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Opened and dedicated on December 5, 1977, Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, Arizona has a Visitor Center with Exhibits and a Gift Shop, 134 Overnight Sites, Picnic Pavillions, Restrooms, Shelters, and Showers. Hiking Trails and Mountain Bike Trails take visitors across rugged, desert terrain with tremendous views of the fabled Superstition Mountain. A good variety of birds can be seen in the park as well as desert wildlife such as bobcat, coyote, jackrabbit, javelina, and mule deer.