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Festival Fields Park Avondale

Festival Fields opened after a facelift and many new upgrades, including a splashpad, skate park, basketball courts, playgrounds, urban fishing lake, dog park, baseball fields, little league field, pickle ball courts and basketball courts. Festival Fields Park will be a great highlight for the Avondale community! You can see our Splashpad review here Located at…

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Festival Fields Splashpad Avondale

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Festival Fields is located near the intersection of Lower Buckeye Road and Litchfield Road in Avondale. It is actually very close to the Goodyear Airport and an Amazon station of some sort (there are a lot of Amazon vans!). The Festival Fields Park has a ton of great features and I’m super excited to showcase…

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Eastmark Splashpad

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When we visited the Eastmark Playground, we didn’t realize that the Eastmark Splashpad was right behind the visitor center. It is kind of hidden away and is near the HOA’s pool, so it is not that easy to find. However, the Eastmark Splashpad is open to the public! The splashpad lies behind the welcome center…

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Eastmark Great Park Mesa

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If you have monkeys in your family like I do, you will love this amazing park in Eastmark. Eastmark is a huge community in east Mesa, on the Queen Creek Border. It is also very close to the Mesa Airport. Check out our other post to see the splashpad! Baby swings and a small little…

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Chestnutt Park Scottsdale

As we were looking up all of the splash pads we could hit on the east side of the valley, we found Chestnutt Park just down the street from Agua Linda Park. This Park is located at Camelback and North Granite Reef Road. But, what is really amusing is that it is across from “Minnezona”…

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Things to do in North Phoenix

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We have been writing this blog so long that it was finally time to tackle a round up of just Phoenix. However, Phoenix is so large that one round up post would be gigantic! So, we are separating it into three easy sections: North Phoenix Central Phoenix East Phoenix Hopefully this will help you navigate…

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Things to do in Avondale!

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The West Valley has a lot to offer. Avondale is one of the smaller cities in the west valley, it has grown in the past few years in population. It also has some great new features for families! Indoor Places Forget the old batting cages out in the hot sun, D-Bat in Avondale is climate…

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The Cloud Kiwanis Park Tempe

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The Cloud at Kiwanis Park Tempe is the newest Splashpad, and it comes with much fanfare. If your kids like the sounds of Rainforest Cafe, they will love this fun rainstorm themed splashpad. At least desert kids can experience a rain storm, HA HA! One thing to note, this splashpad is at the north part…

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Chuparosa Park Chandler

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Chuparosa Park in Chandler has a small splash ground, large shaded playground and a restroom. Chuparosa also has a large parking area, walking trails, multipurpose fields and , ramadas, swings and beach volleyball courts too! The splashpad is a very basic one with just a few features. It is somewhat shaded by trees and is…

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Espee Park and Splashpad Chandler

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Espee Park in Chandler not only has a great covered and shaded playground, but it also has a large splashpad, ramadas and bathrooms. Espee Park had a nice toddler playground that was underneath the same shade as the big kids playground. The splashpad was HUGE, but was pavement. A bathroom, many huge ramadas and greenspace…

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San Tan Village Splashpad

Are you looking for a splashpad that is covered and in a shopping area in East Valley, then the San Tan Village Splashpad is for you! Conveniently located across a short walkway from a Dairy Queen and a bathroom, this splashpad is a a great one for little kids! It is also just a few…

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Pioneer Park-Mesa

This wonderful park was reopened with new features on December 16th, so we had to check it out. Pioneer Park in Mesa is located at 526 E Main Street, Mesa. It is just down the street from the IDEA Museum and Arizona Museum of Natural History, and across the street from the Mesa Arizona Temple.…

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Hudson Park and Splashpad-Tempe

We love checking out Splashpads, and luckily there was a close one to the Arizona Mills Mall that we wanted to check out while Munchie was in Sea Life Camp. As you drive around Tempe to get to this park, you will find that this area is a good mix of residential homes, college campus…

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Sunset Park-Wickenburg

We have been eagerly awaiting Wickenburg’s splash pad opening for years now (as I am sure the residents have as well!). We visited Desert Caballeros Western Museum a few years ago and wanted to have a few more reasons to go out to Wickenburg to enjoy the desert scenery, and the splash pad at Sunset…

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Mesa Riverview Splashpad

We reviewed the Splashpad the same day as the park-unfortunately the weather was a bit too chilly for us to fully enjoy the splashpad, however, I did see a few brave souls jumping in. The Mesa Riverview Splashpad is located at 2100 W Rio Salado, but the easiest parking is on Cubs Way (the South…

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