Arizona Attractions

Arizona attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.

Castles N' Coasters

Castles N' Coasters is a smaller scale amusement park that is open year round and located in northwest Phoenix. The park is fun for all ages with features ranging from a carousel and mini rides up to bumper boats, Naskarts and the Splashdown log ride.

Attractions include the “Desert Storm”, the only looping roller coaster in Arizona and the fast moving “Patriot” roller coaster. It also features the ” Sky Diver” where guests are dropped 120 feet from the top without notice.

Castles N' Coasters is also home to four miniature golf courses and a large, two-story air conditioned arcade. The arcade features more than 300 games from the traditional to video games. It also features one of the largest pinball machine collections in the Southwest.

For more information on this Arizona theme park, please contact:

Castles N' Coasters
9445 Metro Parkway East
Phoenix, Arizona 85051

Enchanted Island

Enchanted Island is a small amusement park nestled in the heart of Central Phoenix's famed Encanto Park. Originally developed in the late 1930's, Encanto Park is also home to softball fields, basketball courts, two golf courses, and hiking trails.

The grand lawns, hundreds of palm trees and lush foliage are a perfect setting for a family picnic. A lovely array of ponds, lagoons and canals also wind through its 222 acres making it the perfect setting for the Enchanted Island amusement park.

Enchanted Island features nine charming rides, various games and playground action stations geared towards kids ages 2 through 10.Also residing within Encanto Park is the historic Encanto Carousel which is the oldest continuously-operating carousel in Arizona.

Guests can also take a seven minute tour of the park's perimeter on the Huntington Train which is a one-third replica of the "Little Iron Horse".

For more information on this Arizona amusement park, please contact:

Enchanted Island
1202 W. Encanto Boulevard
Phoenix, Arizona 85007

Old Tucson Studios

Old Tucson Studios is southern Arizona’s premier outdoor entertainment venue and is open daily. It was and still is an active film set and theme park just west of Tucson, Arizona. It is adjacent to the Tucson Mountains and close to the western portion of Saguaro National Park.

More than 350,000 guests visit the theme park each year to walk in the footsteps of their favorite stars and spend a day in the life of an 1880's western town.

It was originally built in 1939 by Columbia Pictures on a Pima County-owned site as a replica of 1860s Tucson for the movie "Arizona", starring William Holden and Jean Arthur.

Over 300 of Hollywood's biggest westerns, feature films and television programs have been filmed right here at Old Tucson Studios. Memorable television shoots include “Little House on the Prairie” and the classic western series “Gunsmoke”.

The park includes six new attractions including three live shows, trail rides and stagecoach adventures. A western-history educational program focusing on Arizona's pioneers including Native Americans is also included.

Be prepared for the heat and direct sunlight. This park has very little shade and can be very hot during the summer.

For more information on this Arizona theme park, please contact:

Old Tucson Studios
201 South Kinney Road
Tucson, Arizona 85735

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