in Phoenix, AZ
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1 Cardinals Dr
Glendale, AZ 85305 Directions
Catch the Arizona Cardinals during football season at Cardinals Stadium near downtown Phoenix. The sports team recently set season records for receptions and field goals...could a Super Bowl Championship be in the near future?
The Arizona Cardinals professional football team is the oldest team in the NFL, and belongs to the Western Division of the league.
The team began in Chicago in 1898, moved to St. Louis and then relocated to Arizona in 1988.
Their home stadium is the newly built University of Phoenix Stadium in the suburb of Glendale.
The Arizona Cardinals has a strong winning team, with an NFL championship in 1947, five playoff victories, four division titles and an NFC Championship game, in 2008.
Notable team records include the following:
Passing Yards: 34,639 Jim Hart (1966-1983)
Passing Touchdowns: 209 Jim Hart (1966-1983)
Rushing Yards: 7,999 Ottis Anderson (1979-1986)
Receptions: 537 Anquan Boldin (2003-2009)
Receiving Yards: 8,497 Roy Green (1979-1990)
Pass Interceptions: 52 Larry Wilson (1960-1972)
Field Goals Made: 282 Jim Bakken (1962-1978)
Points: 1,380 Jim Bakken (1962-1978)
Total Touchdowns: 70 Roy Green (1979-1990)
Punt Return Average: 13.7 Charley Trippi (1947-1955)
Kickoff Return Average: 28.5 Ollie Matson (1952, 1954-1958)
Punting Average: 44.9 Jerry Norton (1959-1961)
Sacks: 66.5 Freddie Joe Nunn (1985-1993)
401 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004 Directions
Enjoy springtime in Phoenix at an Arizona Diamondbacks game, and watch one of the youngest championship Major League Baseball teams in action. The sports team plays at Chase Field, a stadium modeled after the sprawling old-time stadiums of yesteryear, but with plenty of modern touches for the ultimate in fan satisfaction.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are a relatively new Major League Baseball team, and play in the West Division of the National League. Nicknamed the "D-backs," the team has already won one World Series. They won in 2001, which makes them the youngest team to have ever won a championship. It only took them four years.
Their first game was a sell-out crowd of 50,179, with tickets selling out in a matter of hours.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have gone on to become a highly competitive team. In their first five seasons, the D-Backs won three division titles (1999, 2001, 2002) and one World Series (2001). In 1999, Arizona won 100 games in only its second season to win the NL West title.
201 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004 Directions
The Arizona Rattlers know how to intimidate the opponent. The Arena Football League team has won two Arena Bowl championships, in 1994 and 1997. The sports team plays at the US Airways Center and you'll practically feel like you're at a pro-grame.
The Arizona Rattlers are one of the founding teams in the new Arena Football League, playing their inaugural season in 1992.
Based in Phoenix, the team plays their home games in the US Airways Center, also home to the NBA's Phoenix Suns.
The Arizona Rattlers made a name for themselves with their aggressive style of play and impressive number of wins.
As one of the AFL's leading franchises, the Arizona Rattlers won the Arena Bowl championship in 1994 and 1997. They also made it to the finals in 2002, 2003 and 2004.
The team's colors and merchandise are also wildly popular, with their unique copper-colored helmets and rattlesnake logo.
In a popular publicity stunt, the Arizona Rattlers guaranteed a winning 2007 season for ticket holders, pledging to make it to the playoffs or else fans would get their money back. The team made good on the $2.2 million guarantee, clinching a spot in the playoffs with a win over the Orlando Predators.
4925 E McDonald Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85018 Directions
Hike one of Arizona's most intriguing natural attractions, Camelback Mountain. Named for its resemblance to a reclining camel, the mountain features sheer red sandstone cliffs and attracts climbers and hikers of every skill level. Trail heads and trails are open from 7a.m. to sunset.
Camelback Mountain is a spectacular formation of red sandstone cliffs that attracts thousands of outdoor enthusiasts each year. The mountain earned its name from its unusual silhouette, which looks like the head and body of camel with a distinctive hump in the middle.
The majestic beauty of the area can be appreciated from the many vantage points throughout the region. Hiking trails are especially challenging, but a few easy paths encourage visitors to visit and explore the mountain up close at a more leisurely pace.
The summit of Camelback Mountain is at 2,704 feet above sea level. Originally, it was under preservation by the federal government, but the mountain was eventually deeded to private investors. As development began to encroach on the natural beauty of the mountain, the state legislature took over part of the land for further protection.
Small wildlife inhabits the designated parkland of Camelback Mountain.
Two hiking trails lead to the mountain's peak, with an average round trip time of 2 hours.
The Praying Monk is a smaller sandstone formation that is used by rock climbers. Its silhouette resembles a man kneeling in prayer.
Casey At The Bat
3947 E Union Hills Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85050 Directions
Get your game on at Casey At The Bat, a sports complex with indoor batting cages, a roller hockey rink, miniature golf and a video arcade. You can also sign up for baseball, soccer, kickball and flag football leagues.
201 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004 Directions
Catch a don't-miss event at Chase Field, a premier multi-purpose arena that's home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and events like the Monster Energy AMA Supercross.
Chase Field is a state-of-the-art ballpark, home to the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team and multi-purpose event venue that's a perfect setting for great concerts and performances.
Chase Field opened in 1998 and was built for $364 million. There are six levels housed in the 1.3 million-square-foot complex, including the Field level, Main Concourse, Press Level, Suite Club Level, Upper Concourse and Mechanical Level.
Besides being the home field of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field hosts a variety of other sporting events including football, soccer and basketball. For all around entertainment, you'll also find outdoor concerts, motor sports, trade shows, exhibits, religious gathering and other events here.
At the right center field is a full sized swimming pool for 42 guests.
The stadium has hosted bowl games and international soccer games.
El Dorado Hot Springs
41225 W Indian School Rd
Tonopah, AZ 85354 Directions
Relax in the desert oasis of El Dorado Hot Springs, a rustic spa and retreat with several hot springs pools to choose from. Located just 40 miles west of Phoenix, the spa has accommodations and a camp ground as well.
Grand Canyon National Park
Village Loop Rd
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 Directions
Grand Canyon National Park is the must-see attraction in Arizona, no matter what part of the state you are visiting. Plan to hike, camp, backpack or ride the Colorado River. Enjoy spectacular scenery any time of year, but especially in the fall and sprin
Grand Canyon National Park is considered to be one of the natural wonders of the world, which should come as no surprise. The storied park covers 1,902 square miles, and includes the Grand Canyon itself, formed as a gorge of the Colorado River.
The South Rim by far is the most popular visiting point, with easy access from Route 64. Most of the Grand Canyon is remote and inaccessible, adding to the canyon's storied reputation.
Many appreciate the Grand Canyon for its colorful geography and its role in preservation history.
For adventurous explorers, the rim of the Grand Canyon provides multiple points of access to the parkland and everything else below the rim. Hikes, mule riders and river runners can be seen enjoying the Grand Canyon's natural beauty.