Maps of Arizona

Arizona maps showing counties, roads, highways, cities, rivers, topographic features, lakes and more.

Maps of Arizona


Each Order includes a .Zip File with up to 6 Printable State Map Includes:
County Maps & County Seat Map, Cities, Interstates, Highways and State Routes. The Maps also include Rivers and a Topographical Maps.


MatSu Rock and Mineral Club

Welcome to our Rock Club We invite you to join our monthly meetings in Palmer, Alaska and become a club member. Member Benefits: Meet other dedicated rock hounds to share good stories and good food; our meetings are potluck Learn about rocks, gems, and minerals from others who have worked and collected in this field for many years Learn best places to find specimens and get help identifying your specimens See fantastic specimens brought in by our members to share and discuss Join field trips to local collection spots. Find your very own Alaskan rocks, minerals, and fossils Buy some of our beautiful specimens to help support our Club

Meeting Location and Yearly Membership Dues:

Date: Meetings held on the 3rd Tuesday each month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: American Legion, Outer Springer Loop, Palmer, AK
Dues: •$20 Family   •$15 Individual   •$10 Students


If you would like to participate in the gift exchange during the December meeting, please bring a gift valued at approximately $15.00.

Source: Local Events – MatSu Rock and Mineral Club

Apache Junction Rock & Gem Club (AJRGC)

ClubLogo go homeThe purpose of the Apache Junction Rock & Gem Club shall be to provide an opportunity for hobbyists of similar lapidary interests to meet each other to: Share information, special abilities and talents, collect and exchange gems materials and minerals as an organized club activity To form friendships and enjoy the pleasure of socializing with each other To provide the members of the club with the privilege of exhibiting to the public their lapidary and jewelry arts at frequent Rock Art shows sponsored by the Club. To subscribe to, and promote the national interest in the conservation of this country’s natural resources and public lands. To conduct field trips for the purpose of collecting material and specimens specifically related to earth sciences in accordance with state and federal regulations. To share with its members knowledge and experience gained in working with minerals specimens and gem material. To encourage and assist junior members in furthering their education in minerals, gems and related subjects. To foster good fellowship in the course of club activities. We provide scholarships to students.

Source: AJRGC About Who We Are – Purpose

Silvery Colorado River Rock Club

First Club meeting of the year is Tuesday September 16th 2014, at 6pm. Meet same place as last year. City Bible Church 922 Marina Bld Bullhead City, AZ Dont’t forget dues are due. Don’t forget your finds of the Month/Summer Starting With October meeting we are planning on having a geology class for about 1 1/2 hours  at each meeting. It will take about 5 meetings to complete it. Mary our Secratary has aranged to have Cat teach it and has had the class books printed up. Thank You Mary for handeling this. Next Field Trip will be across from Pintail Slew. It will be 2wd and Ralph will be leading it. Meet at ARCO gas station South Hwy-95 and Courtwright road

Source: Silvery Colorado River Rock Club Online Information

Mingus Gem & Mineral Club

The Mingus Gem & Mineral Club was founded in 1974 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the learning and sharing of knowledge regarding the lapidary arts and earth sciences. The Mingus Gem & Mineral Club provides a forum for its members to practice gem, mineral, and rock specimen collecting, and lapidary of all kinds in a fun, congenial atmosphere. Our goal is to share the joy of our hobby with the public and promote and preserve it for future generations. We are always accepting new members! We meet the first Thursday of the month (except July & August) at the Elks Lodge #1361, located at 100 S. Broadway Street in Clarkdale, AZ  86324 Click on the links “Officer Contact Info”, “Meetings” and “Membership” to the left for additional information. Come on by and enjoy some refreshments and make some new friends! Mingus Gem & Mineral Club

Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society

The Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society of Lake Havasu City, Arizona is a non-profit organization, dedicated to educating our members and the community about gems, minerals, and fossils. Our objective and purpose are to: Increase our appreciation of the beauty and value of the land in which we live. Foster good fellowship among its members. Host an annual Gem and Mineral Show for the community. Foster awareness of the earth sciences by: a. Increasing knowledge pertaining to minerals, gems, and rocks. b. Disseminating knowledge of collecting and classification of minerals, fossils and rock through collection and classification. c. Improving the practical knowledge of cutting, grinding and polishing materials touse in the design and creation of jewelry and other useful objects. Provide educational scholarships in the scientific fields. Procure and improve the Society’s property. We offer students scholarships who are interested in pursueing courses in Earth sciences. LHGMS Scholarship Application (.pdf) Meetings Monthly meetings are held the second Friday of the month, excluding June, July, and August. Meetings are held at the: Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Lapidary Shop Location 2186 McCulloch Blvd #B Lake Havasu City, Az 86403 (Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. with visiting starting at 6:30 p.m.)

Source: Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society

Prescott Gem and Mineral Club

Prescott Gem and Mineral Club

Club Purpose Organized to foster the development of amateur lapidary and jewelry craftsman, to foster an interest in mineral collecting, to present educational programs designed to improve knowledge, craft skill and to promote public interest in these areas. Club meeting time and place First Saturday of each month at 9:30 A.M. Moose Lodge 319 6501 East 6th Street Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 At our monthly meetings, we have lectures, slide shows and videos on a variety of subjects of interest to members by outstanding guest speakers. Our club of over 200 members, ranging in age between 4 and 70 plus years young, are from the Quad-city and surrounding areas.

Source: Prescott Gem and Mineral Club

Quartzsite Roadrunners Gem & Mineral Club (QRGMC)

The Quartzsite Roadrunners Gem & Mineral Club (QRGMC) is a premier gem and mineral club in the US. We are perhaps the largest club in both membership and in the availablility of equipment for learning all about the various methods of turning rocks and gemstones into jewelry. Our location in Quartzsite Arizona gives us access to some of the best rock hounding territory in the country. The club has dozens of instructors and staff to assist you in your pursuit of skills in many areas of jewelry making and lapidary interests. All of our instructors and staff are volunteers with sincere dedication and skills in their particular areas of participation in the club. Rock hounding trips are scheduled every week to ensure members have a collection of raw material to work with. A mandatory orientation for new members is held every year, November through March, on each Thursday,at 8:00 AM in the multi-purpose room, located at 65 Ironwood St., Quartzsite, AZ (see our location). In addition, each major shop area sponsors an orientation class so you will be familiar with the tools and machinery associated with that shop. For the lapidary shop, the silver shop and the faceting shop, this orientation is required before a new member may use the shop. We also recommend that anyone who has not used a shop area for more than two years retake the orientation. Many businesses support the Quartzsite Roadrunners Gem & Mineral Club by participating in our advertising program. We appreciate their support and ask our members to patronize them often. This has become one of the most important sources of revenue for the club. These businesses are advertised in our Newsletter and can be found by clicking on the Newsletter & Calendar tab. We thank all the businesses who have already taken advantage of this joint endeavor to make our members aware of the products and services they have to offer. If you are interested in becoming a business partner, please contact one of our Board members listed in the monthly newsletter. So, take a virtual web tour of our club; and then, for the real fun, come join us as a member. If you have any questions not answered here or in the following pages, please contact Club President, Nancy Nichols, via email at:

Source: QRGMC – Welcome

Sedona Gem and Mineral Club

Welcome to the SEDONA GEM & MINERAL CLUB website. Our regular membership meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month (Sept.- May) at 7:00 PM in the community room of the Sedona Public Library. Meeting activities include guest speakers with interesting and informative programs, raffles, displays, wonderful cookies, and comraderie with friendly fellow rockhounds.Other club activities include exciting monthly field trips for many different rocks, fossils, and minerals, and a spectacular annual rock show held every October with a wide selection of vendors and materials to choose from, plus games for kids and and fantastic raffle prizes to boot! Also, excellent classes in a variety of subjects are available to members for a small fee. If you would like to contact us for information, EMAIL us. Our mailing address is: Sedona Gem & Mineral Club, PO Box 3284, Sedona, AZ. 86340.

Source: Sedona Gem and Mineral Club