Queen Creek is located in the East Valley. It is a town, not a city. You'll find it in the southeast corner of Maricopa County.
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What is it called?Family 4th on the Farm
Where is it?Schnepf Farms, 24810 East Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek. That's north of Riggs Road and west of Rittenhouse. Here is a map with directions to Schnepf Farms. The entrance to the event is off Rittenhouse
When is it?Wednesday, July 4, 2012 from 4 p.m. to about 9:30 p.m.
What will happen at Family 4th on the Farm?Family entertainment, water slides and bouncers, dunk tank, mechanical bull, bungee trampoline, speed pitch challenge, pony and train rides, food and craft vendors. The Kiwanis Club is providing a live band. Fireworks at about 9 p.m.
What does it cost?$15 per carload to park. There is a $5 charge for wristbands that entitle children unlimited use of both water slides and bouncers. Individual activity tickets cost $1 each and are used for the other rides such as: trackless train, mechanical bull, bungee-trampoline, speed ball pitch, pony rides, dunk tanks, etc. These rides vary from 2 tickets to 5 tickets per ride.
What else do I need to know about Queen Creek's 4th of July Celebration?This is a family-friendly event.
Do you have any pictures?Not yet.
I have more questions about the Queen Creek 4th of July Celebration.For more information visit Family 4th on the Farm online.
Looking for another 4th of July community or special event? All the celebrations, concerts and fireworks are listed in the Greater Phoenix July 4th Celebration Index.
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