- Our list of the best things to do in San Tan Valley, Arizona, features the top 131 nearby activities — including 48 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- San Tan Valley, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sports & Fitness, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
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Darryl Wilson of the CMX Group designed the Tif-Dwarf grass overseeded with RyeLone Tree Golf Course with five water holes and one island green. The course has four starting points so can be played by everyone.
Featuring two lakes, Discovery District Park can be used for fishing and is home to wildlife such as ducks. It features trails throughout the park, a play area, ramadas and sports fields for soccer, football, volleyball and basketball.
Arizona ATV Adventures has been in the clients' service for 30 years. The trails are 40 miles long, with points of interest on both sides. The main attraction is Box Canyon, through which the trail runs for 6 miles. The walls are at most 20 feet apart and 900 feet high.
A 16 screen movie theater, Harkins Theatre features an array of first-run movies, as well as traditional concessions and refreshments. They also feature an IMAX theater, as well as rocking chair seating and adjustable arm rests.
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San Tan Mall, 2298 E Williams Field Road, Gilbert, AZ 85295 MoreLess Info
The Harkins SanTan Village 16 Theaters is a movie theater that provides visitors access to a wide range of different films that are available. Amenities at the theater include fully digital projection, stadium seating, and self-serve ticket kiosks.
Named for former governor and senator Ernest McFarland, McFarland State Historic Park once served as Pinal County's first courthouse. Visitors can see the former courthouse on a guided tour including documents and a World War II exhibit.