Since the legendary Lost Dutchman Mine has never been rediscovered, the Superstition Mountains draw adventurers seeking lost gold as well as recreational riches. Situated at the base of the Superstitions, the park is an ideal starting point, fall through spring, for exploration of the Superstition Wilderness. Also, one of the Phoenix metro area's most popular desert lakes, Canyon Lake, is only a 30-minute drive from this campground. Most visitors camp, picnic, or hike interpretive desert trails. Lost Dutchman park is five miles northeast of Apache Junction off State Route 88. 

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Facilities 

      

Restrooms (Handicapped Accessible) 

Showers (Handicapped Accessible) 

Waste Disposal 

Group Use Area 

Picnic Area 

Hiking Trails 

Ramadas 

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Physical Attributes of Park Site 

Acreage - 292 

Approximate Elevation - 2,000 feet 

Number of Camping Units - 35 

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Miscellaneous 

Park has many Desert Interpretive Trails 

Stay Limit - 15 days 

Visitor Center - Hours vary 

Read the Legend of the Lost Dutchman Mine! 

Read about the Legend of the Pima Flood 

Park Phone Number - (602)982-4485