Bell Bank Park created a new sports universe when it opened in Mesa, Arizona this past January, hosting youth sports clinics, college showcases and professional athletics – including Olympic development teams. The indoor-outdoor facility features a 5,000 seat Outdoor Stadium, 2,800 seat Indoor Arena, (35) Soccer/Lacrosse/Football Fields, (57) Indoor Volleyball Courts, (8) Baseball and Softball fields, (20) Basketball Courts, (41) Pickleball Courts, (12) Beach Volleyball Courts, Obstacle Course Racing Park, (22) Futsal Courts, Gymnastics Center, Dance Studio, Cheer Center, Sports Performance Center, Family Fitness Center, Wellness Center, and Kids Play Center.
Upon arrival, guests approach Miller Lite Way which features a 400-foot Vegas-style zip line. The shaded corridor then leads guests out to the 2.7-acre TIXR Great Lawn which is open to the public year-round. The park is even home to a new e-Sports Center and arcade with 70-plus games on display. The Gaming Center at Bell Bank Park features everything from traditional skeeball, air hockey and cranes, to immersive VR experience rides, multiplayer cooperative and competitive titles, and more. Soon, the area will have a full concession area, private rooms and facility booking, as well as the long-awaited esports programming, including leagues, camps, and tournaments.
“It is hard to fathom such an all-encompassing facility, but we have it. Mesa now boasts 3 million square feet of turfed fields and more multi-sport courts than you can count,” said Visit Mesa Sports Director Lance Fite. “As a family traveling with young athletes, Mesa checks all boxes.”
Not to be missed is The G.O.A.T. restaurant and bar, creating a fresh focal point of the dining experience at the park. The restaurant provides a gastro pub experience through its elevated, made-from-scratch pub fare, with more than 40 beers and a full spirits menu. Size is everything at Bell Bank Park, and The G.O.A.T. is now one of the biggest restaurant-bars in the Phoenix area with over 100 TVs making it an excellent spot to catch a game while enjoying a cold beverage with friends and family and indulging in delicious food.
Bell Bank Park will also be creating festivals and signature experiences for residents and visitors alike. Already host to national touring acts, most recently, the park became the official event site of Arizona Craft Brewer’s Guild beer festivals bringing even more excitement for the legions of craft beer fans in the region.
For more information or to explore the park online, visit www.BellBankPark.com.
Michelle Streeter, Chief Communications Officer, Visit Mesa
Direct: 480-682-3638 Toll-free: 800-283-6372 x345 E-mail: Michelle@VisitMesa.com