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Attractions in Torilla Flat

Apache Junction

It doesn’t get any better than this. In the shadow of the majestic Superstition Mountains, the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce represents a diverse group of businesses located in a varied geographic region extending east of the metropolitan Phoenix area in Pinal County.

Canyon Lake Marina

Less than an hour drive from Phoenix at an elevation of 1,660 feet lies the unspoiled beauty of Canyon Lake. Here, you’ll revel in a playground with more than 28 miles of cactus-dotted shoreline, explore wondrous rock formations, discover peaceful private coves and spot countless species of birds, bighorn sheep, deer, and javelina roaming freely through the landscape. Best of all, you’ll find new meaning in the spectacular Arizona sunsets that paint the canyon walls aglow

Superstition Mountain Museum

The Superstition Mountain Museum lies in the foothills at the southwest end of the awe-inspiring Superstition Mountains in central Arizona, the location offering commanding views of the Valley of the Sun, including Phoenix and the surrounding communities.

The museum is the realization of a dream shared by several individuals who formed the Superstition Mountain Historical Society, Inc. in 1980.

Goldfield Ghost Town

Come and visit Goldfield Ghost Town today! 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 gunfight performed by the famous Goldfield Gunfighters! Spend a fun-filled day, rich in wild west history!

Tortilla Flat

Tortilla Flat is an authentic remnant of an old west town, nestled in the midst of the Tonto National Forest, in the Superstition Mountain Range. Tortilla Flat started out as a stagecoach stop in 1904 and neither fire nor flood has been able to take away this historic stop along the Historic Apache Trail.

Barleens Dinner Show

The origins of the present day Barleens Dinner Show, featuring Barleen twins, Barbara and Brenda, goes back generations to their great-grandfather, Albert Loofburrow, and grandfather, Charles Barleen, who were both well-known barn dance fiddlers in Kansas.


Apache Trail Tours

The most ancient highway in all of North America, the Apache Trail flaunts its irresistible beauty with mighty canyons, jagged mountain peaks, and sparkling desert lakes while exuding the flavor and romance of the old West. As one of the most scenic drives in the country, it is also one of the most dangerous. You can enjoy it worry-free as our experienced and knowledgeable tour guides weave the trails and tales that make this land so intriguing!