National Parks / Natural World

Lost Dutchman State Park Apache Junction

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Lost Dutchman State Park
6109 N. Apache Trail
Apache Junction
AZ
85219
Tel: (480) 982-4485

Where are we going today?

The park is located 5 mi. north of Apache Junction, off of AZ 88 (the old Apache Trail), at the base of the Superstition Mountains.
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    This is 10 minutes from our house in Apache Junction. We go out there all the time. The sites are great, the workers do an excellent job keeping the place clean. The sites are far apart so you aren't on top of the next guy. The view of the Superstition Mt. is great, you are right there. Sometimes the coyotes at night sound like they are right outside your camper. One of the best campgrounds we have been to and we have traveled the Country.

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    mi grilfrind and i spint the afternoon on the trals it wose fun and we hade a nice day together

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    Scenic camp sites, dog friendly and nice hiking trails. Amenities include picnic table, fire ring/bbq, clean restroom and shower facilities with outside sinks for laundry and dishes, dog watering stations, recycling centers and interpretive trail for the kids. We had site #6 (no power) and enjoyed the ample site space and tranquility. The camp host was friendly and informative.

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    Just parked. We are in the dry camping overflow area. What a view! We may just stay here. The site is beautiful and well maintained. The picnic table and BBQ look band new.

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    Thanks for uploading my pictures of the rainbows that I took in October of 2012 while visiting with my sisterinlaw. I know exactly where the gold is! Where the rainbow ends!

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