Chandler Heights is a 33-acre site designed as a passive-use park with neighborhood equestrian facilities. The park is also a shared-use facility with the Flood Control District of Maricopa County as an on-line retention basin. Primary features of the site include a riding arena, a round pen, large shade canopy adjacent to the arena, 3-acre open-turf area, large and small ramadas, equestrian trailer parking lot, multi-use trails with connections provided to the Sonoqui Wash trails, and an overlook seating and observation area in conjunction with the children's play facility.
The historic Desert Wells Stage Stop is also a key park feature, and the master plan incorporates an interpretive area and outdoor classroom adjacent to the historic structure. To allow further opportunities for interpretation of historic and cultural activities associated with Queen Creek, the master plan has designated an area suitable for the addition of historic structures and interpretive areas, such as garden setting and agricultural demonstration areas, if and when funding becomes available to add these elements.