Prickly Pear and Mesquite Festival
Ted DeGrazia’s Superstition Collection
Barleen’s Arizona Opry Dinner Theater
Southern Arizona Road Adventure
Fully-supported week-long group road bicycle tour of southern Arizona. 42 riders, catered meals, 260 miles in 6 riding days. Camping/indoor stays with motel options. Intermediate level of difficulty.
Tallest Fresh-Cut Christmas Tree in the Nation
The tree arrives at Outlets at Anthem on Oct. 21 at 6 a.m. A team of 14 will spend more than eight hours a day for two weeks on mobile cranes to shape and decorate the 27-foot-wide tree...
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. It has been successful in maintaining a definite flavor and personality consistent with a true Western town.
For Visitors Information:
567 W. Apache Trail
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
- County: Pinal
- Year of Incorporation: 1978
- Elevation: 1,722
- Population: 42,000