Cave Creek, AZ

Cave Creek tourism landmarks worth visiting

Scott Murdoch

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CAVE CREEK, AZ – Cave Creek, the town in the Sonoran Desert, offers historical trips for you to explore. There are five landmarks in the city, and it is going to establish its new sixth on Monday, August 23. If you are curious about visiting some of those landmarks, here are lists for you.

• The Hideaway

This bar is owned by a biker named Mark Bradshaw and becomes a famous place for motorcycle clubs to gather and enjoy beers and local cuisines. But you don’t need to become one to pay a visit; you can dress as you prefer and get along with many bikers and custom motorcycle builders. There are many souvenirs, live bands, and lines of big-engined motorcycles for your timeless experience.

Location: 6746 E Cave Creek Rd.

• Harold’s Cave Creek Corral

Harold’s Cave Creek Corral is the first and oldest landmark in town and has been serving Cave Creek residents since the 1950s. Nowadays, you can also enjoy local tastes with wild-west vibes. It is the base for the Steelers, the fan base of the American football club named Pittsburgh Steelers. You can join in their enthusiasm in supporting the club and dancing along with band performances at the bar.

Location: 6895 E Cave Creek Rd.

• Big Earl’s Greasy Eats

The restaurant will be the sixth landmark of the city on August 23. You can enjoy natural hormone-free meats in various choices of hamburgers while sitting in a cabin with 1950s vibes. You can party in the restaurant's backyard and enjoy many affairs, such as family nights, games, and many more.

Location: 6135 E. Cave Creek Rd.

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