Fudge of the Month
Made with real Vermont syrup and chocked full of walnuts, this is our Canadian customers’ favorite.Buy Now
Save the Apache Trail
In 2019, the Woodbury Fire and Tropical Storm Lorena closed the Apache Trail at Fish Creek hill. One of the most scenic parts of the Apache Trail. Request ADOT repair and re-open the Apache Trail. Sign the petition at Save Apache Trail.com.
Step Back in Time at the
Mother Lode Mercantile
No trip to Goldfield Ghost Town would be complete without stopping into the Mother Lode Mercantile and sampling some of our world famous home made fudge creations. Whether it’s one of our signature creations like Prickly Pear fudge, made from the fruit of the prickly pear cactus, or our Gold Nugget fudge topped with real 23K gold, we carry a full line of incredible flavors that will satisfy your sweet tooth!
Goldfield Ghost Town
Mother Lode Mercantile is located in Goldfield Ghost Town, just north of Apache Junction, Arizona. Goldfield is an authentic 1890s gold mining town situated on the historic Apache Trail and at the base of the Legendary Superstition Mountains. With activities for the whole family, a trip to Goldfield is sure to be one of the highlights of your Arizona adventure!
The Historic Apache Trail
The Apache Trail was a stagecoach and wagon trail which runs through the Salt River valley and along the boundaries of the Superstition Mountains. The Apache Trail was named after the Apaches who traveled this route during their earlier migrations, and whom also helped build the roadway and Roosevelt Dam during the early 1900s.