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The Pavilions at Talking Stick

The Pavilions at Talking Stick Shopping Center, located on Indian Bend Road just west of the Loop 101, is a 1.1 million-square-foot power center with open-air shopping, dining and entertainment. The center is a one-stop destination, offering the new 11-screen multi-plex UltraStar Cinema and more than 60 stores and restaurants including Target, Home Depot, Hobby Lobby, PETCO, Sports Authority, Ross, TOYS R US, Michaels, Goodwill, Mountainside Fitness, T-Mobile, Starbucks, McDonald's, Denny's, Arby's, Taco Bell, 5 & Diner, Filiberto's, Chipotle, and Hooters. Stores and restaurants coming soon are Buffalo Wild Wings, Octane Raceway, and Conn's Home Plus.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick offers visitors the ability to enjoy Major League Baseball's newest Spring Training facility all year round. During the months of February and March, Salt River Fields is a true destination for a Major League Baseball fan and provides a great outlet for fans to purchase their favorite Arizona Diamondbacks, Colorado Rockies and Salt River Fields merchandise. Outside of these months Salt River Fields features a great merchandise line dedicated to the facility which is a place to enjoy some of the valleys best events and has become a true place to be seen. Call 480-270-5000 for facility details, to schedule a tour or for gift shop hours.

Talking Stick Golf Club

For the 10th consecutive year, Talking Stick Golf Club has received the honor of being included in Golf World's 100 Best Golf Shops for 2011! Talking Stick Golf Club offers an array of apparel for men from Nike and Adidas to Under Armour and Greg Norman. For ladies they offer Sport Haley, EP Pro and Ralph Lauren Golf just to name a few.

The design of the clubhouse is inspired by Native American culture [PDF] and is decorated with a number of ancient Indian relics and replicas. The flavor of the Southwest is also expressed in wall decor that exhibits the written history of the Pima Maricopa Indians.