Queen Creek

Queen Creek is a town in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona. The population was 26,361 at the 2010 census. As of July 2019, Queen Creek's population is estimated to be 50,890

Queen Creek

Queen Creek is located somewhat on the outskirts of the Phoenix Metropolitan area, past Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler but closer than Maricopa. For this reason, those interested in Queen Creek living but the benefits that the Phoenix area has to offer may want to focus on properties towards the northern area of Queen Creek. The southern area of Queen Creek is closer to San Tan Valley. Either way, highway access is fairly easy.


Why You Should Live in Queen Creek


One of the fastest-growing cities in the nation and the second-fastest growing in Arizona, Queen Creek has an extraordinary amount of cultural attractions, entertainment options, and suburban amenities to offer. The economy in Queen Creek is strong, and most households in the area earn well over the national median.

Cultural attractions in Queen Creek include the American Heritage Festival, Schnepf Farms Festivals, the Barney Family Sports Complex, and the Queen Creek Olive Mill. For horse lovers, the Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Center holds events and competitions throughout the year. As with many Arizona towns, Queen Creek has an extraordinary amount of outdoor and park space; picnics, BBQs, hiking trails, and scenic outlooks are all available in spades.

Queen Creek has many highly rated schools, including both public and charter schools. Desert Mountain Elementary School, Eduprize School, Willie & Coy Payne Junior High School, and the Charlotte Patterson Elementary School all receive superb ratings, making Queen Creek an ideal place for those with families.

Apart from schools and cultural attractions, there are a variety of events and entertainment venues in Queen Creek. Queen Creek's slogan is "comforts of the country, the convenience of a city." The nearby San Tan Mountain Regional Park offers trails, outdoor views, and a visitor center for those who want an educational romp outside, while the Superstition Farm has both a petting zoo and a hayride for families with children.

The Peach Festival at Schnepf Farms often draws a crowd, and Tumbleweed Park is the perfect place for those who have pets. The Hale Centre Theatre has performances throughout the year, such as music and dance recitals, and the Arizona Railway Museum is a historic specialty museum perfect for young and old alike.

Young professionals interested in the nightlife will be excited to know about Queen Creek's unique offerings, such as the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre where shows and concerts are held over a meal. There is also the National Comedy Theatre comedy club for the perfect date night activity and the Pollack Tempe Cinemas for those looking for something a little more traditional.


About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
There's holiday spirit
Great schools
Great for retirees
Car is needed
Easy commutes
Good transit
There are sidewalks
Parks and playgrounds
It's dog friendly
Great nightlife
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