Mansel Carter Oasis Park

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Mansel Carter Oasis Park 
19535 E. Appleby Road
Queen Creek, AZ  85142

Hours: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. 

Mansel Park

Queen Creek's newest park features the following amenities:

  • Two lighted multi-purpose fields
  • Four lighted baseball fields
  • A playground centrally located in the ball field complex
  • One inclusive playground 
  • Two sand volleyball courts
  • Two lighted basketball courts
  • 5-acre fishing lake 
  • Peninsula with rock waterfall
  • Eight picnic ramadas (two large-group ramadas)
  • Wheel-friendly skate plaza
  • Sand discovery dig zone
  • Shipwreck-themed splash pad
  • Three fitness pods
  • Equestrian hitch post
  • Wash trail access
  • Three restroom facilities (two family restrooms)
  • ADA access
  • Ample parking
  • Total acreage: 48 acres
  • To reserve a picnic ramada or field, contact the Parks and Recreation office at 480-358-3700

The lake at Mansel Park is part of Arizona Game & Fish Department's community fishing program and requires a license for anyone 10 years old and over.

Hours of Operation

Mansel Park: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m

Lake at Mansel Park: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Splash Pad at Mansel Park: 7 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Wheel Friendly Plaza: 7 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Mansel Carter Oasis Park Grand Opening

Mansel Carter Oasis Park opened with a morning of fun on Saturday, Sept. 1. After the official ribbon cutting, the community was able to experience all of what Queen Creek's new 48-acre park had to offer including a first-of-its-kind inclusive play area, pirate-themed splash pad, ballfields, exercise course, wheel-friendly skate plaza and the Town’s first recreational fishing lake!

 Mansel ParkRibbon Cutting - Photo Credit Arianna Grainey, Queen Creek Independent 

Thank you to all of the following organizations for their support at the Mansel Carter Oasis Park Grand Opening:

 Banner Ironwood Medical Center logo PMS 281
Opportunities to play provide a variety benefits for children, which is why Banner Ironwood Medical Center and the hospital’s Medical Executive Committee partnered with the Town of Queen Creek to increase access to play at Mansel Carter Oasis Park. The $130,000 donation provided poured rubber surfacing over the entire playground area and around the sand play area. 

When visiting Queen Creek's parks, please adhere to all Park Rules and Regulations and Lake Rules and Regulations.