Due to the Superstition Fire and US Forest Service closures and restrictions on the Tonto National Forest and Superstition Wilderness area the following Lost Goldmine Trail facilities are impacted as follows:
- Broadway Trailhead - Closed
- Cloudview Trailhead-Open, but no access to the Forest Service managed Hieroglyphic Trail.
- Lost Goldmine Trail East Trailhead-closed due to closure of Peralta Road.
Please recreate responsibly and obey all closure and restrictions as posted. Check back frequently for changes. For updated information on Tonto National Forest closures visit their website here.
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Pinal County residents and visitors have access to a wide variety of park, trail and outdoor recreation opportunities. Pinal County is home to 5 State Parks, 4 Wilderness areas, 3 National Monuments, 2 National Forests and a National Scenic Trail.
Pinal County also provides several neighborhood/community parks and manages approximately 60 miles of regional non-motorized multi-use trails.
The Open Space and Trails Department provides outdoor leisure, recreation, environmental, cultural and natural resource management services to Pinal County residents and visitors so they can have access to, understanding and enjoyment of the natural assets of Pinal County.