Apache Junction is the last small town before you venture out into Roosevelt Hills where you will find dirt roads, hiking, three lakes, a damn, and a really good time. Apache Junction has turned into a retirement village and a snow bird landing spot for every old person who wants to avoid the cold weather. The population goes from 10000 during summer months to 140000 in the winter months.
Apache Junction is gateway to mining towns, mountain ranges, the Renissance festival, caving, Globe and many other sites worth playing at and taking photos of. Apache Junction has an amazing thrift store area if that is your cup of tea. They have the standard thrift stores, estate thrift stores, flea markets and antique stores, it is a plethera of shopping delight in attempt to find a bargain or a deal.
Apache Junction is the start of the Apache Trail leading up the Salt River and some beautiful lakes, ending at Roosevelt lake.
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