- The list below includes 128 free or cheap things to do in or near Apache Junction, Arizona, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Hiking Trails, Ziplines and Music Venue.
- From Lost Dutchman State Park to Siphon Draw Trail inc. Flatiron, Superstition Mountain, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Apache Junction and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert and Chandler.
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3901 West Pioneer Road, Phoenix, AZ 85086 MoreLess Info
Found within northern Phoenix, the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum puts a historical 1800s village on display in the height of its time period. Guides dressed in period costume help guests by leading them through the site and telling them about the history and personal stories of the living museum.
Besh Ba Gowah is an archeological site and not only. Besides the ruins and the other archeological findings which tell the story of the Salado people, there is also a botanical garden, a memorial library house, picnic areas and gift shops. There are also annual festivals.
Visitors of the Bell Recreation Center will have the opportunity to go swimming in both lap and walking pools. The location also offers shuffleboard, racquetball, tennis, table tennis, and mini-golf activities for guests to enjoy.
Avondale Friendship Park offers athletic fields, a multi-purpose room, and reservable ramadas. The park also has walking trails, a Japanese garden, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, and a dog park.
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10801 W Oakmont Drive, Sun City, AZ 85351 MoreLess Info
Featuring searchable collections of memorabilia including personal histories, print ads, archival photographs, and other items, the Sun Cities Area Historical Society sponsors the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum. The collections span 50 years of local history.
Available for riders of all skill levels, High Desert ATV Rides LLC is a company run by a local resident with an extensive knowledge of local trails. Visitors bring their ATV and are guided through the local trails.
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150 Jess Hayes Road, Globe, AZ 85501 MoreLess Info
Featuring 800-year-old ruins, Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park is situated on land once populated by the Salado people in a village called Besh Ba Gowah. The park exhibits the partially restored ruins and includes artifacts, pottery and botanical gardens.
Beshba-Gowah Museum displays the ruins of the ancient village of the Salado people. Patrons can explore the partially restored ruins and gain insight into the Salado lifestyle. The museum also houses a collection of Salado pottery, artifacts and botanical gardens.
A members-only facility, Anthem Community Center features fields and courts for baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, volleyball and tennis. The center also offers a playground, a seasonal water park, exercise equipment, picnic areas, a skateboard park and an amphitheater.