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Breaking Free at Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ: Part One

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Breaking Free at Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ: Part One

The town of Gilbert, Arizona has much to offer families and vacationers in the way of fun and recreation, especially with the incredible weather we have been having this winter. But of all the places to go and see in Gilbert, none provides quite the variety of interesting experience that can be found in the town's preeminent family destination, Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ

This 65-plus acre oasis is a favorite destination for pleasure seekers of all ages, as just about anything that anyone might want to do in the great outdoors could be done, has been done, or is being done within the borders of this wonderful recreational retreat.


The Freestone Railroad


Freestone Park's centerpieceBreaking Free at Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ: Part One is its replica 1880s style mini-train, which stands ready from September through May to carry children and other young-at-heart railroad enthusiasts on a three-quarters of a mile ride that circles Freestone Park at a fun, leisurely pace. While the Freestone Railroad is enough in itself to bring people back to the park again and again, the great news for young fun lovers is that the mini-train is only one part of a bigger carnival-style entertainment complex. In addition to the chance to relive the days of the transcontinental railroad, Freestone Park also has its own little amusement park that includes a dry land Wave Runner perfect for catching a few “desert waves”; an old-fashioned carousel with beautifully crafted wooden horses that will bring back memories of childhood for parents and grandparents alike; and a mini-ferris wheel that brings another traditional pleasure into the modern era.



Breaking Free at Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ: Part One


This mini-amusement park can be rented in two-hour blocks for birthday celebrations or other parties Friday through Sunday, and birthday children will be able to ride the train as many times as they want for free. Parties can be arranged in a basic package, or in a more elaborate package that includes extra amenities like ice cream and balloons.



Sports and Recreation

Freestone Park has an amazing variety of sports and recreational offerings within its expansive borders. Soccer pitches, basketball courts, softball fields, sand volleyball pits, tennis courts, a driving range – each and every one can be found at Freestone, and all are popular venues for youth and adults who either belong to organized leagues, or who just like to get together with friends and family to have fun and get some exercise.  For more great information on Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ check out the part two link below.  It will be active as soon as part two is posted, so come back if it doesn't work yet.

Catch the rest of this Freestone Park blog in Breaking Free at Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ: Part Two

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Comments (4)

Team Honeycutt
Allen Tate - Concord, NC

Freestone Park sounds like the ultimate destination for people who love outdoor activities.  The photos add to the appeal for people to come.  Great looking in every way.

Betty

Feb 04, 2012 05:13 AM
Tammie White, Broker
Franklin Homes Realty LLC - Franklin, TN
Franklin TN Homes for Sale

I like this idea of a mini-amusement park. This must be a great draw to Gilbert for families. I was in Gilbert back in 2006. I visited a church there but can't remember the name but I do remember it was an awesome church.

Feb 04, 2012 05:20 AM
Sharon Lord
Maracay Homes - Peoria, AZ
New Home Advisor

Shane - I didn't even know about Freestone Park - THANKS for posting about it!

Feb 04, 2012 05:37 AM
Shane Cook
My Home Group - Gilbert, AZ
Residential and Commercial Realtor

Thanks Betty, we use the park for running, birthday parties, and just to go have fun, its great.

Tammie, the kids sure love it!  Love to have you back.

No Problem, Sharon.

Feb 04, 2012 05:53 AM