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Reymert, Arizona

Reymert, Arizona
Ghost town
Site of Reymert from US-60
Site of Reymert from US-60
Reymert, Arizona is located in Arizona
Reymert, Arizona
Country United States
State Arizona
County Pinal
Elevation[1] 2,802 ft (854 m)
Time zone MST (no DST) (UTC-7)

Reymert is a ghost town in Pinal County, Arizona.

Reymert was originally established around a post office that began operation on June 6, 1890. Reymert was named after its founder, James DeNoon Reymart, who also founded the adjacent milling and smelting town of DeNoon. James Reymert also was the editor of the Pinal Drill newspaper published in the nearby town of Pinal City.

The town's occupants largely worked at Reymert Mine, until work there stopped in the 1950s. Originally a silver mine, later a silver-manganese mine, it was located approximately 5 miles southwest of Superior, Arizona. A Phoenix-based company bulldozed the remnants of the town in the late 1970s. The remains of two processing kilns still exist, as well as a number of stacked stone foundations.[2][3]


  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Reymert
  2. ^ Reymert Mine (Denoon property) (
  3. ^ DMMR Mine Files for Pinal County (Arizona Department of Mines and Minerals Resources)

External links

  • Reymert in article
  • Denoon in article
  • Reymert and vicinity photo gallery
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