Pecan Lake Entertainment Center won approval of its rezoning request. This rendering shows a concept for the facility. (Courtesy Tim Campbell, Pecan Lake Entertainment)
By Mark Moran | Queen Creek Tribune
The Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission last week recommended Town Council approval of the rezone of 2 acres at the northwest corner of 206th street and Riggs Road so it can become part of the 12-acre Pecan Lake Entertainment Center.
The $16-million, locally-owned and family-focused venue, between Fat Cat’s and Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre, would adjoin the botanical garden already on the site.
Tim Campbell, president, and CEO of Pecan Lakes Entertainment, has said, “Having more entertainment options for families close to home, especially outdoor focused activities, is a priority of this community.” He and his business partners are all long time Queen Creek residents.