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  • Goldfield Visit Arizona

    Gold was discovered here in 1892, and the town quickly sprang to life. The first official post office opened on October 7, 1893, and new miners flooded in. Goldfield boomed alongside the supply of gold ore for five years, when the quality of the ore dropped.

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  • Visit Goldfield Ghost Town on your trip to Apache Junction

    Get in touch with the spirit of the Old West at Goldfield Ghost Town, a historical former mining village brought back to life. When gold ore was discovered in the surrounding area in the 1890s, the boomtown quickly grew thanks to the influx of treasure seekers and fortune hunters heading out west.

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    For five years the town boomed until some 1,500 souls were residing in the burgeoning city. But like other gold camps, Goldfields bustling days were quickly dashed when the vein of gold ore started to play out and the grade of the ore dropped even more. Just five years after it began, the town

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    Situated atop a small hill between the Superstition Mountains and the Goldfield Mountains, the settlement of Goldfield got its start in 1892 when very rich, high grade gold ore was found in the area.

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  • Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction Roadtrippers

    After several unsuccessful attempts to reopen the mines, the town did come to life again from 1910 on and off until 1926. After more than 115 years, travelers from all over the world still visit this gold mining town located on the historic Apache Trail and enjoy the excitement and grandeur of Arizona's wild west

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  • Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine

    The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine (also known by similar names) is, according to legend, a rich gold mine hidden in the southwestern United States. The location is generally believed to be in the Superstition Mountains , near Apache Junction , east of Phoenix , Arizona .

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  • Welcome to Goldfield Ghost Town in Apache Junction, AZ

    Apache Junction, Arizona (AZ), US Situated atop a small hill between the Superstition Mountains and the Goldfield Mountains, the settlement of Goldfield got its start in 1892 when very rich, high grade gold ore was found in the area.

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  • Goldfield Ghost Town (Apache Junction) TripAdvisor

    Nov 23, 20180183;32;Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction Hours, Address, Goldfield Ghost Town Reviews 4/5. United States ; Would you recommend wearing modest dress to this place or activity? Yes No Stopped by on our return from Tortilla Flat and stumbled on a gunfight in the center of this quot;wild west gold townquot; Toured the town including the

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    RV Parks Apache Junction Arizona Superstition Peak inside the Superstition Mountains offers hiking, riding trails, and picnic areas. Canyon Lake, Apache Lake and Roosevelt Lake are typical conveniently located inside the Salt River Canyon making waterskiing, boating, fishing, hiking and biking conveniently near to Apache Junction.

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  • Things to Do in Apache Junction Goldfield Ghost Town

    The Goldfield Ghost Town is an abandoned mining town from the late 1800s just outside of Phoenix, Arizona on the Apache Trail. The town has been revived as a living museum and historic attraction, full adventures and entertainment.

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  • Visit the Superstition Mountain Museum Apache Junction

    Apache Junction, Apache Junction Events, Fun Stuff, Things to Do Posted on March 14, 2016 Posted By Eric Fox. Visit the Superstition Mountain Museum. Most people in the Valley of the Sun have heard the story of the Lost Dutchmans Gold Mine.

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  • The Town Of Goldfield lost mines

    Goldfield Ghost Town is located 4.5 miles N/E of Apache Junction, Arizona on the Historic Apache Trail. The town of Goldfield began as a collection of white canvas tents, used as homes of the gold seekers that rushed west in the late 1800s and they settled in

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  • Goldfield A ghost town that is very much alive

    From that point on, the town started to attract tourists that came to hear about the beginnings of Goldfield and to enjoy in the legend of the Lost Dutchmans Gold Mine that involves the Apache Indians, a sacred place filled with gold and a murderous plot to keep it that way. A bar and a new general store were opened as well as a photo shop.

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  • Arizonas wild west Goldfield is a ghost town in Arizona

    Goldfield was once a gold mining town, but now a ghost town northeast of Apache Junction in Pinal County, Arizona. The settlement of Goldfield got its start in 1892 when low grade gold ore

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  • Apache Junction, Arizona

    Apache Junction is a city in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona. According to the 2010 census , the population of the city was 35,840, [2] most of whom lived in Pinal County. Apache Junction is named for the junction of the Apache Trail and Old West Highway .

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  • Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction, Arizona

    Apache Junction, Arizona We'll say it Goldfield is a dazzling nugget of desert entertainment. This roadside reconstruction of a gold discovery boom town delivers period characters, a mine tour, a mystery spot, a reptile museum, and legends of a lost treasure.

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    Goldfield Ghost Town Superstition Mountain, Apache Goldfield Ghost Town Apache Junction, Arizona. Once upon a time, Goldfield sat atop a hill near the Superstition Mountains and Goldfield Mountains and was a bustling town that had struck gold in 1892.

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    were removed and hauled 500 miles to Apache Junction. The deal was that the stamp mill went to the museum, where it was reconstructed, and the 100 year old cut wood timbers were used in the construction of Gold field Ghost Town. An amazing thing about this donation is that the entire operation is virtually identical to the mill

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  • Goldfield Ghost Town Official Site

    Just when it looked like the town would outgrow Mesa, the vein faulted, the grade of ore dropped and the town died a slow painful death. After several unsuccessful attempts to reopen the mines, the town did come to life again from 1910 on and off until 1926.

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    Feb 13, 20120183;32;This mine was a bonanza of rich gold ore. The mine was located shortlyafter a thunderstorm and flash flood on April 14, 1893. The discovery of the mine must be attributed to four men, C.R. Hakes, J. R. Morse, Orlando and Orrin Merrill.

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  • Apache Junction, Arizona Wiki Everipedia

    Apache Junction is a city in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona. According to the 2010 census, the population of the city was 35,840, [4] most of whom lived in Pinal County. Apache Junction is named for the junction of the Apache Trail and U.S. Route 60.

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  • Spotlight Mesa/Apache Junction Good Sam Camping Blog

    Mesa/Apache Junction Strike gold in the heart of Arizona. A world of riches awaits you in Mesa and Apache Junction. Located just east of Phoenix, Mesa dazzles culture seekers with ample arts and museums, excites baseball fans with Major League Baseball spring training and delights foodies with a thriving agritourism scene.

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  • Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction Roadtrippers

    After several unsuccessful attempts to reopen the mines, the town did come to life again from 1910 on and off until 1926. After more than 115 years, travelers from all over the world still visit this gold mining town located on the historic Apache Trail and enjoy the excitement and grandeur of Arizona's wild west

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    Goldfield Ghost Town Apache TrailBut like other gold camps, Goldfields bustling days were quickly dashed when the vein of gold ore started to play out and the grade of the ore dropped even more. Just five years after it began, the town found itself quickly dying.

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  • Three Gold Mining Secrets on Apache Trail, Goldfield Ghost

    Oct 17, 20140183;32;This video is about Three Gold Mining Secrets on Apache Trail, Goldfield Ghost Town AZ, The Mystery House The drive from Apache Junction AZ offers magnificent vistas of the Superstition Mountains

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    Plaque dedication at Apache Junction AZ..Spring 1997. GOLDFIELD MINING DISTRICT Goldfield Mining District lies just west of the towering cliffs of Superstition Mountain in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Originally named Superstition Mining District, this area has yielded millions of dollars worth of gold

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  • Goldfield, Arizona A Living Relic of the Wild Wild West

    Goldfield Ghost Town, Arizona, United States. The original settlement of Goldfield was founded in 1892 about 5 miles northeast of Apache Junction in Arizona, on the historic high grade, gold ore that was found in the area in the late 19 th century coupled with the legend of the Lost Dutchmans Gold Mine led plenty of new miners to

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    The Arizona Trailblazers teamed up with the Apache Junction Horse Rescue Corporation to raise money for neglected, abused, and unwanted horses. Almost 50 hikers and horse riders attended the charity event held at the Goldfield Ghost Town, located on the Mammoth Mine Road just east of Apache Junction near the Lost Dutchman State Park.

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  • The Town Of Goldfield lost mines

    Goldfield Ghost Town is located 4.5 miles N/E of Apache Junction, Arizona on the Historic Apache Trail. The town of Goldfield began as a collection of white canvas tents, used as homes of the gold seekers that rushed west in the late 1800s and they settled in

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  • quot;Ghost Adventuresquot; Apache Junction (TV Episode 2015) IMDb

    Ghost Adventures crew spend the night in the ghost town of Goldfield, Arizona, which was the original Apache Junction. Zak tests new gas detecting equipment in the mines, and Jay Wasley is utterly startled when he sees a man in a trench coat roaming through the town.

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  • Goldfield An Arizona Centennial Treasure Blogger

    Feb 13, 20120183;32;This mine was a bonanza of rich gold ore. The mine was located shortlyafter a thunderstorm and flash flood on April 14, 1893. The discovery of the mine must be attributed to four men, C.R. Hakes, J. R. Morse, Orlando and Orrin Merrill.

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  • Lots of fun in Apache Junction Wobbly Road

    Yes, its been a wonderful trip so far and were having lots of fun in Apache Junction. So much fun that were considering doing this annually and this is such a nice little park on the edge of everywhere.

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  • Apache Junction, Arizona

    Apache Junction is a city in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona. According to the 2010 census , the population of the city was 35,840, [2] most of whom lived in Pinal County. Apache Junction is named for the junction of the Apache Trail and Old West Highway .

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    Jul 10, 20180183;32;Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction Hours, Address, Goldfield Ghost Town Reviews 4/5. United States ; Arizona (AZ) Would you recommend wearing modest dress to this place or activity? Yes No Unsure. Do you have to pay for wi fi at this place or activity? The narrative on the train about the gold mining that went

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    When the ore vein beneath the mining town of Goldfield faulted, the once booming settlement dwindled. As the number of residents dropped, its fate seem sealed as a ghost town. However, as time marched on, and the historic structures endured, the ambience of

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  • Goldfield, Arizona A Living Relic of the Wild Wild West

    Goldfield Ghost Town, Arizona, United States. The original settlement of Goldfield was founded in 1892 about 5 miles northeast of Apache Junction in Arizona, on the historic high grade, gold ore that was found in the area in the late 19 th century coupled with the legend of the Lost Dutchmans Gold Mine led plenty of new miners to

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  • Apache Junction, Arizona Facts for Kids

    Goldfield was a mining town established in 1893 next to the Superstition Mountain. When the mine vein faulted, the grade of ore dropped and the town eventually became a ghost town. The town and its historic buildings were revived as a tourist attraction. The ghost town is located at 4650 N, Mammoth Mine Road in the town of Apache Junction, Az.

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  • Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction, Arizona

    Apache Junction, Arizona We'll say it Goldfield is a dazzling nugget of desert entertainment. This roadside reconstruction of a gold discovery boom town delivers period characters, a mine tour, a mystery spot, a reptile museum, and legends of a lost treasure.

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