LIVE WEBCAM FROM OUR VACATION RENTAL OF THE SUPERSTITION MOUNTAINS IN APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA
We hope you enjoy the views from our Apache Junction live webcam.
The webcam currently refreshes once every 5 minutes. On PC you can then right click and save the image before it refreshes every 1-4 minutes.
Apache Junction Webcam of the Superstition Mountains located in the Tonto National Forest which is part of the Sonoran Desert. The Tonto National National Forest is largest in Arizona and 5th largest in the US. The Superstition Mountains are too many legends to include the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine. This is a popular hikers destination with dozens of trails leading to caves, Indian dwellings, and much more.
The east part of our Apache Junction property line sits adjacent the Superstition Mountain Wilderness Area – perfect location for a live webcam feed. We’ve seen Javelina, Coyotes and even Bobcat walking the fence line. And we have heaps of rabbits and Gambel quail wondering all about. With the Superstition Mountains webcam, we hope to capture more wildlife. Most gets by us quickly but on occasion, we’ll capture something with the webcam. And on clear nights the sunsets can be quite spectacular as the mountain turns red.
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Moments captured from the Apache Junction desert webcam.
3 Mule Deer Captured Mar 1st 2019