MONTHLY MEETINGS * OUTINGS ** METAL DETECTING HUNTS *Guest Speakers, RafflesGold Nuggets, Silver Prizes, Snacks & Much More!Annual Picnic Overnight Campouts Cookouts & Lots More! LEARN MORE ABOUT METAL DETECTING…MEET NEW FRIENDS…We Visit Ghost Towns, Stage Stops, Old Forts,Old Mining Camps & More!MEMBERSHIP. . . . . $25.00 Yearly Superstition West Treasure Hunters meets in Apache Junction on the first Tuesday of the month at the Elk’s Lodge,2455 E. Highway 88 & Lost Dutchman at 7PM. Come join us!Have you lost something of value?Give us a call and we may be able to help you find it!For Further Information Contact:Clara Giemsoe @ (619) 787-9831 Email: email@example.com
Source: Superstition West Treasure Hunters Metal Detecting Club
A History of the Quartzsite Metal Detecting Club Today, the QMDC stands as one of the largest local metal detecting & prospecting clubs in the nation! With member numbers that have nearly reached 1000 in recent seasons, we are a very active club with a great Board of Directors and and AWESOME group of faithful volunteers. Our goal is to continually improve and increase the activities that we have to offer and provide a fun atmosphere for anyone interested in metal detecting in the Quartzsite area!
Source: About QMDC — Quartzsite Metal Detecting Club
Havasu Gold Seekers Inc. The OFFICIAL website of Havasu Gold Seekers Inc. is a non-profit gold seekers club in Lake Havasu City, Arizona with 20 claims & over 3200 acres of gold bearing claims! The Club was started in early 1991 when a small group of Lake Havasu residents got together for the purpose of recreational gold prospecting in the desert near the City of Lake Havasu, Arizona.The Club started with about 20 men and women and grew slowly until February of 1992 when Captain Dan McCarty,and seven other members formed an association and filed four placer claims totaling 640 acres. At the very next club meeting the Club elected officers and adopted by-laws. The newly elected President, Dan McCarty and Vice-President, Denny Craig and club secretary Elaine Babb had the tough job of making things work well for the benefit of all club members. From that point on the Club has grown to over 300 members and 3200 acres of placer gold claims and has purchased 40 acres of privately owned land near the claims for Club activities such as Family outings, BBQ’s, camping and of course, GOLD PROSPECTING!
Source: Havasu Gold Seekers
Desert Gold Diggers The Desert Gold Diggers is a non-profit prospecting club based in Tucson, Arizona and devoted to all aspects of small scale prospecting and mining, including panning, sluicing, dry-washing, and metal detecting. In addition to promoting small scale prospecting, the club exchanges ideas and information on the various aspects of prospecting & mining. We have over 500 members as of April 2014.The club currently has claims in southeastern Arizona. These are located in several gold producing areas including the Greaterville, Arivaca, Oro Blanco (Ruby), Las Guijas, Old Hat (Oracle) and Banner (Pinal County) mining districts. The club is constantly evaluating and adding additional claims. New members are entitled to one set of claim maps showing the claim locations with directions and road conditions. Warning – In order to enjoy our claims safely, please keep in mind that these are all old mining areas and could contain unmarked mining shafts. Our sun can be pretty brutal in the summer so make sure to take plenty of drinking water, wear a hat, use sunscreen and always let someone know where you are going and when you will return. Stay away from the wildlife and watch out for poisonous reptiles. Please, fill in your holes.Monthly meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month at the Ellie Towne/Flowing Wells Community Center, 1660 Ruthrauff Road, Tucson AZ. Average attendance for both members and guests is around 140 people. To learn more about our monthly membership meetings visit the meetings page. Print out and bring the following coupon to your first visit to the monthly meeting and get a free raffle ticket to our monthly nugget drawing. This is limited to one time only per person.The second Tues of each month @ 6:00 pm we have our Nugget Social Planning meeting @ Ellie Towne/Flowing Wells Community Center. All members in good standings with the club are welcome to join us. We meet only August thru April.Our monthly board meetings are on the third Tuesday of each month @ TBA All members are welcome to join us.Every month, on the weekend following the monthly membership meeting, the club has a club outing to one of the club’s gold claims. All interested persons meet at a pre-designated time and place (announced in the Gazette and on this web site) that is easily located and accessible by all vehicles. This allows anyone without an on off-road vehicle to obtain a ride with someone else or those unfamiliar with the claim location to simply follow the convoy.Another benefit of joining the club is the Bi-monthly newsletter, the Desert Gold Diggers Gazette, which is sent to all current members. This includes information on the most recent outings, monthly speakers, mining related articles, current road conditions and closures, announcements of upcoming events, raffle winners, finds of the month and much more. Much of this information is only touched upon in this web site. It also contains articles that cannot be put on the web site due to copyright restrictions.
Source: Desert Gold Diggers – Tucson, Arizona
Welcome to the Arizona Treasures Unlimited, Inc. web site. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our club that we hope makes it easier for you to find out more about us.Arizona Treasures Unlimited, Inc. has been serving the Phoenix area since 1970.At this site, you will discover all about our club, its functions, and calendar of events.Feel free to browse around this site. If you have comments or questions about our club or our activities, or simply need more information and want to contact us, click here.Thanks for visiting and we look forward to seeing you at a club meeting.Visitors are welcome at club meetings, however we ask that if you like us enough to come back for a second visit, that you join the club. Only paid members are allowed at club sponsored events such as our monthly hunts.> Free Email*> Links to other treasure hunting sitesWant to see more features? Just email your requests to:firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll see what we can do.* For paid club members only
Source: Arizona Treasures Unlimited – Homepage
Our club has access to mining claims galore! Some are only one half to one hour away. Members may use these claims whenever they wish. All the gold they find is theirs to keep, and the camping is beautiful. You may not get
rich on these claims, but you will find a wealth of new friends, outdoor activity, adventure, and once you learn how… YOU WILL FIND GOLD. At monthly Club outings and meetings our members will gladly help you learn. Family membership in S.M.T.H is very inexpensive. Our goal is to provide the most in prospecting, mining fun and adventure at the lowest
price possible. Ours is not a commercial, for profit venture.
Superstition Mountain Treasure Hunters
10702 East Apache Trail
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
President – Dan Ware
Vice President – David Squires
Treasurer – Sonja Morgan
Secretary – Pat Woodward
Newsletter – Cyndi Ware
Gold Rock & Gem Adventures (Prescott Valley)
Gold Rock & Gem Adventures
P.O. Box 26333 Prescott Valley, AZ 86312
Source: Gold Rock & Gem Adventures (Prescott Valley)
DETECTORS UNLIMITED, Inc.Tucson, ArizonaA Metal Detecting Club
Detectors Unlimited Inc.
13630 E Garigans Gulch
Vail, Arizona 85641
Club or Detecting questions: email@example.com
Website issues: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting & Location information
Meetings are the 4th Wednesday of each Month at 6:30pm
(Except December as noted).
Upcoming Events and meetings (Please come and meet us!)
Source: Detectors Unlimited: A metal Detecting Club, Tucson, Arizona | Coins & Jewelry | Gold | Meteorites | Caches | Silver Hunts | Recovery of Lost Items
Arizona Association of Gold Prospectors, PO Box 35281, Phoenix, AZ 85069-5281; (623) 934-6882; email@example.com
Arizona Prospectors Association, 4945 W Monte Cristo Ave, Glendale, AZ 85306; EVERETTEDIXON@msn.com
Arizona Small Miners Association, (520) 398-9729
Detectors Unlimited, 3634 S Barrow Pl, Tucson, AZ, 85730; (520)584-8161
Gold, Rock & Gem Adventures, PO Box 26333, Prescott Valley, AZ 86312; (877) 588-3377
Roadrunners Prospectors’ Club, PO Box 56804, Phoenix, AZ 85079; (602) 274-2521
Superstition Mountain Treasure Hunters Club, 940 West Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ 85220
Source: Prospecting Channel
BUSINESS INFO Founded on June 10, 1974 Mission Bring together people of all ages interested in Gold, Prospecting, Rock & Mineral Hunting and Outdoor Fun. Educate, learn and share experiences about Prospecting, Gold, Rocks and Minerals, Equipment used and the environment/claims they are found on. CONTACT INFO Call 602-375-1680 m.me/AProspector firstname.lastname@example.org MORE INFO About An organization that promotes Gold Prospecting, Rock and Mineral Hunting, Camping and Family Fun. Share information on our
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Gold Prospecting In Arizona Arizona Association of Gold Prospectors
The premier recreational GOLD prospecting and mining club in Arizona, home of the Grand Canyon. If finding GOLD in Arizona is your desire, you will find we are an exciting and very active prospecting club that is dedicated to bringing fun, entertainment and education to the novice, intermediate, and advanced prospector through placer GOLD prospecting and mining activities for both the individual and family members. Each AAGP club chapter is dedicated to providing members with monthly meetings, prospecting and mining events such as outings and common digs, and great local claims to prospect on. If digging, panning, dredging, sluicing, highbanking, drywashing, NUGGET shooting or you simply enjoy outdoor sports then you need to check us out! AAGP members are assured that there will always be plenty of fun and excitement to be had, prospecting to do, and GOLD to be found.
Source: Arizona Gold Prospecting | Prospecting For Arizona Gold