Queen Creek

PLAN A TRIP TO QUEEN CREEK TO ENJOY THE COMFORTS OF THE COUNTRY WITH THE CONVENIENCES OF THE CITY.

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Hugging the foothills of San Tan Mountain Regional Park, the hiking and horseback riding trails of Queen Creek offer access to more than 10,000 acres of the Sonoran Desert, yet the town lies only minutes away from the conveniences of the Phoenix area.

You can fill your days in a variety of ways within town, from parks and recreational activities to farm tours (ever see how olive oil is made?) or the San Tan Historical Society and Museum. You’ll feel right at home here, as this community prides itself on its country friendliness.

Soak up the peaceful desert scenery and the country atmosphere; then head to town to explore the Phoenix area’s wide array of attractions and activities. Whether it’s culture, nature, or action you seek, it’s not far away in Queen Creek.

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For Visitor information

Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce | 22308 S. Ellsworth Rd. | Queen Creek, AZ | (480) 888-1709 | www.queencreekchamber.com

County It all started How High? Head Count
Maricopa 1989 1,404ft 26,361

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