- TripBuzz found 68 things to do with kids in or near Buckeye, Arizona, including 56 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Goodyear, Surprise, Avondale and Glendale.
- From Buckeye Aquatics Center to Verrado's Walton Park, the Buckeye area offers 73 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Parks, Recreation Centers and Playgrounds.
- A suburb of Phoenix, Buckeye is a spacious town with lots of land. Much of this land is used for recreational purposes including the development of the Buckeye Hills Regional Park where there is a shooting range, hiking trails and campgrounds. Many festivals and special events are also held in Buckeye such as an annual air fair, dog show and women's expo.
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Family-friendly amusement and entertainment can be found at Amazing Jake's Food & Fun, including rides like bumper cars, a carousel, tea cups, and go karts. The facility also features a full video game arcade and laser tag arena.
The history and culture of Gilbert, Arizona is preserved at the Gilbert Historical Museum. Its exhibits include photographs, military uniforms, political documents, Native American crafts, elaborate quilts and other objects from Gilbert's rich history.
Adults and children without prior equestrian experience come to Trailhead Ranch for exciting guided tours of the Sonoran Desert. All Trailhead Ranch horses are experienced, calm and dependable. Choose from dozens of pre-planned routes and over a hundred miles of trails.
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Providing kids with a close up look at many fun animals, My Petting Zoo, LLC is an ideal destination for families. At this farm the kids can feed, brush and pet the animals. Pony rides are also possible.
The Freestone District Park provides tennis courts, a football field, soccer fields, and batting cages for team athletic events. The location also features picnic areas and trails, providing scenic views of duck and geese swimming.
Featuring two lakes, Freestone Park is situated on 88 acres and offers facilities for volleyball, basketball, tennis and softball. The park can be used for fishing and picnics and provides children's play areas, multi-use trails and a skate park.
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.
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.