Public Star Party at Lost Dutchman State Park - Saturday, June 8, 2019


Season finale! This coming Saturday, June 8th, we will host our final scheduled public Star Party for this season, to be held at Lost Dutchman State Park from 8:00 to 10:00pm MST. (Current schedule attached.)

The weather forecast looks very good and the temperatures appear to be comfortable, according to the current 10-day forecast, seen here:

We recommend checking the website,, later in the week. If there are any changes, a notification email will be sent.

As usual, we will be located in the Saguaro Day Use area parking lot.
Please see the Map and Directions page here:

The predicted temperature looks to be ideal in the evening. So, accordingly, bring something to sit on (we have no seating), and bring a red covered flashlight. (We can help you with that.)
We do ask that visitors park in either the Cholla Day Use area or its Overflow Parking Lot, across the road (see link to map above) and not drive through the telescope observing area, in order to avoid the distraction of headlights. 

Parking in the Saguaro Day Use area, where telescopes will be set-up, is reserved for club members who will be hosting and bringing equipment.
Lost Dutchman State Park staff will be present to assist and direct visitors to the appropriate parking area and we are grateful to them.
Note  - Lost Dutchman State Park assesses a $7 per vehicle entrance fee, except for hosts, presenters and volunteers, unless you have an annual pass, which is good for ALL Arizona State Parks.

You can purchase an annual pass at the park, or visit for more information.  
For further Star Party information and details, see the schedule here:  
And, again, for a map with directions and instructions, please visit:
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you under the stars.
William Shaheen                 
Superstition Mountain Astronomical League®

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Superstition Mountain Astronomical League®