The visitor center/gift shop and group camping areas are closed.
Masks are required when visiting the park. Please also wear a mask while recreating outside if social distancing cannot be maintained.
Until further notice: Day-use parking is limited and no visitors in the campground. Weddings and day-use groups are limited to 25 people or less, must practice social distancing, and register ahead of time with park staff. The dump station and showers are closed to anyone not camping at the park.
Nearby State Parks
Visit nearby Arizona State Parks.
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park
McFarland State Historic Park
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
Oracle State Park
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Downtown Apache Junction
The site features information regarding downtown Apache Junction attractions and information about the area.
Superstition Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum
Located on 12 acres near the park, this non-profit museum helps to preserve and protect the history and legends of Arizona's Superstition Mountains. Features a variety of exhibits. Open Daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Goldfield Ghost Town
Scenic railroad and mine tour located down the street from the park. This 1890s period town features a saloon, rock shop, an ice cream parlor, Native American art and crafts, the Goldfield Museum, live "gunfights" on weekends, and more.
Arizona Steamboat Cruises
Cruise the secluded inner waterways of nearby Canyon Lake on an old-fashioned steamboat.
The last remaining stagecoach stops along the Apache Trail, two miles past Canyon Lake, 18 miles northeast of Apache Junction. Population: six.
Looking for more fun things to do in Arizona? Your Arizona State Parks are full of opportunity for the whole family!