The town of Glendale was first settled in 1892, attracting settlers with fertile land, canal-fed water, and no alcohol policy. Since then, Glendale has grown into one of the largest cities in the valley. The city is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, with over 40 miles of hiking trails within the city limits. Parks include Thunderbird Conservation Park, a park dedicated to the preservation of the desert environment. The city is also home to two Major League Baseball Spring Training teams, including the Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers. For those who prefer to spend their time inside, the area is well known for their shopping and entertainment options, including Westgate. Entertainment District, Tanger Outlets, and Arrowhead Towne Center, along with the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals.