Apache Junction is a more spread out more relaxed city. Located under the shadow of the Superstition Mountains and with the desert beauty of Pinal County. Apache Junction is situated with a federal wilderness area to the north and east of the town. The city has the population of 35,840, and is the home of the tales of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine.
Apache Junction is named for the junction of the Apache Trail, use to build the Roosevelt Dam, and U.S. 60 highway, known a Superstition Highway.
Homes here can vary from custom homes on 1 to 5 acres parcels, to modest homes and condos. This is very much a toursist and recreational area with lakes within close distance.
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