Arizona Mobile Home Parks for our Guest

Mobile Home Parks for 55+


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City of Apache Junction

RV Super Storage

Camping World

Bass Pro Shop

Library: 480-474-8555

Parks & Recreation: 480-983-2181

Police Department (non-Emergency): 480-982-8260

Emergency: 911

Chamber of Commerce: 480-928-3141

Arizona Office of Tourism: 602-230-7733

City of Apache Junction: 480-982-8002

Post Office: 1-800-ASK-USPS

Arizona Motor Vehicle Department: 602-255-0072[

Spring Training

Golf in Mesa Arizona

Museums in Mesa

Shopping in Mesa

Mesa Visitors Info

Tonto National Forest Recreational Opportunities

  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Movie Nights
  • BBQ
  • Jam Sessions
  • Potluck Dinners
  • Live Entertainment/Karaoke
  • Ice Cream Socials
  • Chili Cook-offs
  • Frequent Planned Events
  • Water Aerobics
  • Dances
  • Bible Study
  • Casino Trips
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Billiards
  • Bocce Ball
  • Shuffleboard
  • Library
  • Bingo
  • Putting Green
  • Exercise Room
  • Card Games
  • Wood Working Shop (Ironwood Resort)

Activities close to Apache Junction area include:

Travel time to most local activities listed above is 30 minutes or less. There are many more attractions within the greater metropolitan Phoenix area. Experience drama, the arts and museums including the Heard Museum and the Arizona Science Center, attend a concert at the Mesa Amphitheater or Arena, visit the Desert Botanical Gardens or catch a ball game at Chase Field, University of Phoenix Stadium or US Airways Center all within an hour drive from our Communities. Our Communities have easy freeway access to Loop 101, 202, and US-60 which means hassle free commutes to Hospitals, Churches, Airports, Shopping, Dining and more!

Looking for a quick trip to experience all Arizona has to offer? Whether you want to go north and escape the desert heat or head south to experience some of Arizona’s rich history, the options are many. Here a just a few of the recommended Arizona locations to visit: Wet your whistle at historical Whiskey Row in Prescott, Arizona; Explore the beautiful Red Rocks in Sedona, Arizona; Enjoy the scenic drive to Payson, Arizona and surrounding areas located in the Pines; Feel the “haunts” in the historical mining town of Jerome, Arizona; Feed the animals at Out of Africa Wildlife Park located in Camp Verde, Arizona; Experience the “Old West” in Tombstone, Arizona; Be awed by the unique architecture in the mining town of Bisbee, Arizona; Discover the beauty of our eco system by visiting Biosphere 2 located just outside of Tucson, Arizona; And Many More. Spend a day or a weekend – the choice is yours!