Prospector Park

Located on Idaho Rd, Prospector Park is a large & very nice park with lots of facilities. It’s surrounded by gorgeous mountain views & desert landscaping.

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Pickleball Courts

For those looking for a place to play the fast-growing sport of pickleball, Prospector Park is the perfect destination. With six outdoor courts, the facility is free to use and offers a hard permanent surface for players of all skill levels.

The second annual Apache Junction Pickleball Shootout Tournament will take place Nov. 20-21 on dedicated and lighted courts at Prospector Park, 3015 N Idaho Road. The double elimination tournament for adults will offer mixed, women’s and men’s divisions in 3.0-4.0 and 4.0-5.0 skill levels.

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Basketball Courts

The basketball courts at Prospector Park are a popular place for locals to hang out and enjoy the great weather. Located at 3015 N Idaho Rd, the facility has a number of amenities including a basketball court, soccer fields, and picnic areas.

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Soccer Fields

The soccer fields at Prospector Park Apache Junction are a great place for kids and adults alike to enjoy the sport of soccer. This large park has several well-maintained fields along with a couple of playground areas that have some nice equipment as well. The location is very nice & away from main roads surrounded by mountain views & beautiful desert landscaping. There are restrooms & shaded picnic areas as well. A real gem!


Prospector Park is a nice large park located on Idaho Road south of The Lost Dutchman Park. It has a lot of facilities including soccer fields, baseball, tennis and a couple of playground areas with nice equipment. There are also covered picnic/gathering areas and restrooms.

The city will pay a business $65,340 a year to empty 76 trash cans, fill eight soap dispensers, and clean 20 toilets and eight urinals at five Apache Junction parks and recreation centers. That’s more than double the amount it paid last year.

Based on home sales from Redfin, market competition in 85119 is moderate. Homes sell for about 2% below the list price and go pending in about 43 days. Home prices in this area are expected to rise slightly. This may be because of the proximity to the mountains and Superstition Shadows Mobile Home Park.

Picnic Areas

There are several picnic areas with shaded ramadas, tables, and grills in this tranquil state park along the base of the legendary Superstition Mountains. Picnics are permitted only in the designated areas and a permit is required for groups of 20 or more people.

Visitors can also hike the park’s numerous trails and take in the scenery of the Sonoran Desert. The park’s Native Plant Trail features a variety of cacti and other plants including ocotillo, cholla, prickly pear, yucca, acacia, and more. A trail guide is available at the ranger station.

Other trail options include the moderately difficult 4.4-mile Siphon Draw Trail or the easy 0.8-mile Jacob’s Crosscut Trail. Wildlife is abundant in the area as well with sightings of desert cottontail, quail, roadrunner, and coyote possible. Find out more!


Driving directions from Brimley’s White Glove Chem-Dry to Prospector Park

Driving directions from Prospector Park to Lost Dutchman State Park