- TripBuzz found 186 things to do with kids in or near Chandler, Arizona, including 164 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix and Gilbert.
- From Koli Equestrian Center to Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center, the Chandler area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Bowling, Trampoline Parks and Water Parks.
- Chandler serves as one of the moderately sized suburban areas outside of Phoenix with the downtown area of the metropolitan area just 20 miles away. Native American art plays a prominent role in the city due to the presence of a large gallery. A unique addition to Chandler is the newer Ostrich Festival that is held annually in March.
Blooming Beets Kitchen Phoenix MoreLess Info
Guests enjoy health-conscious dining experience with tasteful, gluten- and sugar-free dishes
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495 S Saguaro Drive, Apache Junction, AZ 85120 MoreLess Info
As the location for the region's little league, Apache Junction Little League Field offers visitors two fields to watch games from. The field has a concession stand that serves refreshments and grilled food.
97% 356 votes
3939 N. Usery Pass Road, Mesa, AZ 85207 MoreLess Info
Bordering the Tonto National Forest, Usery Mountain Regional Park is a large public park teeming with desert wildlife. The stunning Wind Cave Trail cultimates in the Wind Cave, a natural feature formed by dripping water over thousands of years.
Situated on nearly three million acres, Tonto National Forest features ponderosa pines, several lakes and eight wilderness areas. The forest offers a trail system for hiking and biking, water access for fishing, swimming and boating, campsites and picnic areas.
47% 85 votes
30761 Golf Club Drive, Queen Creek, AZ 85143 MoreLess Info
The Golf Club at Johnson Ranch offers two distinct nine-hole courses that can be combined into an 18-hole arrangement for those wanting to play the entire club. There is a set daily fee rather than a pay-per-play cost that allows for a leisurely pace through the course.
Formed about 14 million years ago, Piestewa Peak was long a popular site for mining and raising mountain goats. Today, it is popular with hikers who climb to the 2,608 feet summit, or enjoy the scenic views at the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation Area.
84% 420 votes
14915 E. Eagle Mountain Parkway, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 MoreLess Info
Besides the 18-hole golf course, the Golf Club at Eagle Mountain also has its own restaurant, a clubhouse named the Overlook Pavilion, and a golf shop. It can host special events, such as weddings.