Mesa Apache Junction KOA Overview
Teddy Roosevelt called the Superstition Mountains “the most beautiful panorama nature has created.”
Teddy Roosevelt called the Superstition Mountains the most beautiful panorama nature has created. Youll see why not far from the Mesa/Apache Junction KOA, where giant saguaro cacti rise from the Sonoran Desert floor against a backdrop of craggy granite ramparts. Drive the 145-mile Apache Trail loop, resplendent with deep canyons, rugged trails and pristine lakes. Also nearby, climb a short path up to ancient cliff-dweller Indian ruins at Tonto National Monument. Explore with off-road jeep tours or guided horseback rides into the foothills. Phoenix is 30 miles west of the campground, with great restaurants, museums and a choice of Major League Baseball spring training games. A heated pool, a hot tub, assorted games and fine hospitality await at KOA. Savor them as the sun sets over the mountains.
- Camp Store
- Picnic Tables
- RV Supplies
- Rec Room
- Swimming Pool