9th Annual Superstition Mountain Heritage Days and Apacheland Reunion

Local Area Featured Event

01/13/18 – 01/14/18   9am – 4pm

9th Annual Superstition Mountain Heritage Days and Apacheland Reunion

Join in on this non-stop, two-day annual event full of fun, history, lore, culture, and education held at the Superstition Mountain Museum, located at 4087 East Apache Trail. It is a short, five-minute drive from Lost Dutchman State Park via AZ – 88 W/N Apache Trail. 

Featuring the Native American superstar dancers, and the Yellow Bird Indian Dancers at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Actors and Western entertainers will tell stories of the adventures in filming movies and television shows in Apacheland's heyday, plus live music and food.

John Wayne impersonator Ermal Murphy and Champion Yodeler Paula Williamson will also be highlights, and perform twice daily.

Visitors can tour the historic Audie Murphy barn and the Elvis Chapel, the last remaining structures from Apacheland. Apacheland alumni Michael Dante, Ron Nix, Hank Sheffer, and Charlie LeSueur will be on hand all weekend to sign their books and tell tales of the old days at the Apacheland movie ranch.

Steve Cassat, known as "Cowboy Steve" will perform rope tricks and lariat feats. The Arizona Buffalo Soldiers – Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment will present colors on Saturday, January 14. Teton Ken, portraying the Dutchman, will be spinning tales of the Lost Dutchman Mine and demonstrating how to pan for gold. The Stamp Mill will be running at 11 a.m., and the big train will run all day.

A number of Native American artists and Western vendors will be offering merchandise for sale. Food will be available on the grounds.

For more information, visit the 9th Annual Superstition Mountain Days and Apacheland Reunion web page.