Lost Dutchman State Park
Lost Dutchman State Park is a 320-acre (129 ha) state park located in northwestern Pinal County, Arizona on the Apache Trail (State Route 88} north of Apache Junction, near the Superstition Mountains in central Arizona. It is named after the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine, a famously lost gold mine legendary in the tales of the Old West. It is accessible about 40 miles (64 km) east of Phoenix via U.S. Highway 60, the Superstition Freeway.
The park provides hiking trails and mountain bike access to the area known as the Superstition Wilderness, as well as views of the mountains.
|Silly Mountain Trailhead (5.6 miles)|
Saguaro Lake (7.8 miles)
Tom's Thumb Trailhead (24.3 miles)
Tempe Town Lake (25.6 miles)
Desert Botanical Garden (26.5 miles)
|Papago Park (27 miles)|
Gila River Memorial Airport (28.8 miles)
Piestewa Peak (31.4 miles)
Roosevelt Row Welcome Center (33.8 miles)
South Mountain Park and Preserve (35.4 miles)
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Lost Dutchman State Park, 6109 North Apache Trail
Apache Junction, Arizona 85119
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