Gilbert Regional Park

Gilbert, Arizona

A topographic park environment encourages exploratory play.

  • The 54-acre , $33 million Phase I includes sport courts, a lake amenity, amphitheater and event lawn, splash pad, and iconic playground.

  • An adventure playground takes advantage of the topography by incorporating vertical play opportunities, while also offering full accessibility to all play features.

  • The city is exploring public private partnerships on 40-acres of the site to attract a recreation center, shops, and restaurants to the site.

This new 272-acre regional park will ultimately become a $100 million regional park.  The site capitalizes its former use for stormwater drainage to become a lake amenity. Full build-out is expected to cost $100 million and take place over 10 – 20 years.  Dig Studio led the master planning and overall landscape design, as well as Phase I construction services. The park has recently won the Arizona Parks and Recreation Outstanding Facility Award as well as the Engineering News-Record Landscape/Urban Development Best Project Award.

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