This city's small-town attitude has remained intact, although newly constructed shopping centers and convenient freeways have made living easy. It’s common to see residents riding horses, hiking, or enjoying a game of golf at one of the four nearby courses. View Equestrian Real Estate in Queen Creek, Arizona.
This city is located with a view of the San Tan Mountains and is a small community with a friendly home town feel. With great stables such as Tyler Farms and many saddle stores, you wont have to go far to grab your horses needs. The population of this great area has gone from just over 2,667 in 1990 and 4,316 in 2000, to it's current count of approximately 26,361 . The town prospers with new business and community activities for everyone.
Located close to the Phoenix metro area and having two airports nearby allow you to travel virtually anywhere. Recently they have opened numerous fantastic restaurants such as Sushi Creek. You can enjoy Shoppes at Indigo Trails ,The Cornerstone at Queen Creek and various other great stores. The new projects will bring new jobs and new business opportunities to the community in the years to come .
This area offer great things to do like Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center, home of the NRCHA Stakes rodeo competition. This center has both English and Western equestrian activities for the professional and the novice, including roping, team penning, jumping competitions, and cutting contests. The San Tan Mountains hold many wondrous trails to ride in the area and there are many sights to see.
The Rapidly growing tow k has a rich history and you can learn more about that history by visiting such places as, The San Tan Historical Society Museum, The citrus tract camp that Frank Lloyd Wright designed in 1929, Schnepp Farms known for its family oriented events and celebrations and the newly opened branch of the Maricopa County Library. Land is reasonably priced and there are several places for sale already set up for you to enjoy your new lifestyle in this area..