As school winds down and summer approaches there are plenty of reasons to celebrate. Graduations, weddings, birthday parties, pot luck dinners, or impromptu neighborhood gatherings – whatever the reason may be, Verrado’s Heritage District has a park that will fit your festivity’s needs. Neighborhood parks are designed as an extension of your home; open to residents and their guests to enjoy on a first come first served basis (or shared use of space) as well as a few designated reserved parks.
Cambridge Plaza, also commonly referred to as Wedding Park, is an idyllic spot for formal events such as weddings, cocktail parties, or a quiet everyday gathering amongst tranquil palms and a bubbling water feature. This amenity also includes access to power, a shade structure/ramada, and bounce house accessibility (pending approval).
Park Meadows, if you come to play, this is the place! A large play structure, ramada, charcoal BBQ, picnic tables, and access to power make it a perfect birthday party spot.
Coming Soon – Grand Lawn and additional reservable spaces located within the Heritage Swim Park!
To reserve one of these parks for your upcoming gathering visit the Transaction Portal on verrado.net. Reservations are accepted 365 to 7 days in advance; $50 per hour for weddings and $10 per hour for non-wedding events. Plan ahead as parks can’t be reserved during overseeding in the fall; please check the availability calendar for these dates.
Although not available for reservations, these parks are a great addition to the Heritage District, so jump on your bike or take a walking tour through these uniquely designed neighborhood parks.
Morningside Place: This charming park features a small play area as well as a wooden bench, surrounding the trunk of one of Verrado’s beautiful, mature trees.
Carsten Park: Keeping Verrado’s youngest residents, this quaint and relaxing park features a play and shade structure.
Compass Point: This park features a climbing net and signage that illustrates the mileage from the park to various destinations within the state of Arizona.
Rosemont Garden: When visiting this park, you’ll find formal gardens with manicured hedges and lush landscaping.
Desert Crossing: This reflective park features no play equipment, but is intended to be a resting point along Verrado’s Linear Path.
And who can forget Verrado’s first Dog Park? This temporary play area for our furry friends features two enclosed areas for large and small dogs, complete with grass, shade, benches and fresh water.
How will you use Verrado’s parks to party this season? We’d love to see photos of your event on the Verrado Facebook page!