San Tan Mountain Biking - Queen Creek Arizona 2018
Riding the trails at San Tan Mountain regional Park.
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Goldmine Trail San Tan Mountain Regional Park
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San Tan Mountain Regional Park
San Tan Mountain Regional Park. Ranger Adam Martell explains where the park is located and what it has to offer. A production of the East Valley Tribune in partnership with the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department.
Goldmine Trail San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Heading out to hike Goldmine and Dynamite trail in the San Tan Mountain Regional Park near Gilbert Arizona. The trip starts at the Goldmine Trailhead and splits off into the 4 mile loop of Dynamite trail loop. I am looking for some elevation and to start exploring this incredible day hike. Check out the Go Pro editing and check back weekly as I continue to explore our home state and beyond.
Queen Creek Arizona History - Part 2
Join me as I discover important Landmarks in the Town of Queen Creek Arizona. San Tan Historical Society Museum, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Schnepf Farms, First Baptist Church Of Queen Creek, Site of the Railroad Water Tank, Gold Mine, Mansel Carter and Marion Kennedy resting place, San Tan Mountain Regional Park and Arizona Boys Ranch.
Gold Mine - a short hike from south Ellsworth Road will take you to the entrance of what used to be a 200 foot tunnel, now sealed for safety.
Mansel Carter - came to the Queen Creek area in 1948 with his prospecting buddy, Marion Kennedy. They set up camp about 5 miles south of town in what is currently san tan mountain regional park. They never struck it rich, but they lived the life they wanted.
Arizona Boys Ranch grow out of the conviction that homeless boys should have an opportunity of home, school, and community regardless of race, color, or creed.
Schnepf Farms - Located five miles southeast of town, the area was purchased by Jack and Maude Schnepf in 1941. Their oldest son Raymond and his wife Thora were newly married, and they moved to what was called the home place while the rest of the family continued to live in Mesa.
First Baptist church of Queen Creek - The church located on Ocotillo Road east of Ellsworth Road, built in 1946 through a community effort.
Railroad Water Tank - There were three sidings (short railroad tracks connected with the main tracks) in Queen Creek area. The water tower, with a well and pump underneath, was located on one siding near Schnepf Farms.
Our Lady of Guadalupe - The first Catholic Church building in Queen Creek is located on the north side of Ocotillo, 3/8 mile west of Ellsworth Road. It's the two narrow stained glass windows that may have first attracted your attention as you passed by the weathered building across from Our Lady of Guadalupe in recent years.
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Usery Mountain Regional Park
Usery Mountain Regional Park. Ranger Brennan Basler explains where the park is located and what it has to offer. A production of the East Valley Tribune in partnership with the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department.
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San Tan Valley Arizona Tour - San Tan Heights ????
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Arizona Hiking - Goldmine Trail, San Tan Trail and Dynamite Trail,
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San Tan Trail MTB Review // Phoenix, AZ
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Every now and then, someone will come to Arizona and ask me, what trails they should I hike? or where's the best place to go and what should I do? I always get really excited and spend like a half hour typing a detailed explanation of my favorite trails to hike and things to do. That sparked an idea to start Trail Rater, an account in which I will review and rate my favorite trails so that way when someone asks me, I can just direct them to my videos. This is the first video of my new channel and I'm excited to see where this may go!
Hiking in the San Tan Mountains - Goldmine Trail
A nice relaxing hike with nice views of the San Tan Mountains, southeast of Phoenix, AZ. I hiked with my sister, brother-in-law, and two of my nephews. This was a nice warm hike after doing Humphrey's peak that morning.
Sossaman Estates, Queen Creek Arizona
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The neighborhood of Sossaman Estates is located in Maricopa county on the SE Corner of Queen Creek road and Power Road. Sossaman estates features homes from established builders such as US Homes, Greystone Homes, & Richmond American homes. Building took place predominalty between 2002 and 2006 but new homes are still being offered today by Richmond American Homes. Homes in Sossaman estates range between 1645sqft to 5176sqft with 3-7 bedroom floorplans. The common 7 bedroom floorplans are the Mediterranean homes with the large circular central tower in front as seen in this video. Also, you will find homes with 4 car garages and Basement homes that include additional 2 finished bedrooms and giant game room. The neighborhood also features 3 covered playgrounds and covered ramadas. Sossaman Middle school was opened in the Fall of 2013 and services the neighborhood middleschoolers as well as the adjacent communities of Cortina, Power Ranch, Coronado Ranch, San Tan Ranch, Trilogy, and Stratland Estates. Sossaman Middle school is also orchestrating an Ipad 1:1 Program that encourages students to explore technology. Some of the area amenities include Santan village shopping center, queen creek market place, Albertsons and Safeway, Mercy gilbert medical center, and great gold to include Las Colinas Golf, Western Skies, Toka sticks, Trilogy golf, San Tan Mountain Regional Park.If you would like more information about this community or have any questions please contact me today. If you are looking to sell your home, HD Video Marketing can make the difference in getting you the most money for your home. Contact me today for a no pressure consultation.
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Sinister Night Ride and Run in San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Sinister Night Ride and Run takes place in the San Tan Mountain Park under a full moon. Mountain bike races on the first evening and then trail running races the following night allow you to compete in both out of the burning hot Arizona sun.
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San Tan Mountains Mi Drone Queen Creek, Arizona 02/20/2018
San Tan Mountains - Mi Drone - Queen Creek Arizona 02/20/2018
Hammering The San Tan Long Loop Trails; RVickbmx
More mountain Biking = More Fun! This Week's Video Is Just A Chill Ride at San Tan. Just Wanted To see How It Goes Doing My Entire Ride ( But In X200 Speed)
MD Ranch in Arizona: Horseback riding
Horseback riding with MD Ranch through San Tan Mountain Park in Queen Creek, AZ. For obvious reasons winter is the time of year to enjoy the Sonoran Desert. The ride with MD Ranch was tons of fun and relaxed. Matt, our guide, was funny and enjoyable, knowledgeable about the area, and a great guide. Although in early February, notice how it is so bright the sun is almost blinding. This is what mid-winter is like in the desert. If you’ve never ridden a horse before, this is the organization you need to sign up with.
San Tan Mountains Hedgehog Trail - Mountain Biking
A rainy day in the park, headed down Hedgehog towards the trail head.
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I Love Climbing Mountains
After work I took a trip over to San Tan Mountain Regional Park and hiked to the top because I love climbing mountains. Goldmine trail was quite awesome. I pushed hard, didn't give up and made it.
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