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Lost Dutchman State Park
The Lost Dutchman State Park is named after the fabled lost gold mine. The park is in the Sonoran Desert, forty miles to the east of Phoenix. There are many trails which lead from the park to the Superstition Wilderness and the surrounding Tonto National Forest. This park offers numerous hiking trails, picnic facilities, nature trails, a dump station, 70 campsite and also restrooms and showers. Due to the mild winter climate, and close proximity to the Valley of the Sun, the park is the perfect destination for many people. Here, the month of March is the wettest month with most rain and the driest month is May.
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