Surprise is a city in Maricopa County, in the U.S. state of Arizona. The population was 30,848 at the 2000 census; however, rapid expansion has boosted the city's population to 117,517 at the 2010 census, an increase of 281%. As such, it is the second-fastest-expanding municipality in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area (after Gilbert) and, between 1990 and 2000, it was the sixth-fastest-expanding place among all cities and towns in Arizona.
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4.5 based on 482 reviews
We were really excited about catching the Royals at Spring Training and we had heard great things about the stadium.
Overall, it is very nice. However......the seats are narrow and very tightly packed together. If you are even of average size, you will be rubbing shoulders with your seatmate. Heaven forbid if you are of larger size - you will be very uncomfortable.
5 based on 41 reviews
This is the crown jewel of the Sun City Rec Centers. Ten newly redone tennis courts, lawn bowling, mini golf, racquetball, table tennis, swimming pool, walking pool, hot tubs, complete exercise room, bowling alleys, billiards room, darts, metal shop, wood shop, a dozen or more club headquarters, restaurant, banquet hall/ dance hall/ meeting room. A branch of the county library is on site. That's certainly not all. All well maintained with adequate parking and wheelchair access. Spend an hour or a day, it doesn't get much better!
4.5 based on 303 reviews
Peoria Sports Complex was the first Major League Baseball spring training and player development facility in the country shared by two teams. Built in 1994, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners utilize the facility year round. The complex has a main stadium and twelve practice fields. In addition to baseball tournaments, the facility hosts community events, concerts, art and trade shows, weddings and group events. The surrounding area includes numerous hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Take me out to the ballgame .. Take me out with the crowd .. Oh what a song it is.
Take me out for a night game at the Peoria Sports Complex here in Peoria, Arizona, on the North and West side of the greater Phoenix Metro Area.
Take me out to see the Oakland Athletics play the Seattle Mariners in a Major League Baseball Spring Training game in the Cactus League.
What fun it all was. How sweet it all was. Great employees at the ballpark. Parking was easy. Security was firm but polite and certainly not draconian. Fun concessions to see as attractions. Very clean restrooms. Friendly fans as well to visit with.
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, I don't care if I never get back.
I loved the Peoria Sports Complex, near 101 Loop Rd and Bell Rd, right here in little old Peoria, Arizona..
4.5 based on 568 reviews
The Westgate Entertainment District includes numerous restaurant, a number of shops and the Phoenix Coyotes Stadium. There always seems to be something happening. We saw a Navy jazz band, a hot rod exhibition and a rock band. The landscaping is very pretty and the people watching is great. This is a nice place to spend time.
4.5 based on 752 reviews
Went here for a volleyball tournament my daughter was playing in. None of the concessions were open but it is a easy stadium to get to with good parking and access to near by shopping, food and Gil’s river arena. Was very cool for my daughter to get to play on stadium, might have to go back for a nfl game.
4 based on 807 reviews
The admission seemed a little expensive and then all the rides any attractions cost an additional $6 per person. Lots of animals to see though. Worth going at least once and good for kids of all ages.
Giraffe enclosure was the hi-lite for sure. Make sure to bring change for food. I think it took quarters.
5 based on 9 reviews
As a former librarian, I was extremely impressed with the exterior. The setting is next to a little lake and near the ball park and other family venues. I can just imagine curling up there with a good book.
4.5 based on 248 reviews
Spring Training home of Major League Baseball's Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers, located in Glendale, Arizona
Great ballpark for Spring Training games! Parking is free, seats are great, lots of food to choose from (had the 18" pizza slice!), nice pro shops and more. Very family friendly atmosphere. On a nice sunny day you'll have a great time!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Talk about hard courts! Very nice setting, a few shady spots (would be nice if the viewing areas were shady). Some courts are soooo big that shagging balls is an effort that eats into your playing time.
I played in the daytime where the sun was a blinding problem. If only Arizona was a little less sunny! I think playing at night is the way to go (the lighting capacity is appropriate). It was a great setting for a tournament.
As a player, I found the daytime brightness and the size of some of the courts made play difficult. The ball seemed to sail, and the sound of the racket on ball took some getting used to.
So generally, the nicest public club I have ever played at, but I would rather be in Vermont.
4.5 based on 453 reviews
Traveling the NHL arenas, shocked to see such a 1980's MTV music video quality Jumbotron here. Crowd was incredibly enthusiastic and loud for the few that were there; pretty sure section 121 is the "moms get away..." ya. Value score is HUGE here, can't beat AZ prices other than maybe Islanders, Hurricanes, and Panthers. I think Tucson (AHL's) dinky little convention center is nicer and that's pathetic. Only thing making up for low quality experience the Yotes put on was the BMW Lounge; being able to see either team enter and exit the ice is phenomenal. Try to get tickets in the rows that allow access to it; all you can eat and drink till the start of the 3rd. Overall it's ok, compared to other NHL arenas.. lol.
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