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‘Superstition Sleepover’ March 20-21 at Prospector Park

Posted 3/4/21

The weather is warming up, so what better place to be than outside enjoying the great outdoors?

Join the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department as it hosts the annual 2021 Superstition …

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‘Superstition Sleepover’ March 20-21 at Prospector Park

Each family will receive a bundle of different games, arts and crafts, and activities that can be done safely at their own campsite.
Each family will receive a bundle of different games, arts and crafts, and activities that can be done safely at their own campsite.
City of Apache Junction
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The weather is warming up, so what better place to be than outside enjoying the great outdoors?

Join the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department as it hosts the annual 2021 Superstition Sleepover Saturday, March 20 through Sunday, March 21 at Prospector Park, 3015 N. Idaho Road.

Set up starts at noon and activities begin at 3 p.m., according to a release.

“The Superstition Sleepover is a great weekend event for family and friends looking for a little adventure without leaving the city. For only $10 a person, campers will get the chance to set up their own campsite on the softball fields and participate in a variety of COVID-safe activities,” the release states.

Each family will receive a bundle of different games, arts and crafts, and activities that can be done safely at their own campsite.

“The following morning we will rise to a beautiful sunrise and breakfast delivered to their tent. This is a great event for anyone who likes camping but not all the fuss. All you need is a tent and a sleeping bag and Parks and Recreation will take care of the rest,” the release states.

Spots are limited due to maintaining proper physical distancing. This year the city will not be able to register large groups. All proper COVID-19 restrictions will be in place per the governor’s mandate.

For more information on these programs or other programs and services, call the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department at 480-983-2181 or go to ajcity.net/parks.

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