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  • Cactus Bike

    1960 S Alma School Rd. Chandler, AZ 85248

  • The Cages

    The Cages

    2511 E. Bell Road Paradise Valley, AZ 85032
    602-925-0607 There are plenty of spots around the Valley that can fulfill the urge to hit a few baseballs. There are only a few places where you can feed your inner big-leaguer at an indoor facility and face curveballs, 85 mph fastballs, a delivery that simulates a human arm angle, or get instruction from former pros. You can get even more serious with a membership, allotting yourself time every day to perfect your swing. From Little League-age on up, The Cages is where players go to hit. Or you can keep hacking at the crap that comes out of the antique pitching machines that litter the outdoor batting cages around the Valley. There are a couple of extra alleys inside The Cages, so pitchers are welcome too. More >>

  • Camelback Golf Club

    7847 N. Mockingbird Lane Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

  • Camelback Mountain/Echo Canyon Recreation Area

    Camelback Mountain/Echo Canyon Recreation Area

    5950 N. Echo Canyon Parkway Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
    602-261-8318 There are few breathtaking views in town to be This popular recreation area freautres multiple mountain-park entereances and trails for hikers and climbers of all types to enjoy. There are few breathtaking views in town to be had as easily as the one from Echo Canyon. Bobby's Rock Trail, aperfect little spot alongside Camelback Mountain does the trick for free. If you can walk a quarter-mile, you're at the summit. Many climbers write off Camelback as nothing more than a pile of "choss," a.k.a. crumbly crap-rock. But there are major upsides to this locale: the super-convenient, central Valley location, the abundance of routes, the 300-foot-plus height of some of the climbs, and the area's sheer beauty. From the spooky, hang-it-all-out moves on the three-pitch Ridge Route to the classic southeast face of the Praying Monk formation, the cliff climbs in the Camel's Head area offer easy-to-get-to thrills for vertical-minded visitors. More >>

  • Camelback Ranch Stadium

    Camelback Ranch Stadium

    10710 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85037
    623-302-5000 Widely considered one of the crown jewels of the Cactus League, this high-end westside stadium features a glitzy decor scheme of steel and stone, reflecting pools stocked with fish, up-close interaction with big league sluggers, and even Dodger Dogs for fans of the Big Blue Wrecking Crew. As one of the brand-new Cactus League parks, it's got all the amenities of Chase Field in an intimate setting that mirrors the atmosphere in the best old-time ballparks. Parking is a cinch, the ushers aren't as Draconian about seat-sneaking as what you'll find at, say, Peoria Sports Complex, and the Chicago-style hot dogs are cheaper and tastier than the ones the Cubbies sell in Mesa. The architecture is what really sets this park apart, though: The copper-colored oxidized steel shell of the grandstand blends beautifully into the surrounding countryside, the gently sloping lawn unfolds gracefully inside the gate, and the Gabion stone retaining walls add a fresh modern touch. The overall atmosphere is still far from a finished product, and will come as the park is broken in, but it's already our favorite place to watch a game. More >>

  • Canyon Lake Marina

    16802 N. E. Highway 88 Apache Junction, AZ 85219

  • Canyon Moon Ranch Grounds

    20585 E. Price Road Florence, AZ 85232

  • Canyon Motocross

    10312 W. Carefree Highway Peoria, AZ 85383

  • Canyon Speedway Park

    9777 W. Carefree Highway Peoria, AZ 85383

  • CAP Basic Sports Complex

    8081 E. Princess Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85255

  • Casey

    Casey's Sports World

    3947 E. Union Hills Drive Phoenix, AZ 85050
    602-971-3224 At this Gledale sports facility, the owners have transformed what used to be an outdoor hockey rink into an outdoor arena with artificial turf, lighting and bleachers. The arena holds games of arena soccer, dodgeball, kick ball and flag football. Guests can also use the three soft-pitch softball cases or seven baseball cages to practice their swing. The baseball pitching machines can reach speeds of up to 80 miles per hours and are designed specifically to imitate the motion of a human pitching motion. Other activities available at Casey's Sports World include mini-golf and laser tag. More >>

  • Castle Sports Club

    Castle Sports Club

    11420 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85029

  • Caswells


    856 E. Isabella Ave. Mesa, AZ 85204
    480-497-5141 Caswells beats any other indoor shooting range in the Valley, for a number of reasons. First, Caswells is a firearm retailer, which means visitors can buy or rent a wide variety of guns and ammo. The indoor range at Caswells has awesome air conditioning, so patrons don't have to sweat it out while shooting, and the targets are movable (they operate on an electronic system, so shooters can adjust their distances more precisely). The indoor shooting booths are side-by-side, but each is relatively private — at least, private enough that shooters don't get dinged with brass casings from their neighbors' stall. There are 11 stalls, and the adjustable targets for each reach a maximum of 75 feet. Prices are reasonable, too — $15 per person per lane rental and $7 gun rentals. Add the fact that ladies get free lanes and gun rentals on Tuesdays and Fridays, and there's little doubt that Caswells is the best shot for Valley gun enthusiasts. More >>

  • Cave Creek Golf Course

    15202 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85023

  • Centerplate

    1 Cardinals Drive Glendale, AZ 85305

  • CFWA

    2952 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Chandler Skate Park

    Chandler Skate Park

    4500 S. Basha Road Sun Lakes, AZ 85248
    480-782-2640 To the uninitiated, Chandler's Snedigar Park looks like an abandoned water park in post-apocalyptic-drought Phoenix. There's an empty swimming pool with a ladder, giant concrete steps to nowhere, and what appear to be several kiddy pools surrounded by towering palms. But to anyone with a worn left sneaker and a full deck, this is a playground of the imagination. Those "swimming pools" are bowls where seasoned skaters try sick tricks like the 540-degree McTwist, named for modern legend Mike McGill. The park also features k-rail obstacles, a flat bar, and several ledges and rails for sliding and grinding. With 35,000 square feet of cement, this place sure beats faking it on the Xbox. More >>

  • Chandler-Gilbert YMCA

    1655 W. Frye Road Chandler, AZ 85224

  • Chaparral Pool

    5401 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85250

  • Chase Field

    Chase Field

    401 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-462-6000 In the heart of downtown Phoenix sits Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks since 1998. The stadium was the first in the United States built with a retractable roof and can hold nearly 50,000 visitors at any given time. It offers a natural grass playing surface and nearly a quarter mile of concession stand area, as well as a suite level and upper concourse. At its highest point the Chase Field roof rises 255-feet in the air and can open and close in less than five minutes – to its own music composed to the exact time needed to open or close, for that matter. Other popular dinning and concession offerings include the All-You-Can-Eat section, Arizona Baseball Blub buffet and Friday's Front Row. In addition to hosting all regular season Arizona Diamondbacks home games, Chase Field has held events including the 2011 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 2006 World Baseball Classic Opening Round, the Insight Bowl and AMA Supercross and Monster Jam Series. More >>

  • Cholla Trailhead at Camelback Mountain

    Cholla Trailhead at Camelback Mountain

    6200 E. Cholla Way Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Usually, we're with those Echo Canyon snobs who sneer at the wimps coming up the easier Cholla side. But this year, we've rediscovered the pleasures of Cholla Trail on Camelback Mountain — especially the killer scramble up the last fifth of the 1.75-mile hike to the summit. If you enjoy a hands-on hike like we do, this trail will make you smile in between grunts of effort. On Camelback, both the main trails offer terrific vistas, good people-watching, and a heart-pounding workout with a climb of more than 1,000 feet. Most of the Cholla Trail has lesser grades than the Echo Canyon Trail, but that changes near the top. Suddenly, the options for rock-crawling open up, allowing hikers to spread out and choose their own paths. Spray-painted blue dots on the boulders help guide the way, but you don't have to follow them. When a bottleneck of hikers slows your momentum, look for another semi-vertical surface to jump on. A committed scrambler can find numerous, alternate paths up that require the use of handholds, yet aren't exposed enough to necessitate breaking out a climbing rope. Since the mountain is centrally located, you'll still have plenty of day left after all that monkeying around. More >>

  • Climbmax Climbing Gym

    1330 W. Auto Drive Tempe, AZ 85284

  • Club Deportivo Coliseo

    Club Deportivo Coliseo

    6112 N. 56th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301
    480-983-5736 There's nary an empty seat to be found on Sunday afternoons in the grandstands of El Gran Mercado. That's because more than a hundred fans of lucha libre (a.k.a. Mexican-style professional wrestling) never seem to miss the weekly wrestling action put on by the stars of Club Deportivo. As with most lucha events, many of the competitors are clad in unique colorful masks as they bounce and battle in the squared circle for the delight of fans. Fast-paced and high-flying competitors such as Psycho Extreme and Aguila Negra engage in mortal combat each week. Much like the more Americanized superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment, there are good guys and there are bad guys, only they're known as t?cnicos (the heroes of lucha libre), who fight it out against rudos (villains). Although it's a bit more colorful than your average episode of WWE Smackdown, the raison d'être is pretty much the same: wrestlers battling for glory (as well as the Club Deportivo championship title) and soaking up the cheers and boos of those in attendance. More >>

  • Club-Doggie

    2055 S. Power Road Mesa, AZ 85209

  • Cochise Course at Desert Mountain

    37700 N. Desert Mountain Pkwy Scottsdale, AZ 85262

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