is a map of the Phoenix Valley and links to local attractions,
sports and leisure activities, schools, arts and entertainment
and local government websites. We sincerely hope this
page will benefit our clients and anyone researching
the Valley of the Sun for their new home purchase.
March 2003, the groundbreaking ceremony for NFL team
the Arizona Cardinals' new multipurpose stadium in Glendale
took place. This is the first stadium in North America
to combine a retractable roof along with a mobile pitch.
As well as being the home to American Football, the
stadium will play host to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl as
well as future Super Bowls and other events. Visit
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came in over budget and a few ends were still loose,
but Glendale's glittering gem of a game house opened
on time, one more sign that the West Valley's era of
growth and visibility is in full bloom. Visit
One Ball Park and the Arizona Diamondbacks
its signature swimming pool to its retractable roof,
Bank One Ballpark has become one of the game's most
recognizable landmarks in just a few seasons. Since
the air- conditioned facility first opened its doors
to a regular-season game on March 31, 1998, nearly 15
million baseball fans have enjoyed the opportunity to
watch the Arizona Diamondbacks without worrying about
Phoenix's summer heat or monsoon storms.
Arizona Diamondbacks Website
the first campaign in '68-69 to the present, the Phoenix
Suns have had some tremendously successful and memorable
teams throughout the years. Visit
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Pleasant is located 15 miles west of I-17 (Black Canyon
Freeway) on Carefree Highway (State Route 74) 30 miles
north of Phoenix, within the city limits of Peoria.
The park's 23,662 acres offer an ideal destination for
boating and camping enthusiasts.
With 10,000 acres of crystal clear-water visitors can
enjoy water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, or fishing.
Lake Pleasant offers over 140 developed sites for RV
and tent camping. Visit
most treasured natural wonder. Grand Canyon offers the
most spectacular geological extravaganza on earth. This
grandest Canyon of them all, stretching 280 miles in
length, measures from four to 18 miles in width, and
averages a mile in depth. Erosion relentlessly attacks
its primeval floor and its age-old walls, carving bizarre
land forms. A veritable rainbow of hues is displayed
from its two-billion-year-old base of black Vishnu Schist
to the dazzling white Kaibab Limestone at its rim, and
in between, every color found in nature's easel. Visit
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