Quality Inn & Suites of the Sun Cities
16741 N. Greasewood Street
Surprise, AZ 85374
Phone: (623) 583-3500
Fax: (623) 583-4356
If playing tennis is your passion, and are still an amateur, then train yourself at the game at Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex. This swanky place offers 24 tennis courts along with a grand center court that neatly built and well facilitated. The complex has full fledged training programs for beginners and learners at junior and senior levels. There are also two indoor racquetball courts and table tennis tables. You can buy sports wear and gear at their pro shop. Several tournaments and championships are held here where renowned tennis star Anna Kournikova has made her mark here in the past. So all tennis buffs, head here; you might get the chance to be in their leagues. Call ahead for more information.
Surprise Stadium is nestled within the Surprise Recreation Campus and is the spring training center for the Kansas City Royals and the Texas Rangers. Built in 2002, the state-of-the-art double-tiered stands can hold more than 10,500 and welcomes local fans and baseball enthusiasts visiting the city. The facility features a well-maintained turf, top-grade flood lights and stellar fitness amenities. The seats promise a fantastic view of all the sporting action with the front rows so close to the lush green outfield; that loud cheers and jeers can be heard by your baseball idols.
Boasting a regulation NHL sized skating rink, Polar Ice is actually an arena comprised of two skating rinks. For those who harbor dreams of making it to the NHL one day, ice skating and hockey lessons are available. There is also an arcade for your little ones. Families frequent Polar Ice for public skating, which is offered daily and includes skate rentals in the cost of admission.
The Community Church of Joy is a church that aims not only to provide people with a serene place to worship, but also one that strengthens their sense of community. There are many family-oriented events, like Halloween parties, that are organized. Parenting programs and donation drives are some of the other events held here.
Out in the desert plains with not too many houses around (yet), this Gary Panks designed course provides a challenge with some pretty tight fairways and some formidable desert clears. Trilogy Vistancia provides an open look with the mountains in the far background while its long, tall, distinctive native grasses, make it anything but a spray-it-anywhere play. Just a few months ago, Trilogy Vistancia was one of the great hidden finds in Phoenix-Scottsdale area golf. The secret's out though, with it being rated a 25 out of 30 in the new Zagat public survey of America's Top Courses. That's the same rating the vaunted, PGA Tour-site TPC Scottsdale received. It's no stretch to argue that Trilogy Vistancia actually offers the better of the two playing experience values, reputations aside. Opens daily at 6am. Check website for more.
Get in the swing with court play at this outstanding public facility. Offering 19 pristine courts and lights for night play, ball machine rentals and on-site professional lessons, you'll soon be a winner. Rent a ball machine from Paseo Racquet Club and enjoy the evening
Come for service and worship, or come to some of the offered concerts. There are many activities planned at this church. See what's coming up.
A small city in the Maricopa County of Arizona, Litchfield Park lies surrounded by major cities like Phoenix, Glendale, and Peoria. Though small in its size and number of residents, this city has a lot to offer the discerning visitor. Home to golf courses, Litchfield Park is a haven for golf lovers, with the Tuscany Falls Golf Course, the Pebble Creek Golf Resort, and the Wigwam Country Club all spread out in or nearby the city. The city is also home to numerous parks, is in close proximity to the Glendale Municipal Airport, and offers a wealth of recreational services. Litchfield Park is also well-known for its arts and culture festivals, notable among them the Litchfield Park Festival of the Arts. See the website to know more.
Blessed with fertile land and adequate canal water supply, Glendale was a farmers and ranchers colony in 1892. It became a town in 1910. It is also known as Arizona's Antique Capital. It has many hiking and biking trails as well. Luke Air Force Base, the world's biggest fighter-pilot training institute is based here. Some of the interesting sites are Sahuaro Ranch Park, Historic Manistee Ranch, Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, Glendale Police Museum, Murphy Park, Downtown Glendale, Glendale Antiques District, University of Phoenix Stadium and Jobing.com Arena.
This outstanding $8.5 million facility will host your functions in the charming city of Glendale. Groups of nearly 1,300 can be comfortably accommodated theater-style in the 13,000 square-foot Crowne Ballroom. Continental Catering is its exclusive food and beverage company, and the largest in Arizona. Call for further information on hosting your next event here. Your guests will love shopping in Glendale's historic district as well as Catlin Court, and beautiful Murphy Park is right across the street. Take a look at its informative Web site for upcoming events.
Get ready for old-fashioned fun at the largest roller rink in the city. Skate to a dazzling laser light show, with disco balls spinning overhead. Video games circle the rink, with coin-operated pool tables scattered about. Getting tired? Pop into the snack bar for a quick nibble and the soda of your choice. Hours of operation vary with times set aside for adults, kids and parents, and the "come one, come all" sessions.
Arizona Sports Complex is one of the finest recreational facilities in the city. It features three cutting-edge soccer fields, including two indoor and one outdoor arena. Modern amenities and services, as well as interactive sports programs are organized at this venue. It is available for soccer leagues, birthday parties and corporate events. The snack counter offers pizza, sandwiches and beverages, and features television sets showcasing live sporting action.