Eastmark is comprised of a large network of spaces and places that connect many parts of the community. This includes The Great Park as well as adjacent amenities.
The Eastmark Great Park
Outside – that’s where life intersects at Eastmark.
Our great outdoor connector, The Eastmark Great Park, is a public park developed by Eastmark and owned and operated by the City of Mesa. This green open space runs through the community bringing education, civic and commercial life together. The park is sprinkled with amenities to delight all your senses – a splash pad, play structure, lake with riparian stream, event pavilion, open fields, paths, trails and more.
Spray, Run, & Giggle at Eastmark Splash Pad
You have to work hard not to enjoy Eastmark’s public splash pad. Kids have a blast cooling off, and parents have fun catching up with neighbors and friends. The view from Palm Plaza isn’t bad either. That may be why Arizona Foothills Magazine named it one of The Valley’s Best Splash Pads.
The Eastmark Splash Pad is currently open 7 days a week from 8am-10pm.
Sing, Dance, & Perform at Eastmark Event Pavilion
Eastmark’s Event Pavilion serves as center stage for community concerts and performances, including our First Friday Concert Series. Thoughtfully designed to accommodate diverse arts and cultural programs as well as intimate and large performances of up to 8,000 people, there isn’t a bad seat in the park. The views and the acoustics flow beautifully across the grass fields with plenty of space to get up and dance.
Climb, Crawl & Imagine at The Orange Monster
That’s the purpose of Eastmark’s “Orange Monster.” Designed by kids for kids, this unique climbing park is the ultimate urban playground. The Orange Monster is constructed of two tandem pipe sculptures connected with exercise and play netting that twists and turns up to nine feet and down to the ground for almost half an acre. For those not ready to tame the Monster, there is a playground with swing, slides and fitness challenges.
Our Eastmark Great Park is Expanding
The next phase of The Eastmark Great Park will have plenty of opportunities for leisure, fun, and adventure. You’ll find action-packed recreation areas like open turf fields, pathways, and new kids’ playing area. If you are looking to wind down you’ll find a fishing lake or enjoy a birthday party at one of the Ramadas or a nice picnic on the landform hill.
18-Hole Disc Golf
Eastmark’s 18-hole disc golf course, the discO, is now open and ready to play. This all-levels course
boasts beautiful terrain, lighted walking paths, and 10 exercise stations. Players tee off from concrete/decomposed granite pads, and target holes winding through tree-lined fairways. The discO is located off Everton Terrace, just south of Elliot Road. Parking is located on the east and west sides of Everton Terrance, with holes 1 through 9 on the west side and holes 10 through 18 on the east side. The course is open to the public and free to play from sunrise to 10 p.m. A limited number of disc sets will be available for check-out from The ‘Mark’. For more information, call 480-625-4900.
For more information about The Eastmark Great Park, contact: City of Mesa Parks and Recreation
Additional Park Network Amenities
Adjacent to or near The Eastmark Great Park, you’ll find other amenities that continue to make Eastmark truly special, including The Handlebar Diner and Steadfast Farms.
New exciting Park Network spaces, will make their debut soon:
An Epic Skate Park
The 3.4-acre skate park will have plenty of space to perfect your moves on the skate steps, kick-flips on the ramps, rails, and pump track. Bring your audience! They will be comfortably watching from the shaded seating and open field turf. All conveniently built in the skate basin.