Things To Do In Queen Creek


One-Hour Horseback Ride for Two or Four

MD Ranch

MD Ranch

Explore the natural beauties of  San Tan Mountain Regional Park on a one-hour ride that shows off sunrises, sunsets, and local flora

$90 $52

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Shooting-Range Packages for Two or Four at Ted's Shooting Range (Up to 40% Off)

Ted's Shooting Range

Queen Creek

Air-conditioned, 25-yard range run by a staff of NRA-certified instructors

$51.99 $33

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Two or Four 60-Minute Private Riding Lessons for One or Two at Twin L Performance Horses (Up to 68% Off)

Twin L Performance Horses

Twin L Performance Horses

Private lessons teach proper form, horse handling, and safety as participants sit atop Arabian horses

$80 $32

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Two Horseback-Riding Lessons at Matthew Roberts Stables (65% Off)

Matthew Roberts Stables

Cave Creek

30-minute private sessions focusing on horsemanship basics through barn tour, riding, grooming, and hands-on learning

$80 $28

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Horseback Riding at Desert Palms Equestrian Center (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Desert Palms Equestrian Center

Desert Palms Equestrian Center

Lifelong equine enthusiast who assisted in the training of a Triple Crown winner shows proper horseback riding and horsemanship techniques

$100 $49

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William Joseph & Friends at Queen Creek Performing Arts Center on Saturday, February 7 (Up to 35% Off)

William Joseph & Friends

Queen Creek Performing Arts Center

Acclaimed young pianist plays original compositions melding classical tones and pop sensibilities

$25 $17.50

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Saturday Parent-and-Child or Family Jewelry Box Making Workshop at Mom & Babies Ceramics LLC (Up to 66% Off)

Mom & Babies Ceramics LLC

Mom & Babies Ceramics LLC

Families learn together during fun ceramic jewelry box construction classes

$100 $39

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  • Survivor Mud Run
    The roughly 5-kilometer Survivor Mud Run challenges athletes from around the country with 20 mud-soaked obstacles, including monkey bars, tire courses, giant slip 'n' slides, and net climbs. A team of licensed contractors builds all the obstacles, ensuring stability throughout. The dirt-drenched course allows participants to put their stamina, physical fitness, and mental determination to the test in a much more fun and safer way than challenging a Central African chimpanzee to a staring contest. Adrenaline and sheer force of will boost runners over walls and beneath low-slung wires in the mud-filled trenches, leading them to the finish line where a post-competition party awaits with beer, music, and food. After each race, announcers honor the top three male and female participants in each age division.
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    N Ironwood Rd,
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Sassy Golf Scottsdale
    Golf visionary Nancy Collins wanted to help women learn golf fundamentals and find a network of like-minded players. To these ends, she founded the all-female league Sassy Golf. After establishing a presence in Denver, Sassy Golf has expanded to include the golf-friendly clime of the Phoenix and Scottsdale area, and participating courses include Troon North and TPC Scottsdale. Throughout the week, members convene on different courses to participate in relaxed outings. The flexible scheduling allows busy members to register for the outings, clinics, and demonstrations that do not conflict with their personal schedules or mysterious inability to be in the same place as a popular superhero. In addition to ladies-only adventures, Sassy Golf coordinates monthly 18-hole coed outings.
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    445 East Ocotillo Road
    Queen Creek, AZ US
  • Banzai Physical Challenge
    For the Banzai Physical Challenge, young warriors must face a dastardly foe: mud. Throughout a two-mile course, kids must brave the mess as they scale a hay mountain, take on a technically engineered ¼ pipe, rope swing, and mud crawl. Youngsters ages 7–17 can opt to tackle the muddy obstacle course on their own, with an adult, or with an altruistic pig that can carry them to the end. After rinsing off at the cleanup area, participants can explore Banzai's other kid-friendly attractions, including tug-of-war, inflatable obstacle courses, and bounce houses. Warriors can unwind with chair massages, adorn their arms with glitter tattoos, groove to tunes spun by live DJs, or replenish themselves with food and drink. There's even a beer garden for the adults.
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    24810 S Rittenhouse Rd.
    Queen Creek, AZ US
  • Ted's Shooting Range
    The Range 25-yard, air-conditioned range Accommodates calibers up to a .308 rifle The Rentals Handguns Long guns Silencers and short-barrel rifles At a Glance A person steps onto the range and raises a pistol, aligning the sight not on a paper target, but on miniature pumpkins. To keep things fresh, the staff at Ted's Shooting Range likes giving both members and the general public a bit of novelty every now and then by furnishing range targets that range from bowling pins to balloons. Ted's NRA-certified instructors also train students during classes, such as their Basic Pistol and Home Defense courses.
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    18395 South 186th Way #106
    Queen Creek, AZ US
  • Jump Jungle
    No matter what the weather, at Jump Jungle, it's always blue skies. Here, kids play in an indoor playground under cover of a sky-blue ceiling that protects them from the outdoors' stifling heat or pouring rains. Inside, they leap across the springy floors of bounce houses, weave thorough the inflatable obstacle course, and scoot down air-filled slides. Picnic benches provide good vantage points for parents, and an arcade gives eye-hand coordination a good workout. Families can also plan parties here to celebrate their child turning a year older or being able to eat in a restaurant sans booster seat.
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    40975 N Ironwood Rd.
    Queen Creek, AZ US
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley
    A safe space. That's what the Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley give to more than 43,000 kids each year. But along with keeping kids out of harm's way after school lets out, the Boys & Girls Clubs enrich children's lives though their programs. Kids get creative in arts classes, learn social interaction and fitness skills in sports programs, and prepare for the future with technology courses that ensure they won't buy stock in companies that only produce floppy discs. But the Boys & Girls Clubs impact kids beyond afterschool care. In addition to the East Valley clubs having the first Arizona club to serve a Native American community, the clubs' Ladmo branch has Mona Dixon, who was named National Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 2010. Her path of success, encouraged by the Boys & Girls Clubs, led her from a girl homeless and worried about her family's survival to a young woman with a full ride to college and named one of the Top 28 Most Influential Black Women in America by Essence magazine.
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    22411 S. Ellsworth Road
    Queen Creek, AZ US

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