- TripBuzz found 151 things to do with kids in or near Apache Junction, Arizona, including 136 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert and Chandler.
- From Apache Junction Little League Field to Lost Dutchman State Park, the Apache Junction area offers 83 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Hiking Trails, Ziplines and Theaters.
- Located at the base of the Superstition Mountains, Apache Junction derived its name from junction of US Route 60 and the Apache Trail. The town gets approximately 295 days of sunshine each year and is known for providing the look and feel of a real Western town, with activities including horseback riding. The town has several parks and open spaces that give people the opportunity to experience the wilderness.
A traditional bowling center, Brunswick Zone XL - Gilbert features 44 lanes suitable for open and league bowling along with bumper cars. The center offers arcade games, event hosting, a restaurant and bar, a pro shop and billiard tables.
Fountain Hills Theater is a community-led nonprofit theater that works to bring popular plays and musicals to the local area. In addition to the theater performances, they offer a youth theater program and special educational events.
Adjacent to the local skate park, the Desert Vista Dog Park offers three acres of open play for dogs. The space is divided into two fenced in areas with one for smaller dogs while the other is specifically for larger canines.
A movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies, the Regal Gilbert Stadium 14 features fourteen auditoriums, all with digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, and a variety of promotions.
Fountain Hills is a small, quiet town that features a notable landmark: the world's fourth tallest fountain. The fountain is at the center of a park, which also features a small splash park and extensive walking trails.
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In addition to an eight-acre garden, the Fountain Hills Botanical Garden complex has a wildlife preserve. Tours are provided by docents on a monthly basis, and there is a meandering trail through the desert slopes.