watching and colorful wildflowers.  Visit the bookstore, gift and plant shops.
Donnelly Horseback
Vacations & Stables
Gold Canyon, Arizona
(480) 982-7822 www.dondonnelly.com
Enjoy the fantastic Superstition Mountain Wilderness Area
on the back of a fine horse with the most experienced wranglers to guide you.  Take a short ride or a multiple day vacation.  Group activities available.

Canyon Lake Marina
(602) 944-6504
16 miles NE of Apache Junction on Hwy 88

wpe66037.gif (48219 bytes)Canyon Lake marina, nestled in the spectacular beauty of Central Arizona and is located in the Tonto National Forest.  The full service restaurant offers fine dining with a spectacular view.  From boaters and fishing enthusiasts, we have marine and fishing supplies and a fuel dock.  Boat rentals are available year 'round.

We invite you to experience the splendor of Canyon Lake and its facilities at the marina.  The campground offers 10 RV sites with hook-ups and 17 non-power RV sites.  Boat rentals are available.


Barleen's Arizona Opry
2275 E. Old West Highway, Apache Junction

All new show!

The Arizona Renaissance Festival
Located at Highway 60, between Gold Canyon & Florence Junction
Call (520) 463-2700 for event information or www.royalfaires.com

Saturdays, Sundays and President's Day Monday

February 1-2 thru March 22-23, 2003

Open 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM


Golf Courses

Apache Creek Golf Club
3401 S. Ironwood
Apache Junction, Arizona 85220
(480) 982-2677

Gold Canyon Golf Club
6100 S. Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, Arizona 85218
(480) 982-9090

Mountain Brook Golf Course
Highway 60 and Mountain Brook Drive, Gold Canyon
(480) 671-1000


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