Here is a list of Arizona metal detecting clubs.
If you are new to the hobby these organizations can help you in many ways.
And if you’ve been in the hobby for a while, the clubs can offer advise that you may not be aware of. Any knowledge received can be a bonus that helps you become better at searching for items.
If you are a club member and the information is not correct, or you wish to update it, please contact me by using the form below.
Arizona Association of Gold Prospectors
9030 N Black Canyon Hwy
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Arizona Treasures Unlimited
American Legion Post #1
364 N 7th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Arizona Treasures Unlimited, Inc. has been serving the Phoenix area since 1970.
The ATU meets on the third Monday of the month (holidays included). Meetings are at the American Legion Post #1, 364 N 7th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. Lighted parking is available and everyone should use the main entrance. The action begins promptly at 7PM and lasts about 2 hours. Family and visitors are welcome.
Membership is limited to adults eighteen or older although children are welcome at club functions under the direction of their parents. Dues are $30/year for and individual, or $40/year for a family payable in January and are prorated for half year in July. All adults in a family membership have voting rights in all club matters.
In summary, look us over and if you like us, join us!
More Arizona Metal Detecting Clubs
Desert Gold Diggers
345 E. Roger Road
Tuscon, AZ 85705
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, drywashing, and metal detecting. In addition to promoting small scale prospecting, the club exchanges ideas and information on the various aspects of prospecting & mining.
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.
Individual memberships: you must be over the age of 18 to join
Family memberships: consists of you and your significant other; or you, significant other and any children under the age of 18 living in the same household. (If a child under the age of 18 wants to visit the claim without parent/guardian a DGD waiver must be signed and notarized by parent/guardian)
Havasu Gold Seekers
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.
Huachuca Prospectors Association
Highway 92 Cafe
4235 S Highway 92
Sierra Vista, AZ 85650
We are a group of GOLD PROSPECTORS and TREASURE HUNTERS located in SIERRA VISTA , ARIZONA. (USA)
The main purpose of the HUACHUCA PROSPECTORS ASSOCIATION is to bring together a group of people by promoting prospecting and most importantly to enjoy the GREAT OUTDOORS while in our quest for TREASURE.
ENJOY LIFE!! This isn't a dress rehearsal--It's the real thing!!
Our CLUB meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Manda Le Café (3455 Canyon De Flores) Membership is FREE. Anyone interested in Prospecting for GOLD and Treasure Hunting (Metal Detecting) is welcome to attend.
Quartzsite Metal Detecting Club
Quartzsite Improvement Association (QIA) Building
235 East Ironwood St
Quartzsite, AZ 85346
MEETINGS ARE HELD AT THE QIA BUILDING. FROM MAIN STREET AND HIGHWAY 95,
GO EAST ONE BLOCK TO MESQUITE, TURN RIGHT AND GO ONE BLOCK TO IRONWOOD. TURN LEFT AND THE QIA WILL BE ON THE RIGHT.
RoadRunner Prospector’s Club
Arizona American Italian Club
7509 N. 12th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Welcome to the Roadrunner Prospectors’ Club. RRPC was founded in 1982 as a non-profit, volunteer-staffed, family oriented club dedicated to gold mining in the state of Arizona. Members enjoy access to thousands of acres of gold producing claims located throughout the state and are free to keep all the gold they find. In addition, the club sponsors monthly group outings where members can work claims, learn new techniques and socialize.
Office Phone: 602-274-2521
Monthly Meeting Location
The American Italian Club
7509 N. 12th Street, Phoenix, Arizona
(Third Thursday of each month, 7 pm)
No Meeting in December – Merry Christmas
Superstition Mountain Treasure Hunters
Boys and Girls Club
1755 N Idaho Rd
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
Superstition West Treasure Hunters
2455 N. Apache Trail
Apache Junction, AZ 85119
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.
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