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Welcome to Superior, the Gateway to the Copper Corridor. Rich in copper, history, culture and natural beauty, with blue skies and birds chirping, it’s a terrific escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The entire region offers miles of hiking, biking, equestrian activities, bird watching, rock climbing and off road exploring either on your own or with a guide. You will find historic sites to explore and the grave sites of legendary people, including Mattie Earp. Don’t miss the World Class Boyce Thompson Arboretum. Take time to visit the great shops, restaurants and galleries to round out your visit.

Enjoy yourself and come back again and again…perhaps for a lifetime.
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Superior's outdoor businesses

Bella's Marketplace and Cafe

Providing a delightful culinary experience, with daily specials and a staple menu. We serve local Lost Dutchman Coffee and a grand selection of hot and cold beverages, home-baked pastries too! Don't forget to shop our many vendor booths!

Superior, AZ

Southwest Exploration Services

Effective hydro or mineral production solutions require access to relevant, timely and accurate data. If you need to make important decisions based on geophysical data and require assistance analyzing or identifying information, the wireline logging and well logging technology of Southwest Exploration Services LLC is the best choice.

Southwest Exploration Services has the required experience and leading-edge technology that will assist you in arriving at the proper decisions. Owner, Kevin Mitchell, began his geophysical career searching for man-made infiltration tunnels in South Korea. For the past two decades, he and his team have successfully served commercial interests in the Southwestern United States employing the latest wireline logging and well logging technologies in the field

Chandler, AZ

Superstition Area Land Trust

In 1993, the Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT)  was born when concerned residents Anne Coe, Rosemary Shearer, Phyllis Summers, George Johnston, Tom Kollenborn and others created a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational corporation to protect and preserve Arizona State Trust Lands bordering the southern slope of the Superstition Wilderness Area.

Superior, AZ
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