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202 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85004

  • Phone: (602) 528-9100
  • Fax: (602) 258-7259
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Outdoor Activities

»Burton Barr Central Library

Visiting this library is certainly an experience. Will Bruder's open and spacious building affords a calming effect through the main floor's reflecting pool. Glass-walled elevator swiftly services five floors here. The children's area offers soft, comforting places to read while discovering special friends within bound covers. Other rooms of interest include the Arizona Room for historical information as well as the Rare Book Room. Looking for a perfect place out-of-doors to sit down with your newfound escape? Simply walk a short distance north to the Margaret T. Hance Park.

1221 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004

»Japanese Friendship Garden

Also known as the Ro Ho En, the Japanese Friendship Garden is a peaceful retreat in Phoenix. A stroll garden, it boasts of over 50 plant varieties surrounded by streams and Koi ponds. The spectacular garden often hosts local events and festivals. The garden also welcomes volunteers looking to contribute towards the welfare of the environment and learn more about gardening.

1125 North 3rd Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003

»Encanto Golf Course (City of Phoenix)

The Encanto Course at Encanto Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation facility designed by William Bell and is located in Phoenix, Arizona. The course was completed in 1935 with the distinction of being the third oldest golf course in Arizona. The Encanto 18 Course is ideally suited for the average golfer with its wide, level fairways and limited number of hazards. It promotes a relaxed atmosphere enhanced by the course's abundance of mature palm and salt cedar trees. Call for timings.

2775 North 15th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007

»Executive length 9-Hole Course near Encanto

Phoenix's third oldest, this distinctive public course designed by William P. Bell is adjacent to Encanto Park. Best suited to the average golfer, it offers a limited number of hazards and level fairways. Training facilities include a driving range, chipping area and putting green. The snack bar serves food and beer to take care of that appetite you work up on the greens. Fees are subject to change, so call ahead for further information.

2300 North 17th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007

»Arizona Outdoor Fun

Arizona Outdoor Fun wants you to get out in nature and get your blood flowing! They offer all kinds of services to get you out and adventuring around. At the warehouse, you can rent equipment like ATVs and jet-skis and they'll even let you know the best places to take them. If you'd rather follow someone else's lead, you can take one of their exhilarating guided tours. There are also a couple of "show up and ride locations" at Lake Pleasant and Scottsdale.

2144 East Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016

»Canyon Creek Anglers

Tie one on with these fishy characters down in Central Phoenix. These pros will help you reel in a winner with classes and free seminars. Classes on fly-fishing as well as fly-tying are offered on an ongoing basis. Seminars are available periodically for kids, women and men. Call for upcoming event dates and times. This shop carries a full selection of premier fishing gear. Top-line products are offered from manufacturers such as Winston, Cortland and Sage. Other selected items from Spirit River, Simms, Orvis and Scientific Anglers are also available.

21 West Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85013

»Westworld Xtreme Pursuit Paintball

At Westworld Xtreme Pursuit Paintball, more than 30,000 square feet are available for playing shoot-em-up in air-conditioned comfort. Professional referees, field props and specialized lighting systems are featured. Both beginners and professional players are both welcome to pursue opponents. Player orientation is provided.

4240 West Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85017

»White Tank Mountain Regional Park

White Tanks Regional Park has over 30,000 acres of unbridled recreation space and untouched nature. One of those most fascinating aspects of this great outdoor park are the petroglyphs from past inhabitants. A variety of recreational activities can be done here from hiking, trail riding on horseback, to mountain biking. The picnic areas are perfect for an afternoon barbecue. 

20304 West White Tank Mountain Road
Waddell, AZ

»Pueblo Grande Museum & Archeological Park

Exhibited at Pueblo Grande Museum & Archeological Park are the ruins of a prehistoric settlement of people who lived, farmed and prospered for centuries in this region. Known as the Hohokam, they built their first irrigation system more than 1000 years ago. They were the first people in the area to develop this kind of canal system. Traverse the actual ruins to discover their methods of adobe construction. Phoenix's lone National Historic Landmark, sections include an authentic ball court, irrigation canals and a football field-sized platform mound. A gift shop is located within the museum for those looking for souvenirs.

4619 East Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034

»Maryvale Sports Park

Maryvale Park is a great place to hang out and if you're a sports buff then its even better! Baseball, basketball and soccer are all played here. The park also provides a slew of fun activities like shuffleboard, an exercise course and a swimming pool. For those looking for something less frenetic, there is always the recreational building that provides art and sculpture activities.

3600 North 51st Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85031

»Piestewa Peak

Centrally located, Piestewa Peak is a part of the Phoenix Mountains. There are over a dozen trails which one can hike and enjoy a panoramic view of the Sonora Desert. For those who wish to simply observe nature, the park affords that opportunity as well. Covered areas in a well-maintained picnic area allow visitors to observe the local wildlife and plants. Remember your sunscreen, hat, and plenty of water when visiting the park.

2800 East Squaw Peak Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85016

»Papago Golf Course (City of Phoenix)

Papago Golf Course is an 18-hole course that was built in 1963 by architect William F. Bell. It has long been considered one of the finest municipal golf courses in the US with national ranking. Papago was the site of the 1971 USGA Amateur Public Links Championship and was won by an Oregonian, Fred Haney.

5595 East Moreland Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
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