Surprise Arizona is tucked away in the Valley of the Sun’s northwestern corner, it has blossomed from a smallish agricultural suburb into vibrant, growing Western city of 100,000-plus that hasn’t forgotten its roots – but looks excitedly toward its future.
If your looking to play golf, you have found it here in Surprise. Surprise is also home to more than a half-dozen golf courses, a pair of museums – one centered entirely on Native American arts, the other focusing on fine arts and traveling exhibitions – and is just minutes from a major wildlife zoo. And because Surprise sits in the shadow of the White Tank Mountains, hiking and biking in a pristine desert environment are but a stone’s throw away, as are the park’s astonishing ancient Hohokam petroglyphs. It’s the perfect place to spend time outdoors.
If your into sports Surprise has it. Professional baseball spring-training games every March, top-notch college baseball tourneys, dozens of youth and amateur athletic events, and a variety of seasonal festivals and arts fairs that draw spectators from throughout the metro area. If your in the Air Force and relocating to Surprise, Luke Air Force Base is a short drive to the South. And thank you for your service.
Here are a few golf courses:
Arizona Traditions Golf Club: www.arizonatraditionsgolfclub.com.
Cimarron Golf Club: – www.grandinfo.com/.
Coyote Lakes Golf Club: www.coyotelakesgolfclub.com.
Desert Springs Golf Club: www.grandinfo.com/.
Granite Falls: www.grandinfo.com/.
Great Eagle Golf Club: www.greateaglegolfclub.com.
Sun Village Golf Course: www.sunvillage.org/Pages/Golf_Course.htm.
Here are a few neighborhoods:
Arizona Traditions: azthoa.com.
Marley Park: www.marleypark.com.
Surprise Farms: www.sunbeltholdings.com/Pages/surprise_farms.html.
Mountain Vista Ranch: www.mountainvistaranch.org/.