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Arrange for a Charter Bus in Apache Junction, Arizona to Drive You Around This Desert Community

Apache Junction, Arizona

Apache Junction in Maricopa and Pinal counties in Arizona is home to about 42,000 people. This desert community is named for its spot at the junction of the Apache Trail and U.S. Route 60. Located near the Superstition Mountains, the city enjoys around 295 days of sunshine each year. Come and experience this city with a true Western town personality by getting on a charter bus in Apache Junction, Arizona.

Arts, Culture & History

If you want to experience the best of Apache Junction's arts, culture and history, you can start by visiting the Superstition Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts, folklore, documents and other items that tell of the city's past, culture, and heritage.

The Museum also has reproductions of a 19th-century town, with business offices, stage coach stop, a barber shop, and other displays of authentic 1800's relics. This part of the museum offers great photo opportunities for the entire group! Also surrounding the museum are well-marked trails for nature walks.

Additionally, check out the Audie Murphy Barn and the Elvis Memorial Chapel, which were moved to the museum piece by piece after a fire destroyed the Apacheland Movie Ranch; as well as the rare and historical Stamp Mill, a then-state-of-the-art mill used for recovering gold in the 19th century.

You can also ask your charter bus in Apache Junction, Arizona to drive you to Goldfield Ghost Town. You can walk down Main Street and explore many historic buildings and shops here. Then you can tour the historic Mammoth Gold Mine, check out the Goldfield Museum, pan for gold, take a ride on the state's only narrow gauge train, try the Superstition Zipline, and watch an old west gun fight.

You may also want to visit the city in time for the Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace. It is a medieval amusement park, a 30-acre circus, a 13-stage theater, a jousting tournament, an arts and crafts fair, and a feast all rolled into one! The festival is seasonal and usually takes place on the weekends of February and March.

Parks, Recreation & Outdoor Venues

Take a charter bus in Apache Junction, Arizona and visit OK Corral. This is a family-owned stable where you can go horseback riding along a beautiful "old west" scenery. You can also check out Silly Mountain Park and go hiking down assorted trails. This park also has a lovely botanic garden.

You can also take a little cruise aboard the Dolly Steamboat along the secluded inner waterways of Canyon Lake.

Lost Duchman State Park is another great place to visit if you love the outdoors. You can hike, camp, mine, or go sightseeing. You may also want to go and see the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, which has a great collection of arid-land plants. Or go on an Apache Trail Tour and savor the magnificent views.


Golf, Apache Junction

If you want to play a round of golf, you can try the beautiful Apache Creek Golf Course. There's also Lost Gold at Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club, Prospector at Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club, and Roadhaven Golf Course.

Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 and book a charter bus in Apache Junction, Arizona to drive you around.

A charter bus in Apache Junction, Arizona is the perfect solution to your transportation needs while touring the city. Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 to reserve one. We have a fleet of clean and well-maintained buses as well as professional and reliable drivers.