Steele Indian School Park is home to various local and native American events. The Gourds Dance, to commemorate the...
moreSteele Indian School Park is home to various local and native American events. The Gourds Dance, to commemorate the military is hosted at this very venue. The park also is the summit for the Native American Recognition Day Parade. It also plays host to the Arizona Indian Festival and April's Phoenix Pride. When not bustling with festivities, the Indian School Park has a Dog Park, Amphitheater, a World War I memorial hall and a 15-acre park, aesthetically equipped with fountains to relax and explore.less
This was a school park 1891-1990 This was for students that were Indians. There were6 elementarygrades in 1949 for children. representing 12 tribes over the years, They learned...more
Disclaimer: We had a conference here for work. The place is awesome, though! One of the staff talked to us about the history of the place and its purpose. We got to walk around at lunch, and it is...more