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  • Antelope Gymnasium at Grand Canyon University

    3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017

  • Brunswick Desert Sky Lanes

    7241 W. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85033

  • 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 >>

  • Desert West Skateboard Plaza

    Desert West Skateboard Plaza

    6602 W. Encanto Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85035
    602-495-3700 Desert West had a taste of the limelight when its 2011 PhxAM Skateboard Tournament aired on ESPN. But while cameras zoomed in on amateurs and professionals performing kick-ass kick-flips, manuals, and serious airtime, our eyes were stuck on the park's features — more than 25,000 square feet of skateboard-only curbs, bumps, hips, steps, and three full bowls. Sounds sick enough for national coverage, but the park scored big when local artists Thomas Marcus Breeze and Lalo Cota exhausted an army of spray paint cans when they canvassed the concrete with their signature interlocking designs and grinning skeletons. Now, that's a pretty sweet view — even if you're spending less time landing tricks and more time eating the painted pavement. More >>

  • Desert West Softball Complex

    6501 W. Virginia Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85035

  • GCU Arena

    GCU Arena

    3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017

  • GCU Soccer Field

    3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017

  • Hall of Dames

    2517 W. Mcdowell Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85009

  • Maryvale Baseball Park

    Maryvale Baseball Park

    3600 N. 51st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031
    602-534-6449 Noted baseball architects Ellerbe Beckett designed this beautiful facility that serves as home to the Milwaukee Brewers in Maryvale. Built in 1998, this park was originally planned to house two spring training teams. There are no fancy-schmancy country club seats, or waiters to bring you drinks. This is the kind of park where people come to watch baseball, not talk on their cell phones and network. The stadium has more than enough seats to handle the volume of patrons it gets, without feeling like its cavernous sisters in Peoria and Mesa. Its partial roof offers shade to a large part of the stands, which provides comfort without ruining the "outdoor" feel of watching the game. The grounds are impeccable, there is ample parking, and its bright blue seats are actually pretty comfortable for molded plastic. The concession areas are well-placed, offering a variety of standard fare at different locations so that not a lot of walking is necessary to get your hot dog and beer, and smaller vendors set up booths of more unique items at the end of the walkways, out of the way of traffic patterns. The lawn seats in the outfield are set up on a steep incline, allowing even those in the cheap seats a great view. More >>

  • Maryvale Baseball Park

    Maryvale Baseball Park

    3600 N. 51st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031

  • Maryvale Family YMCA

    3825 N. 67th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85033

  • Maryvale Pool and Park

    4444 N. 51st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031

  • Shooter

    Shooter's World

    3828 N. 28th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85017
    602-266-2600 Got an itchy trigger finger, ace? The high-caliber staff at Shooter's World knows just how to scratch it. If you're not packing your own piece, this west-side pistol palace can let you exercise your Second Amendment rights with firearm rentals available for $10 for the first handgun, $6 for each rental after that (shooters must be 18 and over to rent rifles and shotguns; 21 and over to rent handguns). Once you're locked and loaded, take aim in any of the facility's 24 indoor lanes, which are available for $14 per hour, per person, and are perfect for you to play Dirty Harry with the three kinds of targets available. If you don't like the standard bull's eye or silhouette targets, try taking aim at a photo target of your choosing, including that rat bastard Osama bin Laden, a menacing mugger, and even a little old lady wielding a shotgun. More >>

  • Splatter Ranch

    Scottsdale and Jomax Roads Phoenix, AZ 85009

  • Villa de Paz Plaza

    10540 W. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85033

  • Westside Sports Complex

    2149 N. 99th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85037-4200

  • Westworld Paintball Adventures

    Westworld Paintball Adventures

    4240 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85019
    602-447-8200 Many of the Valley's outdoor paintball parks look like glorified junkyards, littered with precisely the kind of old industrial waste barrels and weathered wooden fortresses your mother would've warned you not to play on -- which, of course, is part of the appeal. But at Westworld's indoor Xtreme Pursuit, a cavernous warehouse stuck in the shadow of the Grand Avenue overpass on West Camelback Road, the two fields are stocked with tournament-quality inflatable cylinders, cones, and "tombstones" made of the same vulcanized material used in heavy-duty river rafts. The refs can be cool or cruel, depending on their attitude of the day, but most are well-trained in airgun repair -- a plus -- and can fix a jammed cocker, impy or timmy faster than your opponents can reload their paint. Hard-core ballers, who universally praise the fully stocked pro shop, may bemoan the family-friendly facility's overabundance of youngsters and noobs. But hey, that just gives you more easy targets to practice on. More >>

  • Xtreme Pursuit

    4240 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85019