Relish the great outdoors. Flanked by the rugged superstition mountains, Apache Junction is a desert playground with a historic past.
The Superstitions said to hold undiscovered gold, are the soul of Apache Junction, with trails that’ll take you back in time.
Locals call the jagged mountains southeast of Phoenix the “Supes.” The iconic range is home to some of the state’s most photographed trails as well as the Weavers Needle formation, Peralta Canyon, and the fabled Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. As the legend goes, an immigrant discovered gold in the Superstition Wilderness, revealing it on his deathbed. Tons of gold has been unearthed in the region, but none verified as his.
Along the Apache Trail, you can take a mine tour and pan for gold at Goldfield Ghost Town, a recreated boomtown that’s great fun for the whole family. You can also ride Arizona’s only narrow-gauge railroad, catch a mock gunfight, visit the Superstition Mountain Museum, or, if you dare, take a ride on the Superstition Zipline.
But it’s gold of another kind – celebrated Sonoran Desert sunrises and sunsets – that draw most visitors. This is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts thanks to the wide-open vistas and lush desert vegetation that is especially gorgeous in spring when the cacti and wildflowers are in bloom.
Pests in Apache Junction
Many homes in Apache Junction experience problems with pests and need assistance with pest control and termite control. If you have any experience with pests spread all over your property, you might already know how annoying that can be. And apart from being, it can also result in severe health problems as many different types of pests carry a variety of diseases. No matter what kind of product or home remedy you use, if the infestation is severe, you will hardly get any fruitful results. And even when you do, the joy will be short-lived as the pests will generally get back on your property within a short span of time.
Natural Pest Solutions
268 W Rosa St, Apache Junction, AZ 85120, USA