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  • Gainey Ranch Golf Club

    Gainey Ranch Golf Club

    7600 E. Gainey Club Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85258

  • GCU Arena

    GCU Arena

    3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017

  • GCU Soccer Field

    3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017

  • Gene Autry Sports Complex

    4125 E. McKellips Road Mesa, AZ 85215

  • General Joe Foss Shooting Complex

    26700 W. Buckeye Hills Drive Gila Bend, AZ 85337

  • Gilbert Water Ranch

    SE corner of Greenfield and Guadalupe Roads Gilbert, AZ 85234

  • Gillespie Dam

    S. Old Us-80 Arlington, AZ 85322

  • Glen Fair Lanes

    Glen Fair Lanes

    6110 N. 59th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301
    623-937-9225 Retro furnishings such as orange shag rugs and chrome diner tables are back in style, and vintage-style threads dominate the runways. That's why we love Glen Fair, an old-school alley in Glendale with beige stucco walls and a curvaceous sign that mimics the monogramming on your dad's old polyester bowling shirt. There are league nights for youth and adults, dollar days and senior afternoons where old-timers can earn a buck or two for multiple strikes. But we think Friday and Saturday's Neon Karaoke Night, complete with groovy singers and acid-flashback lighting, is the real winner here. The swank lounge atmosphere is great for a casual, no-hassle first date. And though the live entertainment is generally off-key, there's plenty of cheap beer to dull your senses. So brush up on your Lionel Richie lyrics, throw on some bell-bottoms and go singing in the lanes. More >>

  • Glendale Parks and Recreation

    Glendale Parks and Recreation

    5850 W. Glendale Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301

  • Glendale Youth Sports Complex

    6221 N. 91st Ave. Glendale, AZ 85305

  • Glove Game Boxing

    7137 E. Stetson Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Gold Canyon Golf Resort

    Gold Canyon Golf Resort

    6100 S. Kings Ranch Road Apache Junction, AZ 85218
    480-982-9090 On the Dinosaur Course at Gold Canyon Golf Resort, central Arizona's most spectacular mountains are on full display as you play one of Arizona's most impressive golf courses. Nowhere else do you feel like you're getting the vistas you'd find on a long, challenging hike when you're actually in a golf cart. The Dinosaur Course, simply put, is a unique sport-and-aesthetic experience that shouldn't be missed. The immaculately tailored course wraps in around a little desert nub called Dinosaur Mountain. The aesthetic power, though, comes from how the foreground of twisting lime green fairways and desert prospects frame the Superstition Mountains just to the north. The color and gentle forms of a championship golf course play against the brutal majesty of the Superstitions. More >>

  • Gold's Gym

    1 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Gold's Gym

    8440 W. Thunderbird Road Peoria, AZ 85381

  • Gold's Gym

    14843 N. Northsight Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  • The Golf Club Scottsdale

    The Golf Club Scottsdale

    29001 N. 122nd St. Scottsdale, AZ 85262
    480-443-8868 In a golf-centric metropolis like ours, one private club was designed with purists in mind: The Golf Club Scottsdale. Like any other private club, membership is limited (to 350 members in this case) and expensive ($110,000 gets you in the door). But it's what The Golf Club Scottsdale doesn't have that sets it apart — a fairway lined with homes. True, the $2 million to $10 million homes alongside the Boulders and Estancia clubs aren't eyesores. But The Golf Club Scottsdale gives purists the opportunity to play an award-winning course amongst beautiful high-desert scenery and with nary a mansion in sight. That's why Golf Magazine named The Golf Club Scottsdale one of the "10 to take your breath away" in 2005, and Golf Digest placed it among the top 10 Arizona courses in 2007. Befitting such a majestic and secluded course, the mansion-like clubhouse hits well below par (that is, in a good way). Both the clubhouse and restaurant have an old-world Royal Palms-esque air about them. And like its neighboring north Scottsdale courses, The Golf Club Scottsdale will challenge even the most avid (and wealthy) of regular golfers, particularly — we hear — on the final four holes. More >>

  • Golfland Family Entertainment Center

    Golfland Family Entertainment Center

    155 W. Hampton Ave. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-834-8319 Years ago, having a large pool with a wave-maker and a slide or two was good enough to call yourself a "water park." But thanks to establishments like Mesa's Golfland Sunsplash, modern water parks more resemble amusement parks, with a variety of rides and water slides seemingly engineered by thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies. Sunsplash boasts attractions like the Master Blaster Water Coaster, Thunder Falls (a raft ride that starts nearly seven stories high and features three huge drops), the Stormrider (a massive drop into the water from about 70 feet), and the Sidewinder (a half-pipe slide that allows riders to zip from one end of the bowl to another). Of course, there's the standard wave pool (all 450,000 gallons of it), but Sunsplash also offers a separate "activity pool" for water sports, a toddler pool for the wee ones, and even the Endless River (which ends after about 800 feet) for emulating tubing at the Salt River. There's also a great miniature golf course, with miniature buildings and obstacles, and hundreds of driving and fighting games, pinball machines, and more at their impressive arcade. More >>

  • Goodyear Ballpark

    Goodyear Ballpark

    1933 S. Ballpark Way Goodyear, AZ 85338
    623-882-3120 The Goodyear Ballpark, built in 2009, hosts the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds for their preseason practice and home games and has two very cool and unique features. The first and best is a mini-diamond, located beyond the right field foul line, for kids and families to play on during games. This space epitomizes a spring game experience, allowing kids and parents to watch the big leaguers for a few innings and then go and enjoy the beautiful game in their own way, right next to where the pros are doing it. The second is a large sculpture in front of the stadium called The Ziz by Donald Lipski. It looks like a giant baseball that has gone through some shape-shift warp. It's one of the few artistic touches at any spring training facility across the Valley. Bonus: There are some quality knothole views of the field from the fence behind the left field wall. More >>

  • Goodyear Skate Park

    Goodyear Skate Park

    3151 N. Litchfield Road Goodyear, AZ 85395
    623-882-7525 One of dozens of skate parks in Arizona, the Goodyear Skate Park is a favorite for skaters, thanks to a design that works for both amateurs and pro-skaters.For Goodyear's concrete playground, SITE Design Group included a full-pipe capsule, a 280-foot-long snake run with multiple hips and extensions, an 11-foot-deep peanut bowl with traditional pool tile and coping and a large street/flow course with a pyramid, rollers, bank-to-block and hubba ledges.The park is open daily, and here are some things to know: Helmets are required. In-line stakes and RipSticks are permitted. But leave the bikes, shoe skates, street luge boards, and motorized vehicles at home. You almost can't offer a better description of the Goodyear Skatepark than the keepers of "The skateboarding gods dropped an absolute beauty in the desert: Goodyear Skatepark, located just off I-10 and Litchfield Road, will bring a new dimension to the Arizona skate park scene. Site Design Group and California Skateparks pulled out all of the stops on this one." More >>

  • Granada Park

    6505 N. 20th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016

  • Grayhawk Golf Club

    Grayhawk Golf Club

    8620 E. Thompson Peak Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85255