Looking for other fun places to visit while you're in Queen Creek? Have we got some ideas for you!
Queen Creek's only indoor sports complex, "The Barn" is a family oriented sports facility with a vibrant schedule of events including volleyball, dodgeball, hockey, soccer, flag football, basketball and more! The complex also houses a fitness center and a number of children's day camps.
Queen Creek offers dining experiences for every palate and price range. Check out the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce's directory of restaurants by using their "Directory" tab and selecting "Restaurants."
Need to find a location for your morning jog or a place to take the kids? Queen Creek is known for its beautiful, well-manicured parks, including Desert Mountain Park and Founders' Park. There are also miles of trails in the area that provide safe travel by foot or horseback through the Queen Creek and Sonoqui washes and San Tan Mountains.
Arizona's only working olive mill, the Queen Creek Olive Mill is a family owned company that grows and presses olives for the production of high quality extra virgin olive oil from their farm to your table. Their farming practices and products exemplify their dedication to the environment and the health of our customers. The Olive Mill offers visitors tours of the facility and olive tastings as well as the Del Peiro restaurant and a store. They have been featured on the Food Network's "The Best Thing I Ever Ate" and the Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs."
Featuring family friendly Off Broadway productions as well as community theatre, the Queen Creek Performing Arts Center is a cultural gem. Offering high quality entertainment for affordable prices, check out their website for a complete show calendar.
Schnepf Farms, a working farm along Rittenhouse Road, contains a country store and bakery, pick-your-own fruits and vegetables, and offers year-round events including the Peach Festival in May, Pumpkin & Chili Festival in October, dinners in the orchard featuring food prepared by famous local chefs, the American Heritage Festival in November, and much more. Schnepf Farms as been designated as an "Arizona Treasure" and been featured several times by Sunset Magazine.
From small, family owned boutiques to large-scale superstores, Queen Creek has a number of shopping centers, including our historic Town Center area. The Town encourages residents and visitors to shop locally, and offers a free "Shop Queen Creek" program. The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce also offers a detailed listing of member businesses. The map below offers details of where shopping centers may be found in the community: