Official Website of the Anthem Community

 

Anthem Community Park

ACC Community Park Hours:

M-S – 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

 

ACC's 63-acre park includes the following amenities:

  • Four-acre catch-and-release fishing pond
  • Softball, baseball, and soccer fields
  • Sand volleyball courts
  • In-line hockey rink, half-pipe skateboard park
  • Adventure Playground with 3-level castle
  • Daisy Mountain Railroad
  • Outdoor amphitheater for concerts and events
  • Picnic ramadas with BBQs
  • Ten miles of hiking and biking trails linking the centralized amenities with the various neighborhoods

Location

41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway
Anthem, AZ 85086

ACC Community Park Hours

Monday-Sunday: 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

Catch-and-Release Fishing Pond

Anthem’s four-acre catch-and-release fishing lake is stocked with Red Ear Sunfish, Black Crappies, Blue Gills, Channel Catfish, and Large Mouth Bass. Residents may fish in the lake with barbless hooks only.

Daisy Mountain Railroad

The Daisy Mountain Railroad is a 24-inch gauge railroad located in the ACC Community Park. Featured during the ride is a trestle across a small lake, a tunnel through a faux rock outcropping, lush green landscaping, several sparkling water falls, and an eye-catching playground for young children.

The motive power on the line is provided by a steam-outline engine built by Jerry Shipman of J&E Enterprises in Chandler, Arizona. The engineer sits in the locomotive cab as the motor, which is actually in the tender, pushes the locomotive along the track. Three comfortable and well-built coaches and a caboose fill out the rolling stock roster. The leisurely ride lasts about ten minutes.

For days and hours of operation, pricing or more information: www.daisymountainrailroad.com, 623-551-5880.

ACC Skate Park

The Anthem Skate Park offers 14,000 square-feet of concrete skating area, with a 1,500-square-foot bowl, six feet deep. It has several grinding rails, jumps, and a couple of high banks. The skate park is open from 7 a.m.-9:30 p.m. in the summer, and 8 a.m.-9:30 p.m. in the winter. Pads and helmets are not required, but strongly recommended.

For more information: 623-879-3028.