Peoria estate size home near SUPERBOWL 15

From $250 / night

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  • 5 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
  • House

High end furniture, tastefully decorated 5 bd, 5bath home with pool, outdoor fireplace, outdoor shower!

Come enjoy the 300 plus days of sunshine AZ has to offer.

Near Spring Training Camp in Glendale, Home of the 2015 Superbowl and minutes from Fishing tournaments on Lake Pleasant!

Home has HD tv with every channel the cable company offers.

Everything you need to feel at home is in this house.

Sorry but we do not allow any type of smoking or pets.


Peoria estate size home near SUPERBOWL 15
Peoria, Arizona

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Top Places to See in Arizona
A great list of things to do when you visit Arizona, with places for Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, and many destinations in-between!
1.Visit the Grand Canyon
2.Hike in Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona
3.Eat pizza at the famous Pizzeria Bianco
4.Learn about Native American Indians at the Heard Museum
5.Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff
6.Saguaro National Park near Tucson
7.See birds, animals, and plants of the southwest at Boyce Thompson Arboretum
8.Take a 4-5 hr drive from Phoenix on the Apache Trail
9.Arizona Science Center
10.Visit The Phoenix Zoo
11.Check out the great art at the Phoenix Art Museum
12.Be a cowboy and experience the wild west at the Rawhide Wild West Town (in Chandler near Phoenix)
13.Learn about desert plants at the Desert Botanical Garden (read our guide to the Desert Botanical Garden)
14.Hike Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley
15.Visit Tombstone (wild west town) & Bisbee (turn of the century mining town) where the wild west really happened
16.Lake Powell (the second largest man made lake in America)
17.Go sailing on Lake Pleasant (closer to Phoenix)
18.Lake Havasu (see London Bridge up close)
19.See the San Xavier del Bac Mission near Tucson (a mission founded in 1692)
20.Montezuma Castle (a day trip from the valley)
21.Havasu Falls (at the bottom of the Grand Canyon but worth the hike) or other waterfalls
22.Pretend you are John Ford filiming in Monument Valley (near four corners)
23.Speaking of Four Corners, stop and stand on the intersection between Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado
24.Petrified Forest National Park
25.Picacho Peak where the only Civil War battle in Arizona was faught (on the way to Tucson you will pass it on the freeway)
26.Hike in the Chiricahua Mountains (The 10,000 foot mountains are in the southeastern corner of Arizona)
27.Kartchner Caverns State Park is 2 1/2 miles of amazing underground caves (near Benson, AZ)
28.Ski Arizona Snowbowl or Sunrise Ski Park
29.Visit Jerome (old copper town)
30.Taste espresso at great coffee shops in Arizona
31.Eat some great food around Phoenix
32.Cool down at Slide Rock in Sedona (2 hrs north of Phoenix)
33.Hike Squaw Peak (aka Piestewa Peak) in the Phoenix Mountains Preserve
34.Ski at Snowbowl (in Flagstaff) or at Sunrise Park Resort (about 4 hrs from Phoenix)
35.See one of the best preserved meteorite craters on earth (35 miles east of Flagstaff)
36.Go on a balloon ride
37.Skydive over Arizona
38.Tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s home in Scottsdale, Taliesin West
39.Take a hike in Arizona! There are tons of resources online for hikers
40.Go to the Grand Canyon Skywalk (if you dare!)
41.Visit one of hundreds of Arizona Heritage Sites
42.Visit Scottsdale. The “Best Run City In The World.”
43.See amazing artwork and get shop till you drop in Old Town Scottsdale
44.Eat ice cream at The Sugar Bowl, Scottsdale’s oldest ice cream shops (since 1958!)
45.Check out the world’s first global Musical Instrument Museum (read our guide) in Phoenix ((website: hidden))
46.Visit Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
47.Explore the past at Walnut Canyon National Monument
48.Take a relaxing trip to Greer Arizona
49.See animals from all over the world at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park
50.View the beautiful and amazing colors and shapes of Antelope Canyon
51.See the beauty of Canyon de Chelly near the four corners region
52.Do some climbing, hiking, or bouldering on Mt Lemon in Tucson
53.Stop off at the experimental town of Arcosanti
54.The Arizona Sea Life Aquarium has 26,000 square feet of indoor aquarium
55.The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is one of the best in the country
56.Take a Jeep tour!
57.Go horseback riding near Saguaro Lake (October though April)
58.Step back into the wild west at Old Tucson Studios
59.Tour Payson Rim Country
60.Taste some great ice cream in Scottsdale
61.Bullhead City has lots to see
62.Have lunch at the Wrigly Mansion (reservation required)
63.Visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson
64.The Pima Air and Space Museum is one of southern Arizona’s great gems… see old airplanes (Tucson)!
65.The Painted desert in Northern Arizona is absolutely beautiful – named for the many colors you can see
66.The Antelope Canyon is one of the most beautiful things I have seen in my life – a reader
67.River Raft the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon
68.See the Indian Ruins at Walnut Canyon near Flagstaff
69.Joshua Tree Forest is filled with Joshua Trees (that was obvious!) near Palm Springs
70.Take a Segway tour of Scottsdale!
71.Go back in time at the Arizona Renaissance Festival (February through March, each year)
72.Tour the Capitol and see the museum about the USS Arizona
73.Mystery Castle at South Mountain (may not be open for tours) which was featured in Life
74.See petroglyphs in the White Tank Mountains
75.Sleep in a Wigwam (Holbrook, AZ)
76.Arizona is serious about golf and has hundreds of beautiful golf courses
77.Tour the Phoenix Design Museum (limited hours)
78.See Horseshoe Bend near the Utah border in Page, AZ, an awesome view overlooking the Colorado River near Lake Powell
79.Check out the Titan Missile Museum, near Tucson and see a intercontinental ballistic missile
80.See bears and other wildlife at Bearizona near Williams
81.Go horseback riding in Northern Arizona! There are lots of trails and beautiful scenery to see, and lots of companies to choose from
82.Stay in a cozy cabin in Arizona (hundreds of cabins all over Arizona!)
83.Visit some rivers and wetlands areas of Arizona to see wildlife
84.Visit the Cosanti and ArcoSanti galleries of Paoli Soleri in Paradise Valley – spectacular displays of windbells and sculptures available for purchase
85.Tour ArcoSanti in the High Desert
86.See the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff
87.Down near the Mexican border you don’t want to miss Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
88.Visit Globe-Miami, AZ home to a bunch of great restaurants and antique stores on the way to the White Mountains
89.See historic rail cars and locomotives at the Arizona Railway Museum (closed in summer)
90.Listen to some live jazz right here in AZ
91.The Rock Art Center in Deer Valley offers a look at ancient rock art
92.The Arizona Taco Festival is held every October, and you can try tacos from over 50 vendors
93.During the holidays (November to January) check out ZooLights for an amazing light display
94.In October you can pick a pumpkin at numerous farms statewide
95.Catch the Parada del Sol in February in Old Town Scottsdale
96.Take a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad in Northern Arizona
97.Visit the 2013 Arizona Crawfish Festival in Northern Arizona
98.Check out the new Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale
99.Take a horseback ride through the desert on South Mountain (south of Phoenix) and get the cookout ride!
100.Catch a show at the Desert Stages Theater in Scottsdale (currently showing Peter Pan, Driving Miss Daisey, Fiddler on the Roof, and about 7 more)
101.At 8803 feet, Point Imperial is the highest point on the North Rim of the
Grand Canyon (360 view)
102.Hike or camp at Mt. Graham (3 hrs east of Tucson) which has an elevation of 10,724 ft
103.The Phoenix Symphony offers classical music for everybody, and you can see and purchase tickets online
104.If you are really into hiking, you should hike the seven summits of Phoenix


Last updated on August 20, 2014
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Rates shown in $ USD

DatesNightlyWeeklyMonthlyMinimum Stay
Jul 1 - Sep 30, 2014
Summer 2014
Weekend $350
$1,750$7,0003 Nights
Oct 1 - Dec 31, 2014
Fall 2014
Weekend $500
$2,800$10,0003 Nights
Jan 25 - Feb 14, 2015
Superbowl 2015
$1,800$12,600$30,1003 Nights
Feb 15 - Mar 31, 2015
Spring training
$450$3,150$12,0003 Nights
All other dates
Weekend $450
$2,450$9,0003 Nights
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Rental fees

  • Cleaning fee | $300 per stay
  • Damage insurance | $50
  • Tax rate | 6% of rent
  • Fees for additional guests may apply.


  • Alarm Clock
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Linens Provided
  • Housekeeping Optional
  • Local Guides/Maps
  • A/C or climate control
  • Towels Provided
  • Central heating
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Washing Machine
Phone / Internet
  • Internet Access
Pool / Spa
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
Property Features
  • Mountain Views
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Paper Towels Provided
  • Grill
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Stove or Oven
  • Freezer
  • Satellite or cable TV
  • Porch
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Patio
  • Pet friendly - no
  • Smoking allowed - no
  • Suitable for children - yes
  • Suitable for the elderly - yes
  • Wheelchair accessible - yes
Living space
  • 4000 square feet

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