Gateway To The Copper Corridor


Visitors Guide For Safford, Clifton, San Carlos, Globe, Miami, Superior, Kearny, Tonto Basin, Young, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon

Tortilla Flat

Tortilla Flat, the Last Surviving Stagecoach

Stop on the Historic Apache Trail

Nestled in the midst of

the Tonto National

Forest, in the Superstition

Mountain Range is an

authentic remnant of an old

west town, an Arizona treasure

with a population of six, known

as Tortilla Flat. Located 18

miles NE of Apache Junction

on Highway 88, Tortilla Flat is

a destination drive and is open

year-round. The road has been

redone for a nice, smooth ride

but be sure to pay attention to

the sharp curves. There are

turnouts to safely stop for that

perfect picture.

Tortilla Flat began as a Stagecoach

Stop in 1904, along the

Historic Apache Trail, and has with some Southwestern ites! The award-winning, hot-


been serving adventurous travelers

for over 100 years. test chili on the Apache Trail is

While you enjoy this authentic

old west town, take a stroll dles serve as bar stools, where

absolutely legendary! Real sad-

down the boardwalk and step you can enjoy a cold, local brew

into the family friendly Superstition

Saloon and Restaurant. uniquely covered with real dol-

or sarsaparilla. The walls are

Enjoy a brand-new menu of delicious

American classics along all around the world.

lar bills donated by visitors from

The new owners are avid riders

and have made this biker

friendly destination a memorable

journey for travelers and

locals alike. The outdoor patio

features a separate menu from

the restaurant with an array of

delicious, freshly grilled burgers

and sandwiches. From Christmas

to Easter the renowned Tortilla

Flat Band plays live music

seven days a week, making this

Arizona treasure the place to be.

Future events are in the making

and the new ownership

hopes to share



along with providing

great food, awesome

entertainment and an

atmosphere like nowhere


When you visit

Tortilla Flat, make

sure to see the 4,000

square foot Mercantile/Gift

Shop full of unique treasures

including authentic Indian made

pottery and jewelry, Tortilla Flat

apparel, exclusive souvenirs

and fun toys for all ages!

Don’t forget to check out the

Country Store and enjoy a scoop

of their World-Famous Prickly

Pear Gelato, homemade fudge

or pick up items for the road.

Visit Tortilla Flat Social media

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Tortilla Flat’s Winter Hours

Oct. 1 - May 31

Monday - Friday 10 a.m.

until 6 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday 9 a.m. -

7 p.m.

Summer Hours June 1 -

Sept. 30


– Tuesday



- Friday,

10 a.m.

- 5 p.m.


- Sunday,

9 a.m. - 7


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