SCOTTSDALE SPRING TRAINING
JOYRIDESAZ #1 GOLF CART EXPERIENCE
JoyRides is now offering pre-booked transportation to and from
Talking Stick Entertainment District & Salt River Fields
JoyRidesAZ is here to assist you and your group to an exceptional time in Old Town Scottsdale. If you want transportation to and from Resorts, Hotels, residents we recommend booking sooner than later. This year we will offer transportation to Talking Stick Casino, Top Golf, Salt River Fields, Medieval Times and Great Wolf. JoyRidesAZ has an array of tours and experiences from a half hour to three hours, we also have personal drivers. Not Sure what you want to do or want to customize an experience contact us with the details, date, time frame, how many and is it a special event?
JoyRidesAZ is a proud approved member of Experience Scottsdale Visitor Bureau, City of Scottsdale and partners with several local businesses and organizations. Just to name a few: Charros ~ Western Spirit Museum ~ Fashion Square ~ Scottsdale Performing Arts ~ Rodeo Museum ~ Hotel Valley Ho ~ Saguaro ~ Adeline ~ Top Mark's Cafe ~ Several Local Wine Tasting rooms ~ Porters ~ Wild Bunch Desert Guides ~ Girl around town ~ Barista Brothers ~ Cool Gelato ~ Coach House ~ Rolling Rack ~ Mexican Import and many more.
Curious about the golf carts? Visit our FQA frequently asked questions, if you don't find the answer there contact us with you questions and we will get back to you within the same day.
CACTUS LEAGUE ANNOUNCES EARLY START DATE
In one of the earliest starts in the Cactus League’s history, the 2020 spring training season opens Saturday, Feb. 22. The San Francisco Giants will take on the Los Angeles Dodgers at Scottsdale Stadium on opening day, while the Arizona Diamondbacks play the Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. The season will run through Sunday, March 22, with a total of 228 games at 10 ballparks across the Valley. View the full schedule here. Fifteen teams comprise the Cactus League, which takes place at 10 ballparks in Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise and Tempe. The Cactus League has drawn more than 1.7 million spectators each of the last five years. The 2018 Cactus League season generated $644.2 million in economic impact, according to the most recent Arizona State University study. The study estimated that six out of 10 Cactus League fans come from out of state, providing a boost to Arizona’s tourism sector. (ScottsdaleIndependent.com, Aug. 19)