Superstition Sleepover

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The weather is warming up, so what better place to be right now than outside enjoying the great outdoors!  Join the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department as we host the 2013 Superstition Sleepover on Saturday, March 2nd through Sunday March 3rd, at Prospector Park.  Set up starts at noon and activities begin at 3pm.

The Superstition Sleepover is a great weekend event for family and friends with a limited budget looking to do something different and exciting. For only $8 a person, campers will get the chance to set up their own camp site on the softball fields and participate in a variety of activities including a camp kickball game, arts & crafts, a scavenger hunt, hayride to the bonfire where we will be making s’,mores and much more. The following morning we will rise to a beautiful sunrise and a continental breakfast. You can’t even take the family to a movie these days for $8 a person, and the best part is you don’t even have to leave the city!  This is a great event for anyone who likes camping but doesn’t want to go alone or have to rough it in the wilderness.  All you need is a tent and a sleeping bag and Parks and Recreation will take care of the rest. A big thank you goes out to our event sponsor for this year, Superstition Mountain Promotional Corporation.

 

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