- TripBuzz discovered 72 different types of activities for couples in the Maricopa area, including Recreation Centers (like UltraStar Multi-tainment Center), Movie Theaters (like UltraStar Multi-tainment Center at Ak-Chin Circle), Casinos (like Harrah's Ak-chin Casino) and Parks (like Pacana Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 56 date ideas in or near Maricopa, Arizona, including 49 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert and Casa Grande.
Founded with adventurous tourists in mind, Desert Belle Cruises offers a unique way to explore Saguaro Lake. The double-decker tour boats have open sides and are very stable in the water, minimizing the risk of sea-sickness.
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Nestled in Maricopa County, McDowell Mountain Regional Park is a beautiful destination for hiking, birdwatching and mountain biking. Visitors may explore the park alone, or participate in one of the weekly hikes organized by park officials.
Plan your next party or enjoy a day out with the family at MacDonald's Ranch, in Scottsdale. Visitors of all ages enjoy the guided horseback rides, the cowboy cookout's, petting zoo, and good old southwestern hospitality.
Twin L Performance Horses is an Arabian equestrian facility offering a number of services for horses and their owners to enjoy. These include riding lessons, horse training, and horses for sale or lease.
Covering 150 acres, Pinnacle Peak Park is visited annually by more than 200,000 people. It is very popular among wildlife watchers, with many species being spotted, including in here coyotes, bobcats, various species of snakes, mule deer, and others.
Specializing in multiple day backpack expeditions, Discovery Treks Day Tours provides visitors with guides to take them to the major landmarks of the Grand Canyon and Havasu Falls region. Visitors will spend time hiking, stargazing, and camping in the wilderness.
The Arizona Balloon Safari launches from the Sonoran Desert and floats roughly 400 feet in the air, allowing passengers to see desert life and a 360-degree vista. First time balloonists are awarded with the Certificate d'Ascension en Machine Aerostatique.