APACHE TRAIL is Arizona's Oldest Highway

Click on this link to view or download a printable version of the Historic Apache Trail map before starting your adventure!As the old Apache Trail ads would say: “Every Mile Is A Scene Worth While, Sunshine All The Way!”

Apache Trail Events2016-17 season

Apache Jii CelebrationOctober

All Indian celebration, Native American cuisine such as fry bread and Apache Acorn Stew, Native American singing, dancing and storytelling representing the Apache Tribe including Apache Crown Dancers, art including jewelry, clothing, dolls, pottery and more, additional entertainment by various tribes, free, 9 am - 5 pm, 928-425-4495 or 800-804-5623 or http://www.globemiamichamber.com

Ben Johnson DaysNovember

It is time, once again, for the Annual Ben Johnson Days hosted by the Goldfield Ghost Riders.The event encompasses something for everyone - Texas Hold-em Tournament, Fun Gymkhana, Poker Ride, 50/50 Raffles & of course the annual Horse Trailer Raffle! Proceeds benefit children's charities. This event not only promises fun and excitement, it also gives us the opportunity to help those who cannot help themselves. Event is held every year at Goldfield Ghost Town.To purchase tickets for yourself and for resale, contact Vicki 480-982-3666

Apache Trail Attractions

Goldfield Ghost Town|Website|(480) 983-0333

4650 N. Mammoth Mine Rd, Apache Junction, AZ 85119

Walk down Main Street, explore the many shops and historic buildings. Tour the historic Mammoth Gold Mine and visit the Goldfield Museum. Pan for gold then take a ride on Arizona's only narrow gauge train. You'll also get to witness an old west gun fight performed by the famous Goldfield Gunfighters! Spend a fun filled day, rich in wild west history!

Mining Camp Restaurant|Website|(480) 982-3181

6100 E. Mining Camp, Apache Junction, AZ 85219

The world famous Mining Camp Restaurant opened its doors to the public in 1961. The restaurant is located at the base of the beautiful Superstition Mountains in Apache Junction, Arizona. The restaurant's unique exterior is made up of roughly sawn ponderosa pine hauled from Payson, Arizona. A replica of the old mining camp cook shanty sits today at the base of the mysterious Superstition Mountains along Apache Trail.

Apache Trail Restaurants & Saloons

Filly's Roadhouse| Website| (480) 671-3056

1615 N. Apache Trail, Apache Junction, 85119

If you take the time to mosey down Apache Trail (SR 88) on your way to Canyon Lake, you will pass Filly’s Roadhouse. It isn’t the biggest place around nor is it the fanciest but it sure is a place to kick back and enjoy some fun in the sun. The patio which is tucked behind the restaurant is everyone’s favorite spot to kick back and enjoy an afternoon of eating, drinking and dancing sprinkled with lots of laughter and good times. Bring your family, bring your friends and get ready to let your hair down. This is country at its finest!

Hitching Post Pub|Website|(480) 983-8800

2341 N. Apache Trail, Apache Junction, 85119

The Hitching Post Pizza Pub is located at the corner of Highway 88 and Lost Dutchman (Brown) on the way out to Canyon Lake. We are famously known for our hand-tossed homemade pizza and delicious chicken! How could anyone miss out on live entertainment 6 to 7 nights a week, good food, cold drinks, and a great staff? Come on out and join the fun, it will be hard to miss us with our giant chicken on the front patio! The Hitching Post 2 is open in Gold Canyon along Kings Ranch Road right next to the golf course!

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