With equestrian real estate in Phoenix, Arizona, horse lovers can find year round riding enjoyment with beautiful desert scenery and mountain backdrops. Although this city is a major metropolitan area and growing, there are still plenty of properties available with room for horses and equestrian facilities.
Many suburban neighborhoods feature lots designed with horses in mind. These are often surrounded by more typical urban or suburban homes, but some communities have clustered farm type properties creating a feeling of community for horse lovers. Sunburst Farms, located in Paradise Valley, have many homes with space for horses and some with corrals all ready to go. Several area parks allow horseback riding including the AZ Horse Lover's Park which is also home to many organized horsing events and equestrian related clubs and groups.
When you purchase a home in this area and have many horses to house, consider the South Mountain Park area located in Southern Phoenix. South Mountain Park is known as the world's biggest urban park and includes 17,000 acres. The park is perfect for exploring nature lovers, and nearby, there are still large tracts of real estate available, excellent for your horse ranch.
Trail riding over the park's 58 miles of trail with varying terrains and many fantastic views is sure to be a highlight of your new neighborhood. If you are looking for non-equestrian related activities, the park features biking, plenty of designated areas for get-togethers and barbeques, and an environmental education center to help your learn more about your surroundings. The ranches and riding stores offered here are White Star Stables and Loan Mountain Ranch. With these and other saddle stores close by, you won't have to travel far to grab the supplies your horse needs.
If you go a bit farther from the metro area, you will find even more variety in the types of equestrian real estate available including undeveloped land, partially developed land, and ranches ready to go. Possible locations include Desert HIlls and New River to the north, Apache Junction and East Mesa to the southeast, Goodyear and Avondale to the west. All locations include plenty of places for equestrians to play.
Property here offer beautiful Sonoran desert and is the sixth largest city in the United States. It features all of the cultural activities and services one would expect of an urban center. These include live performances at the Phoenix Symphony Hall, the Orpheum Theatre, and the Herberger Theater Center. The Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum, and the Arizona Science Center are just a few of the larger museums ready to stretch your mind.
The Phoenix Zoo is a family friendly place to spend a saturday afternoon as well as Castles N' Coasters amusement park. Check out the property in this great city and find a great new home for you and your horses.