Continuing our journey and my story about Gold Canyon, just nine miles east of Mesa, Arizona, in the beautiful Superstition Mountain foothills lies Gold Canyon Golf Resort boasting two 18-hole championship golf courses: Dinosaur Mountain and The Sidewinder. It also has many pampering services including massages. ;-)
With views the envy of our state, this is a popular landing spot for many from the colder climates in our United States of America.
Lots of golfing, hiking and relaxation is always on the menu in this fabulous area. Close by is the Arizona Renaissance Festival, a medieval amusement park and Renaissance Fair in Arizona just east of Gold Canyon East. Popular with residents from the Phoenix Valley, the Festival usually runs from late winter to mid-spring every year.
In addition, the Safeway International LPGA golf tournament is held at Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club in Gold Canyon.
As we traveled from the Superstition Foothills, we entered the eastern portion of Gold Canyon which also touts views galore as evidenced by the photographs taken on this virtual tour of the area. Just double click here. No less beautiful than the west side, many custom homes spot the landscape in the mountains and hills, with panoramic views. This is definitely a breathtaking area with great history and just far enough away from the city lights to feel a lot like country.
Enjoy my virtual tour, and be sure to click two times if needed:
More photos to come including Queen Creek, more of Gold Canyon, Mesa, so be sure to stay tuned.
Active listings as of January 28, 2008, 55,491. Great time to buy, so give me a call at: 480.216-3334 or email me at: Teri@TeriEllis.com when you're ready.
Mesa, Arizona Real Estate. Call me at: 480.216-3334 for information on purchasing or selling a home in Mesa, Arizona or surrounding towns. OR email me: Teri@TeriEllis.com. Feel free to visit one of my websites: HomesAzRE.com, MoveToMesaAz.com or MoveToSunnyAz.com. Or stop by my blogs at: MesaAzRealEstateVoice; or Phoenix Valley Real Estate Blog