Queen Creek is located in Arizona.
Queen Creek, Arizona has a population of
The median household income in Queen Creek, Arizona is
The median household income for the surrounding county is $52,224
compared to the national median of $50,935.
The median age of people living in Queen Creek is
Queen Creek Weather
The average high temperature in July is 104
degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 38.5 degrees.
The average rainfall is approximately 8.9 inches
per year, with 0 inches of snow per year.
No weather information available.
Located on U.S. Highway 60, Queen Creek is 45 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix. With a country and western flavor and affordable living, Queen Creek is a great place to get back to nature. Hike or ride a horse across trails into the mountains and the countryside. Scenic views of the San Tan and Goldmine Mountains to the south, and the Superstition Mountains to the northeast are spectacular. Residential neighborhoods are interspersed with farms and ranches, and all the residents enjoy a rural lifestyle. Centuries ago, the Hohokam found the fertile areas along creeks and washes at the foot of the San Tan Mountains ideal for farming, as did turn-of-the century settlers.
Activities and Attractions
Thousands of visitors flock to Queen Creek for its U-Pick fruit and vegetable crops and seasonal celebrations. The annual four-day Country Thunder music festival brings more than 150,000 people to Queen Creek for concerts and camping. Historical sites include the Old Main school building and the ruins of a Butterfield Stage stop.