Peoria's neighborhood parks feature lots of playground equipment for athletic youngsters.
A "Jumping Cholla" cactus, also know as the Teddy Bear Cholla, is a hazard to be avoided by cautious hikers.
The Peoria Center for the Performing Arts is home of TheaterWorks, hosting award-winning community theater.
Main entrance to City Hall and the municipal campus.
Recreation is a big part of living in Peoria, with dozens of neighborhood parks, many with dog parks, across town.
Along with camping, boating and fishing, Peoria offers a wide variety of hiking trails.
Two libraries serve every patron’s needs, including computers, e-books, and movies.
Lake Pleasant Regional Park covers a total of over 23,000 acres including the 10,000 acre Lake Pleasant.
The Peoria Sports Complex is home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners during spring training.
Quintero Golf Course, a true duffer's escape, lies about 15 minutes west of Lake Pleasant.
Peoria has dozens of miles of trails, used by pedestrians and cyclists alike.
Lake Pleasant, the second largest in Arizona, offers boating, water sports, and camping.
Rio Vista Community Park has something for everyone, at every age.
The Rio Vista Recreation Center, along with the community park, is a popular destination for families.
Stunning Saguaro Cactus Forests dominate the North Peoria landscape.
Shopping options abound at several centers, including Park West.
Spectacular vistas abound at area golf courses.
Arizona United Soccer Club hosts its home games at the Peoria Sports Complex .
City Hall is home to the West Valley Art Museum collection.