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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Fun times for the whole family 

The City of Peoria hosts an array of family-friendly community events and activities throughout the year. From events designed to usher in the start of Spring Training to those that bring holiday traditions to life, there’s always something fun happening in Peoria!

P83 Party
Live music, zip lines, carnival games, food and the Northwest Valley’s largest beer garden make the P83 Party the perfect way to usher in Spring Training. 

This entertainment extravaganza is hosted at the beginning of the Spring Training by the City of Peoria and local businesses along the 83rd Avenue Entertainment District adjacent to Peoria Sports Complex, this community block party promises games, giveaways and good times for partygoers of all ages.

With national headlining recording artists such as Candlebox and a bevy of local bands, the P83 Party blasts a memorable beat and ensures a thrilling start to the baseball season.

For more information and to purchase tickets to the upcoming P83 Party, please contact the Peoria Sports Complex Ticket Office at (623) 773-8720. 

Easter Egg Hunt
Held just before Easter at Peoria Sports Complex, the annual Dolly Sanchez Memorial Easter Egg Hunt is a mainstay in the City of Peoria’s springtime festivities. The next Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for April 19, 2014.

A family-friendly affair, the event features carnival games, entertainment, make-n-take crafts, inflatables, a petting zoo, pony rides, train rides, scavenger hunt activities and more. To keep things hopping along, Mr. and Mrs. Bunny are on hand to take pictures with kids and kick off the candy hunt.

Parking and admission to the Easter Egg Hunt is free with a canned food donation to St. Mary’s Westside Food Bank Alliance. Event details and information is available at peoriaaz.gov/specialevents.     

All American Festival
The City of Peoria hosts a July 4th All American Festival each year in celebration of Independence Day, complete with fireworks, F-16 flyovers, food, concerts, games and water activities for kids of all ages.

Held at Peoria Sports Complex, event highlights include a footlong hot dog eating contest, face painting, rock wall climbing and one of the Valley’s largest and most spectacular fireworks displays.

For more information or to purchase tickets to the All American Festival, call (623) 773-8700 or visit peoriasportscomplex.com.

Halloween Monster Bash
To usher in the fall festivities, the City of Peoria hosts a spook-tacular Halloween Monster Bash every October at Peoria Sports Complex. Make-n-take crafts, carnival games, slime making, a haunted house, fright zone, treat and trinket collecting, and an adorably scary Parade of Costumes keep kids excited and ensure tons of family fun! 

Parking and admission to the Easter Egg Hunt is free with a canned food donation to St. Mary’s Westside Food Bank Alliance. Event details and information is available at peoriaaz.gov/specialevents or by calling (623) 773-8700.      

Oldtown Holiday Festival
Peoria’s Oldtown Holiday Festival, held annually in either late November or early December, spreads enough holiday cheer to put even Ebenezer Scrooge in the spirit of the season. From cookie decorating and caroling, to wagon rides, shopping, and a visit from Jolly Old Saint Nick himself, this party provides the perfect start to the holidays.

With nearly 20 tons of snow delivered straight from the North Pole, a creative craft market and tasty holiday treats like kettle corn, roasted almonds and fresh tamales, Peoria’s Oldtown Holiday Festival is a celebration of time-treasured traditions and family fun.   

Learn more and get in the holiday spirit by calling (623) 773-7137 or visit peoriaaz.gov/specialevents.   

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