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Kiwanis Park

Kiwanis Park
Mill Avenue and All America Way
480-350-5200

The land for Kiwanis Park was purchased in 1972 with a 50% grant from the Bureau of Recreation. This site was selected as a result of an open space study completed by the City in 1969. The park was named after the Kiwanis Club who donated the funds for the development of this regional park.

Park size is 125 acres.

AMENITIES:

Baseball Diamond
Basketball Courts
Batting Range
Grills
Horseshoes
Lake
Lighting
Picnic Tables
Playground
Ramadas
Recreation/Community Center
Restrooms
Soccer Field
Softball Fields
Swimming
Tennis Courts
Urban Fishing
Volleyball Courts



Kiwanis Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media

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