Lost Dutchman

Brochure and Map

brochure Lost Dutchman - Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map of Lost Dutchman State Park (SP) in Arizona. Published by Arizona State Parks & Trails.

Nearby Parks Hiking Trails Park Rules If you’re having a great time here, don’t forget to visit this nearby state park! McFarland State Historic Park (37 miles) Named after Governor Ernest W. McFarland, who signed the bill to form Arizona State Parks, the building served as the county courthouse, sheriff’s office, and jail until converting to a county hospital. (520) 868-5216 Native Plant Trail: A 0.25-mile trail near the Visitor Center that features desert plants along an accessible paved trail. Discovery Trail: This 0.7-mile trail connects the campground and day-use areas. The trail features information signs, a wildlife pond, bird feeder, and viewing bench. Treasure Loop Trail (#56): A 2.4-mile round trip, this trail is rated moderate and has elevation changes of 500 ft. It ends at either of our beautiful picnic areas. Prospector’s View Trail (#57): This 0.7-mile trail is rated moderate. It connects Siphon Draw Trail to Treasure Loop Trail and also connects to Jacob’s Crosscut Trail. Jacob’s Crosscut Trail (#58): At 0.8 miles, this trail is rated easy, and runs along the base of the Superstition Mountains. It connects Treasure Loop Trail with Prospector’s View Trail and continues 4.5 miles past the park area along the mountain’s base. Siphon Draw Trail (#53): The trail is 4 miles round-trip and winds into a canyon known as Siphon Draw with a 1,000-ft elevation gain to the basin area. • NOTE: Hikers can continue on the trail to the Flatiron, but the trail is not maintained past the basin. There are elevation gains of over 2,000 feet. The trail is very steep and difficult. Please allow 5-6 hours. Six miles round-trip. • LOST DUTCHMAN Cabins Camping cabins are available for reservation. Each cabin has two covered porches to fully enjoy the beautiful desert landscape. Cabins are furnished with a queen-sized bed, two sets of bunk beds, a table with chairs, electricity, lights, heating and air conditioning, and a locking door. Campers must supply their own linens or sleeping bags. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance. Cabins sleep up to six people. Reserve a camping cabin and start your park adventure at azstateparks.com/cabins. 09/20 Established 1957 Lost Dutchman State Park Named after the fabled lost gold mine, Lost Dutchman State Park is located in Apache Junction in the Sonoran Desert, 40 miles east of Phoenix. Several trails lead from the park into the Superstition wilderness and surrounding Tonto National Forest. Take a stroll along the Native Plant Trail or hike the challenging Siphon Draw Trail to the top of the Flatiron. Depending on the year’s rainfall, you might be treated to a carpet of desert wildflowers in the spring. Stay in our new comfortable camping cabins and enjoy a weekend of camping! Thank you for visiting! 6109 N Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ 85119 azstateparks.com/lost-dutchman AZStateParks Like/Follow/Watch us on: 1-877-MYPARKS | azstateparks.com • • • • • • • • • • Hiking Rules • • • • • • (480) 982-4485 | 1-877-MYPARKS • • • • Use caution when hiking. Carry at least one gallon of water per peson and wear appropriate footwear. Day-use hikers park in the day-use lots only. Cars parked on roads, campsites, by shower buildings, or by cabins will be towed. For your safety, stay on designated trails and out of old mine shafts. If hiking alone, tell someone where you are going. No motorized vehicles on trails. Report any problems to a park ranger. For emergencies, call 911. • • • • • Obey traffic signs. All tires must be completely on the pavement. Limit two vehicles per site or cabin at any time, no exceptions. Generator hours are 8 - 10 a.m. & 5 - 7 p.m.; includes idling vehicle. Quiet hours are 9 a.m. - 8 a.m. No nuisance noises at any time. Damaging/removing plants, animals, or archaeological, geologic, or historic objects is a crime! Leash (max 6ft.) and pick up after pets (domestic dogs and cats only!). Don’t leave pets unattended or take into park buildings. No wood gathering. Fire in rings or grills only. Do not leave fires unattended. Day Use hours/gates are open from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Park fees are per vehicle, unless in-tow. Campers arriving before 7 a.m. (Arizona time) must pay for the previous night. Stay limit is 14 nights in any 30-day period. Camp only in designated areas. Max 10 people per site. Max six adults (14 years +) or six kids per site. Leave something in your site to indicate that it is occupied or site may be forfeited. Check-in time is 2 p.m. for campsites, 3 p.m. for cabins. Checkout time is noon (12 p.m.) for campsites, 10 a.m. for cabins. Contain grey water, don’t litter, and keep sites clean. No washing/repairing RVs or vehicles. Emergency repairs require staff preapproval. Discharging fireworks/firearms in the park is a crime! This includes BB and pellet guns, bows, and slingshots. To Green Boulder TL Superstition Mountains TL To Flat Iron To Green Boulder PV JC JC Junction Gate Wilderness Park Boundary Trail Code Trail Name DI JC MB NP PV QL SD US TL VL Discovery Jacob's Crosscut #58 Mountain Bike Native Plant Prospector's View #57 Quail Loop Siphon Draw #53 Upper Siphon Draw Treasure Loop #56 Vista Loop SD To n t o N a t i o n a l F o r e s t ² ! Day Use ing To Apache Junction 5.2mi 8.4mi 74 HB1 42 Campers Only Beyond This Point No Day Use! ²» ! ! Park Entrance DI Coyote HB2 Sundial 41 75-104 9 Loop ! 43 90 91 44 89 92 87 93 88 95 94 86 85 84 83 96 82 81 97 98 80 78 99 79 77 76 75 100 101 103 102 104 45 47 49 46 48 50 51 53 58 55 57 52 MB 71 60 56 54 SUPERSTITION ! p _ ! Road 16 : Runner ! 3 ! ! Quail : 31 27 73 25 23 21 S up 30 29 28 26 24 22 20 TONTO TL MB 18 9 ! Main Campground e rst it i o n Green Boulder 2580' US M o u n tains 0 30 0 *Treasure Loop Bikes are only allowed on the lower portion of the trail west of Jacob's Crosscut. PV TL JC Saguaro Day Use Area Park Entrance Basin 3100' Primitive Trail Beyond Wilderness Boundary N AT I O N A L Cholla Day Use Area Flatiron 4592' 40 0 0 WILDERNESS _! ! p 37 35 70 6 33 8 69 67 4 7 2 5 65 9 3 68 11 1 10 66 12 63 13 14 72 64 15 61 17 19 62 59 DH BDEH BDH DH DH BDH DH H BDEH BDH Superstition Mountains Trail System : ! Hiker/Biker (HB) Campsites Overflow mp Ca NP To Canyon Lake 9.1mi 14.6km Siphon Draw Trailhead 127 129 123 121 131 130 126 120 Hummingbird DI 133 132 124 122 134 106 119 118 105 107 117 38 110 116 108 36 115 112 109 40 34 114 32 113 111 39 SD ! h! @! ! i i ! i ! HB3 9 ! Uses* * B=Mountain Bike D=Dog E=Equestrian H=Hike 9125 ! 128 SD FOREST E N S W ! QL VL 105-134 Loop Cabins ! Visitor Center VL Siphon Draw Day Use Do Not Enter Emergencies Only 5 ! ( 4 ( ! 3 ( ! 2 ( ! (1 ! ! 3 i !! ² Saguaro ! ! i ! Day Use _ ² Sundial ! Palo Verde Day Use 3 ! " MB Day Use Areas Close At 10pm! MB 2100 ! Cholla Day Use MB Private i _ ! ! QL ! 3 ! MB Length One Way mi km 0.4 0.7 1.2 1.9 2.8 4.6 0.2 0.4 0.6 1.0 0.8 1.3 1.1 1.7 1.3 2.1 2.4 3.9 0.4 0.6 2 Parking ! Shower O ! Cabin ! 00 ! 00 Primitive Trail Restroom 23 ! ! ( 00 ! Contour Interval 20 Feet Created by: ASPT GIS Team Date: 8/13/2020 Ramada Trail Ranger Station Poppy Lupine Mallow Primrose Mistletoe ! 0.1 Group Campground Dump Station 22 ! Kilometers 0.2 0.2 Miles Drinking Water Trailhead ! 0.05 0.1 Point of Interest ! 0 0.05 TL ! O @ ! _ ! p ! Campground ! TL W 0 ! 9 ² ! » ! : ! 3 ! i ! S ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ !! N Cabins " " 2 *Treasure Loop Bikes are only allowed on the lower portion of the trail west of Jacob's Crosscut. ! E SD Siphon Draw Trailhead Private 0 0.5 0 0.25 0.25 0.5 1 1 Kilometers Contour Interval 200 Feet Miles

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