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Glendale is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona located approximately 9 miles northwest of Downtown Phoenix. As of the 2020 census, it had a population of 248,325. Glendale’s history dates all the way back to the late 1800’s when William John Murphy was in charge of building the Arizona Canal from Granite Reef to New River to bring water to the desert land. Murphy then formed the Arizona Improvement Company with the objective to sell the land and water rights south of the canal. Murphy referred to this land as “Glendale”. In order to develop and interest potential investors and settlers in this new town, Murphy decided to provide a better way of access from Phoenix to Glendale by building an 18-mile-long diagonal road which he named Grand Avenue and is still there today. The construction of a railroad and the Beet Sugar Factory in 1906 played an important role in the large migration of settlers in the city.
If you’re looking for something to do, Glendale sparkles with attractions. Enjoy some hiking or biking on over 40 miles of trails or a day at one of the many expansive area parks. At Westgate Entertainment District, shows of fountains, music and lights dazzle at WaterDance Plaza, which also hosts outdoor concerts. Surrounding the plaza, you’ll find Gila River Arena and the adjacent State Farm Stadium. The Gila River Arena is home to the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes and the annual Street League Skateboarding competition. State Farm Stadium has been the home field of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals and the annual Fiesta Bowl college football game since 2007. Since opening, the facility has brought two Super Bowls, three college football national championship games, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four, WrestleMania XXVI and International Champions Cup soccer to Glendale. Designed by architect Peter Eisenman, the stadium was featured on The History Channel because of its roll-out natural grass field. Furthermore, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox have shared the Camelback Ranch-Glendale spring training complex and stadium since 2009. Glendale is also host to several festivals including the Glendale Chocolate Festival, Folk & Heritage Festival, Jazz and Blues Festival, and Light festival every year. Glendale is always bursting with activities and has something for everyone.
Goodyear is a city in Maricopa County with a population of 95,294 as of 2020. Goodyear was originally established by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company to cultivate cotton for vehicle tire cords. Although Goodyear was founded in 1917, the majority of construction and population growth happened after 1990. 22 communities that are completed and under construction have a total area of approximately 20,000 acres. These communities, along with another 21 communities for future suburban development, will contain almost 200,000 homes, with only 25,000 built. According to Opendoor, Goodyear is the fifth most popular place in the Phoenix metro area to buy a home, based on home sales.
Goodyear is approximately 17 miles west of downtown Phoenix with the Gila River passing through the city. The Estrella Mountain Regional Park located here has over 20,000 acres, an abundance of hiking trails, a lake, and the only grass picnic area in the Maricopa Park system. In addition to 18 parks, there is a pump track and skate park; the Goodyear Recreation Campus, offering a state-of-the-art aquatics facility, recreation center, multi-use fields and sport courts; and the Goodyear Ballpark, home to spring training for the Cincinnati Reds and the Cleveland Guardians. Goodyear also boasts home to the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium, & Safari Park; Arizona Challenger Space Center; Estrella Star Tower; and Estrella Lakeside Amphitheater. With the city’s climate and over 300 sunny days per year, it’s no wonder Goodyear has become such a popular destination.
Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and 5th largest city in the United States. With over 1.6 million residents, it is also one of only two state capitals with a population of more than one million people. Phoenix is the anchor of the Phoenix metropolitan area, also known as the Valley of the Sun, which in turn is part of the Salt River Valley. Known for its warm temperatures and over 300 days of sun a year, you’ll be able to enjoy the abundance of activities here all year around.
Phoenix holds the perfect climate for your outdoor adventures. If you enjoy hiking or biking, more than 41,000 acres of Phoenix desert and mountain parks and preserves offer everything from busy, arduous summit climbs to secluded, meandering valley walks. 40 trailheads provide access to more than 200 miles of trails. You can admire the displaying cacti and numerous native plants and fauna within the city limits or at the one of a kind Desert Botanical Garden.
The tourist industry is the longest running of today’s top industries in Phoenix. With more than 500 hotels and 40 resorts, greater Phoenix sees over 16 million visitors each year, most of whom are leisure travelers. Sky Harbor Airport, which serves the Greater Phoenix area, serves about 40 million passengers a year, ranking it among the nation’s 10 busiest airports. One of the biggest attractions of the Phoenix area is golf, with over 200 golf courses. Some of the most popular sites in the city include: Japanese Friendship Garden, Historic Heritage Square, Phoenix Mountains Park, Pueblo Grande Museum, Tovrea Castle, Camelback Mountain, Hole in the Rock, Mystery Castle, St. Mary’s Basilica, Taliesin West, the Wrigley Mansion, Phoenix Zoo, and South Mountain Park. In addition to the sites of interest in the city, there are many attractions near Phoenix, such as Agua Fria National Monument, Arcosanti, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Lost Dutchman State Park, Montezuma’s Castle, Montezuma’s Well, and Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Phoenix also serves as a central point to many of the sights around the state of Arizona, such as the Grand Canyon, Lake Havasu, Meteor Crater, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns, Sedona and Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff. Phoenix is also home to several professional sports franchises, and is one of only 13 U.S. metropolitan areas to have representatives of all four major professional sports leagues.
The city contains many options for higher learning. Arizona State University is the region’s largest institution of higher education. While its main campus is in Tempe, ASU also has campuses in northwest Phoenix and downtown Phoenix. An independent, LCME accredited, four-year medical school of the University of Arizona College of Medicine is near ASU’s downtown Phoenix campus. The Maricopa County Community College District includes ten community colleges and two skills centers throughout Maricopa County, providing adult education and job training. Phoenix College, part of the district, was founded in 1920 and is the oldest community college in Arizona and one of the oldest in the country.
Golfing in All Corners of Phoenix
If you are an avid golfer or a novice just getting started, Phoenix has golf courses for everyone! Phoenix and its neighboring communities are home to nearly 200 golf courses in a variety of styles, and Greater Phoenix is known as one of the top destinations for golf. And for good reason — you can get just about any kind of golf experience imaginable.
From lush Sonoran Desert scenery to the classic green grass and wide fairways located in resorts, remote landscapes, and city-owned courses, here’s a few picks for the best golf courses in Greater Phoenix. Learn more here: https://www.visitphoenix.com/things-to-do/outdoors/golf