Welcome to Queen Creek, Arizona!
Queen Creek is one of the best-kept secrets in Arizona. Many of the Gillette Group team members live in Queen Creek with their families. There is an exceptional climate (with 330 days of sunshine annually), natural recreational riches and a relaxed, rural lifestyle to fulfill the dreams and visions of those who relocate to one of America’s best small towns.
Queen Creek’s approximately 42,000 residents enjoy the benefits of small-town living close to a metropolitan area: low crime rates, easy commuting to and from metro Phoenix, excellent air quality and a variety of recreational activities, all elements of a low-stress lifestyle.
If you enjoy the great outdoors, Queen Creek is the place for you. You can ride a horse or hike into the mountains and across trails into the countryside. The Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre provides opportunities for events of both the English and Western persuasion, ranging from jumping competitions to roping, team penning, barrel racing and cutting contests.
If a more relaxing time is your idea of fun, you can sit on the patio and view the San Tan and Goldmine Mountains to the south, and the Superstition Mountains to the northeast.
Founders Park, Desert Mountain Park, Mansel Carter Oasis Park and local schools offer ball fields, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts. Four 18-hole golf courses are also available within the Queen Creek area.
Queen Creek offers a variety of shopping options including retail and dining options at Queen Creek Marketplace, the Cornerstone at Queen Creek, Power Marketplace and Queen Creek Village. One of Arizona’s favorite shopping malls, San Tan Village, is just 15 minutes to the north.
Queen Creek, in the southeast corner of Maricopa County, Arizona is within 10 minutes of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and 45 minutes of Sky Harbor International Airport. This small town is an oasis in the East Valley of the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Filled with pride and dreams, the residents of Queen Creek are aware of the growth moving toward our community. We are actively involved in the planning process to guide this growth and achieve our vision of a family-oriented community with a rural character, a supporting infrastructure, and a stable economy. Source: queencreek.org
What we love most about Queen Creek
- The Small Town Feel and Events
- San Tan Regional Park and Hiking
- Olive Mill and Schnepf Farms
- Queen Creek Wash and Sonoqui Bike Trails
- Masel Carter Oasis Park
Our Favorite Queen Creek Restaurants
- Pita Jungle – Queen Creek
- Olive Mill
- San Tan Flats
- Buddyz Pizza
- Rancho De Tia Rosa
- Creek Side Taco Shack
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