Queen Creek Canyon

Queen Creek Canyon is an outdoor recreation area located four miles east of Superior, Az. It includes the Oak Flat campground, Apache Leap, and Devils Canyon. This area is a rock climber’s dream, with 1000 routes waiting to be explored.

Picketpost Mountain Trail

Picketpost Mountain Trail is approx 4 miles, out and back, known for beautiful wildflower blooms, incredible views and an out-of-place mailbox found at the top. This trail is rated as difficult and hiking equipment is highly encouraged.

Superior Tour Company

Take in the sites on an in-town golf cart tour, or get up and personal with the beauty of this historic mining town in a lifted off road jeep; both coupled with one of our knowledgeable and friendly guides.

Box 8 Ranch

Box 8 Ranch is a well-groomed 25-acre campground and RV park with views of Picketpost Mountain and Apache Leap. Spend the day poolside, enjoy trails, and more. Hosts Chris and Traci preserve history while combining it with modern amenities

Legends of Superior Trails (LOST)

LOST is a trail project that, when completed, will connect Superior to the Arizona Trail. The trail consists of three segments; the desert trail, urban trail through Superior and the Canyon Segment through the beautiful Queen Creek Canyon.

Boyce Thompson Arboretum

Boyce Thompson Arboretum is located in the Sonoran Desert and is home to a variety of lush desert gardens, which all have a considerable beauty for you to experience in the spring, summer, fall and winter.

Superior Historical Society & Bob Jones Museum

The Bob Jones Museum run by the Superior Historical Society is the former house of Bob Jones, Arizona’s 6th governor and is filled with local memorabilia that highlight life in an Arizona copper mining town.

Picket Post Antiques

Kelli and Clint Elliott have transformed a renovated building from 1917 into an eclectic shop of antiques in Superior, AZ. Both owners are passionate about local history so make sure to save time to chat during your visit.

World’s Smallest Museum

With a roof crafted from 1800 beer cans, this 134 sq. foot museum exceeds capacity at three people. Housing the world’s largest Apache Tear, the museum’s collection of oddities is definitely worth the selfie as you journey through Superior!

Rose’s Roses / The Gecko Collekto

A local favorite for flowers and gifts, Rose’s  Roses also acts as a collective, with (12) 12×8 stores filled with local artisan creations at amazing prices. Rose’s also offers a unique outside venue for small events and family gatherings.