Apache Trail Tour
Apache Trail Tour - Ghosts, Boats & Mines
Experience the Old West of Arizona on this day tour out to the Goldfield Ghost Town & Gold Mine. On this tour you will be immersed in the experience of the Old West with a visit to Lulu's Bordello, lunch at the old Saloon and a Scenic Steamboat ride on Canyon Lake for great views of Arizona's flora and Fauna.
Included in Cost
- Lulu's Bordello Entrance Fee or Reptile Exhibit Entrance Fee
- $30/person Lunch Credit
- Dolly Steam Boat tour fee
Adventure Price: $225 - $350
Apache Trail Ghost Town, Goldmine and Steam Boat TourSpend a day in the Old West! A short drive from the city lies the infamous Apache Trail. The original route was used by the Apache Tribe for travel through the harsh Sonoran Desert along the Superstition Mountains. Settlers expanded the footpath in the late 1800’s in prospect of mining gold and other precious metals. The area was incorporated in 1892 and dubbed Goldfield Goldmine. This “gold rush” of a town went as quick as it came. After only 5 short years of mining, the gold vein the miners were chasing had run dry. During the tour you will be able to take a tour INSIDE the once prosperous Goldfield Goldmine, get your “rattlesnakes” in at Lulu’s Bordello or the reptile exhibit, have a cold drink and lunch among the cowboy’s at “Mammoth Steakhouse and Saloon”, and experiences many more attractions of the Old West! In addition, you will be treated to a scenic steamboat cruise on Canyon Lake. The famous, “Dolly Steamboat”, will navigate a 6-mile journey along the 1,300ft. volcanic walls surrounding the lake during which time there may be opportunities to see bald eagles, bighorn sheep, red-tailed hawks, and many other desert animals.
Pick Up Locations
Pick up from Phoenix/Scottsdale hotel partners, VRBO's and personal residences is included in the cost of the tour. If you are outside of our normal pickup zone, you can meet at our office at 7750 E Redfield Rd. STE 104., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 where will we provide you with round trip transportation for the rest of your tour.
What To Bring
Remember, we are in the desert and it is dry! Always bring water when you are planning to hike through the desert. We do supply water available upon request. An additional layer (sweatshirt) is suggested, as it may get chilly up north. For those of us who burn easily, sunscreen is strongly advised along with a hat and good pair of sunglasses. IT IS MANDATORY to bring:
- Photo ID
- Cash and/or credit card (for additional souvenir purchases)
- Closed-toed athletic shoes are required. Please, NO SANDALS. You will not be able to participate in the Mountain Biking tour without the proper footwear.