TOWN of QUEEN CREEK Homes for Sale
Queen Creek offers a host of cultural and agritainment activities for all to enjoy. Designated as an Arizona treasure, Schnepf Farms is a family-owned working farm providing entertainment, education and delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables. The venue also offers a variety of seasonal festivals, concerts and events.
Just across from the farm, the Queen Creek Olive Mill is Arizona’s only working olive farm and mill. Daily tours and mouth-watering meals are available to the public.
There is also the 39 Acre Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre.
For theater enthusiasts, the Queen Creek Performing Arts Center provides high-quality professional theater at prices affordable for the whole family, including Broadway shows and popular recording artists.
Barney Family Sports Complex offers 67,000 square feet of air conditioned space, two 15,000-square-foot playing surfaces, including a synthetic grass field. The Crossroads of the West Gun Show happens here.
Just recently immediately north of Queen Creek – Legacy Sports USA, the largest sports complex in the North America went in.
Queen Creek just this year stood up it’s own Police Dept. and previously had it’s own division of the Maricopa County Sheriff Dept.
There’s too much more to list – just know that Queen Creek is one of the best places in the Phoenix Valley that you can choose to live in.
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