A listing of hotels and motels in the greater Peoria area, including others that are nearby the Peoria Sports Complex.

Camping and RV Parks for both long and short term stays. Includes infor on camping at Lake Pleasant.

A listing of resorts in Peoria.

Find out about area airports, car rental agencies, and bus service.

American Style Restaurants

Whether you prefer Texas, Memphis, Kansas City or Peoria style, we've got Bar-B-Q!

Locally Unique to Peoria's life and lifestyles/

Peoria has plenty of places with that south-of-the-border atmosphere and tastes.

However you like your steak, Peoria's got a steakhouse that can get it just right!

For a quick snack, a super dessert, or just a cup of java, Peoria can handle your sweet tooth.

Craving fine food from the far east? In Peoria, no problem.

For the perfect pizza to go , or fine Italian dining, check out Peoria's selection.

Hanging out with friends, or drinking and dining, Peoria boasts a wide selection of nightlife.

Tastes from around the world.

Fine art galleries, historical museums, expansive libraries and out-of-this-world destinations like the Challenger Space Center take center stage. 

Day Trips Arizona: See. Do. Explore.  Natural wonders and native experiences make Arizona a one-of-a-kind travel destination. With easy access to major highways and interstates, Peoria is the perfect place from which to venture o...

An array of amenities and activities, including water and skate parks, gun shooting, bowling , movies and more ensure there’s something for everyone in Peoria.

With hundreds of beautiful courses around Arizona, Peoria is an ideal place to tee up for the perfect golf getaway.

Whether you’re seeking a path to great views, tranquility or physical fitness, Peoria has the perfect trail for you! Links to maps are included.


Lake Pleasant Regional Park is an oasis in the desert boasting more than 10,000 acres of water, two marinas, and plenty of hiking and camping options..

Whether taking in the sights and sounds of the Sonoran Desert, hiking, biking, horseback riding, or paintball shooting, there’s always something fun to do in and around Peoria.  

Keep cool and burn off some energy at one of the many public pools and city parks sprinkled around Peoria. 

Peoria, with one of the country’s best facilities for Spring Training baseball, and convenient access to most major sporting venues, is a sunny playground for sports lovers.


The City of Peoria hosts an array of family-friendly community events and activities throughout the year.

From nationally recognized retail outlets to locally owned and operated boutiques, the options are seemingly endless.

From hair, skin and nail care services to massage, acupuncture, body wraps and more, you’re sure to find your favorite indulgence.

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Day Trips

Arizona: See. Do. Explore. 

Natural wonders and native experiences make Arizona a one-of-a-kind travel destination. With easy access to major highways and interstates, Peoria is the perfect place from which to venture out and explore the undeniable charm of the desert Southwest.

Day trips around the state can unveil the rugged beauty of the Grand Canyon; the flare of the old west that still lives in towns like Cave Creek, Jerome and Tombstone; the awe-inspiring splendor of the red rocks of Sedona; the spirituality of the Navajo Nation; and much more.

Visit Peoria, and experience all that Arizona has to offer. 

Only a two and a half hour drive from Peoria, Flagstaff has many outdoor activities to offer in the cool pines of Northern Arizona.

Ghost Town of Jerome
One of the wildest mining towns in the Old West, Jerome is now a quiet attraction for tourists. Many of the structures are still as they were in Jerome's heyday.

Old Tucson and Tombstone
Old Tucson and Tombstone offers a look at the Old West as it once was in the days of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday and the Clanton brothers at the O.K. Corral.

Montezuma Castle National Monument
This five-story, 20 room cliff dwelling nestled into a limestone recess high above Beaver Creek served as a "high-rise apartment building" for prehistoric Sinagua Indians over 600 years ago.

Lake Havasu City
Home to the world-famous London Bridge, Lake Havasu is both a water lover's paradise and a desert lover's dream. About a three and half hour drive from Peoria.

Salt River Recreation 
Enjoy a day of tubing or rafting down the cool Salt River in Fountain Hills. Tubing tours are available and rafting tours are also available. About an hour's drive from Peoria.

Bisbee Arizona
During its late 19th-century mining heyday, Bisbee was the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco and was known for such bawdy locales as Brewery Gulch, then a stretch of rowdy saloons. About 4 hours from Peoria.

The White Mountains
Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Snowflake, Taylor, Springerville, Eagar, St. Johns, Heber-Overgaard and the White Mountain Apache Tribe welcome you to the recreation wonderland known as the White Mountains. About 5 hours from Peoria.

Grand Canyon
More than just the State of Arizona's trademark, the Grand Canyon offers hiking, rafting, helicopter tours and more. A worth while 4 to 5 hour drive from Peoria.

Sedona / Oak Creek Canyon
Sedona Arizona is a major tourism attraction known for its natural beauty and famous landscapes. About a two hour drive from Peoria.

Payson and Rim Country
Boasting the World's Oldest Rodeo, Payson is a about an hour and forty-five minute drive from Peoria. A quaint small town atmosphere, Payson offers a variety of outdoor adventures in the pines.

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
Casa Grande, or "Big House," one of the largest and most mysterious prehistoric structures ever built in North America. Casa Grande Ruins, the nation's first archeological preserve, protects the Casa Grande and other archeological sites within its boundaries.

Bullhead City
Located near the spot where Arizona, Nevada and California meet, Bullhead City is a rapidly growing community nestled along the beautiful blue waters of the Colorado River. About three and a half hours from Peoria.

Meteor Crater
Located 35 miles East of Flagstaff off Interstate 40 Meteor Crater is the first proven and best preserved meteor crater on earth. About a 3 hour drive from Peoria.

Laughlin Nevada
Just across the river from Bullhead City, Arizona, Laughlin offers a variety of resort/casinos as well as fun activities for tourists such as jet skiing, boat tours and more. About three and a half hours from Peoria.

The old western town has a great deal to offer including old mines, including the famous Vulture Mine, gold panning, rodeo, shopping, good food and much more. About 1 hour from Peoria.


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PeoriaReporter is a free smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices featuring a simple user interface that provides citizens with information about Peoria, city contact information for commonly referenced departments, as well as information about Peoria’s elected officials.
With temperatures beginning to cool down, Peoria’s fall sports season is around the corner. Peoria’s sports programs aim to emphasize participation among peers and introduce basic skills and fundamentals of each sport.
The city of Peoria has launched its first online Peoria product shop. Starting today, Peoria residents, business owners and tourists can purchase items like t-shirts, cellphone cases, tote bags, dog and baby gear, keychains and more displaying the new Peoria flag.
The Peoria City Council approved the adoption of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget at last night’s council meeting. The total budget of $590 million maintains core citizen services without any increases to taxes, and small but necessary adjustments to utility rates.
This serves as public notice of proposed fees and taxes that may be considered by Peoria City Council, as outlined by Arizona State Statutes.
At the recent State of the City, Mayor Cathy Carlat unveiled the city’s first official flag.


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