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Annual Ben Johnson Days

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Event# 480-650-7586

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JamFest, 'Fun' Gymkhana & Poker Ride/Walk, presented by the Goldfield Ghost Riders. The event encompasses two weekends with something for everyone - JamFest with overnight camping, Fun Gymkhana, Poker Ride/Walk. Proceeds benefit children's charities. This event not only promises fun and excitement, it also gives us the opportunity to help those who cannot help themselves. As Ben Johnson said, "Together we CAN make a difference!"

Fun Gymkhana 9am - $15 for entry and FREE for spectators

Dry Camping $40 (one RV space and admission for 2 for Jam Session - additional camoers $10 per person

JAMFEST! 2pm - 10pm LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC!!

Following Week, Sunday - Poker Ride/Walk $25.00

Annual Ben Johnson Days

Address : Apache Junction Rodeo Park, 1590 E. Lost Dutchman Blvd Apache Junction AZ
Phone : 480-650-7586   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Apache Trail

The Apache Trail Historic Road was designated a historic road on June 20, 1986

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Weaver's Needle

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Apache Junction, AZ Landmarks

Apache Greyhound Park

While legends of lost gold and hidden treasures still manage to lure adventurers to the Superstition Mountains in Apache Junction, Arizona, one of America's great western towns, thousands of visitors and residents stake claim to another shining jewel in the desert, Apache Greyhound Park.

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Goldfield Ghost Town

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