5533 North Seventh Street Suite 122, Cinema Park Village Shopping Center Phoenix, AZ 85014 +1 602 248 0700
This shop brings home fresh style with prints from artists of very diverse styles. You'll find thoughtful, appealing stills and panoramas from Dave Wilson, beautiful landscapes of Isabelle Hall and and Julie Gilbert Pollard and thought invoking abstract work of Linda Pullinsi. Other featured art includes the famous work of Robert Hilton, Pat Kofahl, and Louis Mason. More than 2,000 frame styles are offered to preserve your beautiful choice.
15211 North Cave Creek Road Suite A Phoenix, AZ 85032 +1 602 867 4866
See Arizona's rivers from the perspective of early adventurers, meaning right in the middle of them! These outfitters offer enchanting motorized or oar-driven trips in Arizona. Choose from the Upper Salt, Gila or Verde rivers for a close-up view of the desert, or try an intimate adventure down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Tame the lively and thundering Colorado like Major John Wesley Powell did before you in 1869. Call for additional information.
16015 North 40th Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 +1 602 971 1381
While in Arizona take advantage of the many exciting places to explore with the Valley's oldest scheduled tour service. Pleasant guides transport you to such historic spots as the Grand Canyon, Montezuma's Castle National Monument and Sedona on full- or half-day tours. For a more international flair, experience Mexico and spend a glorious day filled with shopping, eating and exploring the San Xavier Mission. Custom tours are available for groups of any size.
15202 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85023 +1 602 866 8076
Cave Creek is Phoenix's most popular municipal golf course, with about 100,000 rounds played annually. Started in 1983 as a landfill reclamation project, Cave Creek Golf Course is a pioneer of sorts in environmental golf course design. Success stories like Cave Creek prove that these sites can be put to worthwhile and environmentally friendly uses-good news for all concerned. Cave Creek Golf Course is open from dawn to dusk daily, year round.
2734 West Michelle Drive Phoenix, AZ 85053 +1 602 942 3361
For more than twenty years, Arizona Desert Tours has been guiding visitors through Arizona's back country. Trained guides will teach you survival techniques while relating the lore of the area. Enjoy the enchanting desert colors and scenery while touring. Services offered are 4x4 tours, cowboy cookouts, horse trail rides, gold panning, rafting, eco tours and corporate team building. Call for reservations or visit website for more information.
4240 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 +1 602 447 8200
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.
2243 East Rose Garden Loop Suite No.1 Phoenix, AZ 85024 +1 480 502 6999
As you ascend you will be astounded at how light you feel. Hovering over the valley, you can see and hear the life of the Sonoran desert. Upon landing, an elegant table setting, complete with tablecloth and china, awaits you. Delicacies prepared by famed chef Vincent Guerithault will whisk you away to a culinary wonderland. This is not for those on a tight budget but it's definitely worth the money spent for the memory created! The launch site is at Cave Creek and Jomax Road. Sunset flights operate seasonally, November through March.
3901 West Pioneer Road Pioneer Arizona Living History Village Phoenix, AZ 85086 +1 623 465 1052
History comes alive at this turn-of-the-century town, where life during the latter decades of the 19th Century is reenacted. Features include a sheriff's office, jail, dress shop and a schoolhouse maintained just as it was once was. Covering 90 acres (36.42 hectares), experience life of a forgotten time with restored structures like the Ashurst Cabin, The Phoenix Bakery, Flying V Cabin or replications like Fort Woods, the Bank and Bandstand. The charming chapel can also be used for Victorian themed weddings. Please check the website for updated timings.
1946 West Morningside Drive Between Bell Road and Union Hills Drive Phoenix, AZ 85023 +1 602 262 4543
First of its kind in the United States, this no-fee park opened in 1988 without barriers for people with handicaps. Privately funded, this facility was built at a cost of $2.5 million. Highlights of this park include a heated therapeutic pool, playground equipment that is wheelchair accessible and two baseball fields. Other amenities include volleyball, tennis and basketball courts. Bring your lunch and use the picnic facilities, which include covered ramadas and grills. Call for further information about special events for the physically challenged.
5350 East Marriott Drive Phoenix, AZ 85054 +1 480 293 3810
Easily accessible from Phoenix metropolitan area, the Palmer Signature Course delivers a target, desert golf experience. Measuring 7,100 yards with generous fairways and large bent-grass greens, the Palmer Course features from four to six tee boxes on every hole, challenging all levels of golfing skill. The 415-yard par 4 6th is Palmer's signature hole, with the beautiful Camelback Mountain as the backdrop. Wildfire is 16 miles from downtown Phoenix and 10 miles from downtown Scottsdale. The Palmer Signature Course, with a slope of 135, is a very playable, scenic experience. The expansive fairways allow the player to remain in play even on an errant shot. The expansive square footage of the greens allow the undulations to create subtle challenges for the short game without feeling contrived or "tricked up".
After having started off as a small part time orchestra
performing in a local high school auditorium, Arizona's only professional symphony orchestra now performs more than 160 concerts annually. High musical standards have brought immense recognition and attracted world ...
Greyhound racing is a sure bet for excitement and has
entertained countless visitors. Located centrally, it is easily accessed from all parts of the Valley. Enjoy pari mutuel betting every night, year round, at 7:30p. Seasoned bettors and newbies ...
Also known as the Ro Ho En, the Japanese Friendship
Garden is a peaceful place to visit in Phoenix. Entertaining events and beautiful artistic displays can both be witnessed at this spectacular garden. The garden also welcomes volunteers who ...