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An easy way to visualize the streets of downtown Scottsdale, covering Old Town, 5th Avenue Shops, Scottsdale Fashion Square, and the Waterfront.
South Mountain Park Trail
South Mountain Park/Preserve is intended to assist you in finding the parking areas and trailheads.
Steele Indian School Park
The Steele Indian School Park is located in central Phoenix. There is a garden, and amphitheatre, and a lake at Steele Indian School Park, and it is the site for several festivals and events throughout the year, including the Fabulous Phoenix 4th Independence Day celebration.
Sun Devil Stadium
Sun Devil Stadium is the home of the Arizona Cardinals football team, the Arizona State University Sun Devils football team, and is also the current site of the annual Fiesta Bowl
Superstition Farm is a working dairy farm in east Mesa. They provide tours to the public, schools and camps.
Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club
The Safeway International LPGA Golf Tournament is held each Spring in Apache Junction, at the Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club.
Located in the northwest valley, the City of Surprise is growing and is the Spring Training host to the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals.
Symphony Hall is home to the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, as well as other performing arts groups such as Arizona Opera and Ballet Arizona.
Taliesin West/Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Taliesin West in Scottsdale. Taliesin West was the winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright and houses the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
Tempe Center for the Arts
The Tempe Center for the Arts in downtown Tempe, AZ offers music, dance and theatrical performances.
Thunderbird Balloon Classic/Phoenix Goodyear Airport
The Thunderbird Balloon Classic is held at the Phoenix Goodyear Airport in the southwest part of the Valley.
US Airways Center
US Airways Center ( America West Arena) is in downtown Phoenix. It is the home of the Phoenix Suns basketball team, the Phoenix Mercury basketball team, the Arizona Rattlers arena football team, and many other events and concerts.
Waterworld safari, a water park in the northern part of Phoenix, AZ.
Westgate City Center
Westgate City Center is located in Glendale, Arizona just northwest of Phoenix. It is a shopping, entertainment, and business complex that includes the Jobing.com Arena.
Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix Convention Center is still sometimes referred to as Phoenix Civic Plaza.
Downtown Phoenix Partnership, Inc. Click on Interactive Map.
Phoenix International Raceway
Phoenix International Raceway, also known as PIR, is located in in Avondale, Arizona just southwest of Phoenix.
Although several events are held at PIR, it is most known for hosting NASCAR.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
All the terminals, parking areas and directions to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
The entrance to the Phoenix Zoo is off Galvin Parkway in Papago Park, between McDowell and Van Buren.
Salt River Tubing
Salt River Tubing is located at the Salt River Recreation Area, 15 miles north of US60 in the Tonto National Forest.
Scottsdale Civic Center Mall
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art are located here in downtown Scottsdale.
Wildlife World Zoo
Wildlife World Zoo is located in Litchfield Park, on the west side of Phoenix.
Phoenix is the capital and the most populous city of the State of Arizona. Its physical location is along the banks of the normally dry Salt River. It was incorporated as a city on February 25, 1881. Residents of Phoenix are known as Phoenicians. Phoenix's estimated population as of 2015 was 1,512,986, making it the fifth largest city in the United States. At 515 square miles, it covers an area larger than New York City, Philadelphia, and Miami combined, making it the biggest state capital and the 10th largest land area for a city in the United States; however, because of its huge area, the city had a relatively low population density of only 2,938 people per square mile.
University of Phoenix Stadium / Cardinals Stadium
Cardinals Stadium is located in Glendale, Arizona just northwest of Phoenix.
There are actually two Casino Arizona locations in the Valley.
Casino Arizona that has concerts and shows on their premises, in The Showroom.
Castles and Coasters
Castles 'n' Coasters is an amusement park in Phoenix.
Chandler Ostrich Festival
The Chandler Ostrich Festival is held each spring at the Tumbleweed Park in Chandler, Arizona.
Chase Field (formerly Bank One Ballpark) is in downtown Phoenix. It is the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team.
Desert Botanical Garden
The Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, near the Phoenix Zoo in Papago Park.
Old Town Scottsdale
This is the downtown Scottsdale area. Free maps provided by Downtown Scottsdale.
Dunns Arena Map
Dunn's Arena is located in Litchfield Park, on the west side of Phoenix.
Dunn's Arena is the location of the horsemanship events associated with the Maricopa County Fair.
Fort McDowell Casino
Fort McDowell Casino is part of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, right next to the Town of Fountain Hills.
In addition to traditional gaming activities, they host nationally known bands/musicians at their outdoor venue.
The Fountain in the Town of Fountain Hills attracts visitors from all over.
Gammage Auditorium at ASU
Gammage Auditorium at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ hosts many spectacular theatre and concert events.
The Glendale Arena. Glendale Arena is the home of the Phoenix Coyotes and the Arizona Sting, as well as many concerts and shows.
Glendale, Arizona's downtown area includes the historic district and municipal complex.
Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting
The Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting is in Phoenix at 6101 East Van Buren Street.
Just across Van Buren from the Phoenix Zoo, and next door to Phoenix Municipal Stadium.
The main campus of the Heard Museum is in Phoenix, near downtown.
The Heard Museum is an internationally acclaimed museum of Southwest cultures, art, and history.
Heritage and Science Park/Heritage Square
Heritage and Science Park is in downtown Phoenix. It is often referred to as Heritage Square.
It is the location of the Arizona Science Center, Historic Heritage Square, the Phoenix Museum of History, and several restaurants.
Historic Downtown Chandler
Historic Downtown Chandler, Arizona. Shops, restaurants and live music.
See pictures of the train used by the light rail system in Phoenix.
See maps of the various sections of the light rail system in Phoenix, including stations, and park-n-ride locations.
Margaret T Hance Deck Park
Margaret T. Hance Deck Park in Phoenix.
Mesa Arizona Temple
The Mesa Arizona Temple opened in October 1927.
It was the first temple in Arizona, and is one of two temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Arizona today.
Mesa Arts Center
The Mesa Arts Center opened in 2005. It hosts professional concerts, shows, plays, visual arts, and arts education programming.
Mesa Golfland SunSplash
Mesa Golfland/SunSplash is an amusement park and water park in Mesa, Arizona.
Mesa Historic Districts
Also includes local historic landmarks.
Includes parks, recreations and cultural points of interest.
Metro Phoenix Area
From the Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitor's Bureau. Maps of the Phoenix area.
The Mystery Castle in Phoenix has been designated as a Phoenix Point of Pride.
The Town of Paradise Valley.