For the most part, it’s spotless. In a lovely area, there is a large, wide grass park. The kids seemed to enjoy themselves in this location, and they played until it was dark. If you have dogs, they will undoubtedly enjoy themselves because there is plenty of space for them to run and play. There are also a lot of additional doggy pals.
This park is busier than you may imagine, and if you visit on a weekend, it will almost certainly be crowded. The playground is regularly crowded with picnicking families and children. So, if you have the opportunity, go on a weekday.
The shaded playground is adjacent to the bathrooms when you first come in from the parking lot. Outside the restrooms are communal sinks, no mirrors, and metal toilets. Then, if you stroll down a sidewalk, you’ll see that it’s downhill with green grass on both sides. Walking to the left will take you to the fishing lake, while walking to the right will take you to the exercise stations.
Beginning in 2016, the park was closed for almost a year until reopening in November 2017. Everything on the playground has been replaced. Partially shaded areas have been added to the playground to shelter the youngsters from direct sunshine. Bathrooms have been erected, making the park considerably more user-friendly. A fishing lake has also been constructed, which will be stocked with catfish, trout, sunfish, and bass!
Amenities of Greenfield Park:
- Lake for Community Fishing
Fathead minnows, bluegill, bass, and catfish are all supplied in the lake. All of the fish are between the sizes of 2-4 inches. Through yearly stockings, the AGFD aims to develop a high-quality bass-fishing lake. During the colder winter months, there will be periodic stockings of catfish and trout. Because of the extreme heat, there are no fish stockings from mid-June to mid-September. The ADA Fishing Pier is a great place to fish.
- Two shaded ramadas are available for reservation at 480-644-PLAY (7529)
- One shaded ramada is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Barbecues & Picnic Tables
- Playground in the Shade (13,000 SF)
- Equipment for Exercise
- Horseshoes are a type of horseshoe.
- ADA walkways are located throughout the park.
- Carpark (43 spots)
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Mesa, Arizona is blessed to be home to many amazing parks. Here’s a short list of our favorites:
- Pioneer Park
- Riverview Park
- Dobson Ranch Park
- Falcon Field Park
- Mariposa Park
- Desert Arroyo Park
- Countryside Park
- Signal Butte Park
All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location at 1630 South Stapley Drive, Suite 212 in Mesa, Arizona! Stop by for a visit anytime!