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    Talking Stick a Cultural & Entertainment Destination

    Welcome to Talking Stick a Cultural & Entertainment Destination, Scottsdale’s premier destination for dining, shopping and nightlife. With a luxurious 4-diamond resort and spa, a thrilling casino, 36-holes of championship golf, a state-of-the-art Major League Baseball spring training facility and 1.1 million square feet of retail bliss, Talking Stick a Cultural & Entertainment Destination offers something for everyone.

    The district is home to Talking Stick Resort™, Talking Stick Golf Club, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick and The Pavilions at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, four exceptional enterprises of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, and is conveniently located at Indian Bend and the 101 Freeway, just 15 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and 10 minutes from Scottsdale Airpark.

     
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    Talking Stick Golf Club

    Scottsdale golf doesn’t get any better than the Talking Stick Golf Club, which consists of two exceptional courses designed by the legendary architect team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The North Course is a links-style course that plays at 7,133 yards from the long tees (par 70). The tree-lined South Course offers a more traditional style of play at 6,833 yards (par 71). Both courses are managed by Troon Golf and are consistently ranked among the top golf courses in the State.

    Talking Stick Golf Club also features a 26,000 square foot clubhouse, practice facilities, private and group instruction and fantastic dining at The Wildhorse Grille.

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    Topgolf at Riverwalk

    TopGolf at Riverwalk is a 13-acre property with a Scottsdale address that is part of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC). TopGolf will officially break ground on the facility, located at 9500 E. Indian Bend Road across the street from Talking Stick Resort, in July 2014. The site is expected to open to the public in spring 2014.

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    Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

    Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

    Sports have long been a part of the Native American culture in Arizona, dating back to the original Hohokam Peoples who used ball courts as gathering places for games and ceremonies as far back as 750AD. Continuing in this tradition is Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the state-of-the-art spring training facility and stadium for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies.

    This multipurpose facility offers an 11,000-seat capacity stadium, 12 practice fields, clubhouses and training facilities. Visiting fans will see amazing views of their favorite players -- and of the stunning mountains that surround Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

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    The Pavilions at Talking Stick

    The Pavilions at Talking Stick

    Flanking Salt River Fields just across the 101 Freeway from Talking Stick Resort is the open-air retail power center known as the Pavilions at Talking Stick. The Scottsdale shopping center is home to numerous big-box retail favorites including the Men’s Wearhouse, ROSS, Famous Footwear, the Sports Authority, Target, Michaels, the Home Depot, ULTA, Toys R Us, and many others. From Starbucks to Chipotle, dining options abound.

    The Pavilions’ newest addition is Ultra-Star Cinema’s UltraLuxe Theater, an incredible 11-screen multiplex. More store and restaurant options including Buffalo Wild Wings, Hobby Lobby and Mountainside Fitness are coming soon.

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    Butterfly Wonderland

    Butterfly Wonderland at Talking Stick

    One of the newest attractions in the Valley, Butterfly Wonderland is a butterfly conservatory and indoor rainforest located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Butterfly Wonderland is located directly off the 101 at Via de Ventura and boasts of the largest butterfly atriums in the country.

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