CHANDLER
POPULATION SURGE SINCE 1990S+240,000
HOME TOWILLIAMS AIR FORCE BASE
AVERAGE HIGH TEMP86
The most prominent suburb of Phoenix, Chandler is perhaps best known as the home of Intel, the area’s number 1 employer. As such, it has grown up into a richly diverse and thriving region, marked by a variety of museums, galleries, restaurants and shops. A number of historic building and houses, particularly from the early twentieth century, also tend to be big attractions in Chandler. From the Price Building to the Hotel Chandler Building, tourists are offered glimpses into the city’s historic past.
One only need walk through eclectic Downtown Chandler to see the range of the city’s art and culture scene. Public works of art adorn buildings, parks and other such spaces. And as far as recreational activities, visitors can hike, bike, access the nearby Salt River and even take a hot air balloon ride over Chandler and the surrounding areas.
  • FESTIVALS

    A city definitely known for its festivals, Chandler hosts everything from the annual Ostrich Festival to a chuck wagon cook off featuring covered wagons and their chefs serving up cuisine old west style; they also hold the Great American BBQ and Beer Festival, as they are most definitely a hub of festival activity.

  • FOOD

    The region is known for their varied styles of cuisine. Many flock here to try the delectable restaurants and local flavors. From casual to four-star, they have just about everything. A must-try is a local diner which appeared on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, Aunt Lena’s Creamery.

  • GOLF

    Arizona is certainly for golfers. The state’s first grass golf course was located in Chandler—San Marcos Golf Course. Since then, a number of prestigious course have followed suit, making this area highly attractive for those looking to get out on the fairways.

  • INDIAN ART

    Honoring their Native American past, Chandler has a number of options as far as events and attractions that serve to bring tourists back in time. The downtown Indian Art Market features some wonderful local crafts and handmade pieces, while the Zelma Basha Salmeri Gallery of Western American and American Indian Art celebrates an important part of the region’s cultural heritage.

THE WEATHER
  • Winters are very mild, with temps in the 60s.

  • Spring and fall are reserved for playing outside. These seasons look a lot like summers in other parts of the US. April is typically in the mid-80s and dry.

  • Summers are insanely hot. Temps can regularly push towards 110 degrees. Most people elect to spend much of the summers with indoor activities.

  • Most people say that the "good months" are October through April. November is very nice with highs in the mid-70s and lots of sunshine. Great golf weather.

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