ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE: Gilbert drivers, please be aware that this Saturday, December 10th, Val Vista Drive and Greenfield Road, between Elliot and Guadalupe Roads, will be closed to through traffic at the Power Line Trail, from 9:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., for the annual 12k's of Christmas event. Learn more here.

Crossroads Park


Park Amenities

  • 1 Lake Area (3.74 acres); Uses Reclaimed Water
  • 4 Lighted Ball Fields (2 youth/adult baseball, 1 adult baseball, 1 adult softball)
  • 2 Lighted Multi-use Fields
  • 1 Lighted Sand Volleyball Court
  • 1 lighted Half Basketball Court
  • One Amphitheater
  • 3 Lighted Full Soccer Fields with soccer goals
  • 3 Reservable Ramadas with BBQ Grills
  • 1 Restroom Facility
  • Shaded Play Structure
  • Various Benches, Bike Racks, Multi-Use Trails
  • Dog park    
  • Information Kiosk
  • Large Grassy Basin Area
  • 92 Acre park
  • HOME of AZ Ice Gilbert

Ramada’s/Picnic Tables:   Reserving a Ramada

  • Left Field Ramada: Medium Ramada with 5 tables and 1 grill. Power available.
  • Right Field Ramada: Medium Ramada with 5 tables and 1 grill. Power available.
  • Center Field Ramada: Medium Ramada with 6 tables and 1 grill. Power available

 For facility availability check:
Gilbert Recreation Facility Rental Availability


Crossroads District Park opened in 1992 and features basketball and volleyball courts; soccer, baseball and softball fields; ramadas with grills, a shaded play area (newly installed in October 2015), an amphitheater, a large lake, and a large grassy basin area that provides multiuse fields. Crossroads also has a small dog park complete with 2 fenced acres with separate use areas for active and timid dogs, partial lighting for night use (south end), owner/pet drinking fountains, tables and benches, "Mutt-Mitt" waste disposal stations and a shaded structure. Crossroads is also home to AZ Ice Gilbert, a family-oriented venue for safe and enjoyable ice activities for all ages such as indoor hockey, public ice skating, party rooms, café, arcade games and programs.