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Arizona Cowboy College

Your chance to become a real ranch-working cowboy at a working cattle ranch. This is a 'No Frills'

Scottsdale, AZ Working Ranches

Commemorative Air Force Museum

The Arizona Wing of The Commemorative Air Force invites you to come and see World War II aircraft including a fully restored flying B-17 Flying Fortress Sentimental Journey, B-25 Mitchell, A-26 Invader, SNJ, O2A, Mig15, Mig-21 and others. Tour the B-17

Mesa, AZ Museums

Los Caballeros Golf Club

Los Caballeros Golf Club (LCGC) is a top ranking, semi-private golf club set at the foot of the Bradshaw Mountains in the upper Sonoran Dessert. LCGC offers beautiful driving ranges, putting greens, and a short game practice area -- perfect for your next golf vacation. Constructed in 1979

Wickenburg, AZ Golf Courses


Surprise Stadium

See the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers in action at their new $48.3 million, multi-use stadium. Kansas City based HOK Sports designed the 10,500-seat facility, which officially opened on Dec. 7, 2002

Surprise, AZ Sports

Peoria Sports Complex

The Peoria Sports Complex was the first Major League Baseball spring training and player development facility in the country that is shared by two teams. Built in 1994, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners, through 20

Peoria, AZ Sports

SunRidge Canyon Golf Club

At SunRidge Canyon Gold Club, golf isn't merely a sport, It's an adventure. This 6,823 yard, par-71

Fountain Hills, AZ Golf Courses

Mountain Shadows Theatre Company

Mountain Shadows Theatre Company (MSTC) is the newest, non-profit community theatre company in the West Valley and the real "surprise" in Surprise, Arizona. Mountain Shadows Theatre Company presents its performances in the majestic, 500

Surprise, AZ Theatres

Cosanti Foundation - Paolo Soleri Windbells

An Arizona Historic Site, the Cosanti Foundation is a unique complex of desert-appropriate, experimental, concrete structures designed and constructed by Paolo Soleri, world recognized architect and originator of the "arcology" concept with the help of students from around the world.

Scottsdale, AZ Arts

Garcia School

This red brick schoolhouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was built in 1905, replacing the wooden school on this land. "Little remains of the old one-room schoolhouses built of logs, adobe, frame, or brick which proliferated across Arizona in the late 1800s.

Wickenburg, AZ Historic Schoolhouses

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