What’s Up In Phoenix
Here’s our collection of info and links for the most popular local Phoenix attractions. Phoenix basks in sunshine more than any other major metropolitan area in the U.S.—during 85 percent of its daylight hours. Put another way, 300 days of sunshine a year. And the cliche that “it’s a dry heat” rings true. Humidity levels are pleasantly low, even in summer. It’s always a great time to visit!
Phoenix is world renown for golf. There are dozens of courses scattered throughout Maricopa County. Here are quick links to find golf courses and tee times during your stay in Phoenix:
- Tee Off – No booking fees for courses in the Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ Area.
- Birdie Bug Tee Times – Discount tee times at over 135 Phoenix area golf courses conveniently grouped by six locations: North, Northeast, Northwest, South, Southeast, and Southwest.
Phoenix Golf City Courses – The Parks and Recreation department offers five 18-hole championship courses and three 9-hole courses strategically located throughout the City of Phoenix.
Cactus League Spring Training
Looking to enjoy baseball spring training? The Phoenix area has the largest U.S. concentration of professional baseball facilities with 15 major league teams making Arizona their spring training home.
- Surprise Stadium. Surprise AZ
- Maryvale Baseball Park. Phoenix, AZ
- Goodyear Ballpark. Goodyear, AZ
- Camelback Ranch. Phoenix, AZ
- Peoria Sports Complex. Peoria, AZ
- Tempe Diablo Stadium. Tempe, AZ
- Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Scottsdale, AZ
- Hohokam Stadium. Mesa, AZ
AZ Arts & Crafts Shows – Year Round
Enjoy year round arts and crafts shows in Prescott, Chandler, Tempe, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Scottsdale, Casa Grande,
Tucson, Mesa, Sedona, Flagstaff, Wickenburg, and Chino Valley.
Looking for day trips and more fun things to do around Phoenix? We’ve got you covered.