Sun City Festival Ranch
Sun City Festival Ranch is one of the newest retirement communities in Arizona and the fourth Sun City community constructed and managed by Del Webb, the masters of Arizona retirement community building. As construction only began in 2006, there are still plenty of new homes available – something that is very attractive to many people considering retiring to enjoy life in the Arizona sunshine.
Sun City Festival Ranch Homes
Currently Del Webb is offering several different home models for home-buyers to choose from with more planned for the future. Buying a Sun City Festival Ranch home now is a fantastic opportunity to get in on the “ground floor” of what is shaping up to be a stunning community.
Sun City Festival Ranch Lifestyle
Sun City Festival is designed for the active adult, Sun City Festival Ranch offers a wide range of amenities and activities that can be enjoyed right on-site. The 31,000 square foot Sage Recreation Center has already been constructed and two more recreation centers are planned. The Sage Center is home to Arizona State University Lifelong Learning Academy which offers programs geared to cover a wide range of interests.
The Copper Canyon Golf Club at Sun City Festival Ranch is an upscale daily fee, 18-hole championship golf course designed by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley. Another 18 holes will be constructed in the future and is sure to be just as exciting and challenging.
In addition there is a state of the art fitness center, a health spa and a resort style swimming pool. There are already a number of chartered clubs and organizations in existence at Sun City Festival Ranch and as this community continues to grow even more are certain to spring up.
Sun City Festival Ranch Area
Sun City Festival Ranch is located about 10 miles west of Surprise, and about 25 miles west of Phoenix- tucked right up against the beautiful White Tank Mountains. The area is a paradise for those who love to be outdoors as it offers endless recreational possibilities.
Sun City Festival Ranch is still a work in progress but it is shaping up to be one of the premier retirement communities in Arizona. In 2009 it was voted “Best Active Adult Community in the Country” by the National Association of Homebuilders.