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Besides the nearly always perfect, sunny days, this city is billed as America's Favorite Active Retirement Community. Emphasis on the word ACTIVE! Retirees enjoy golf on five regulation and three executive golf courses. They also participate in fitness and wellness activities at any of seven fitness centers.
Community members can join any of 120 clubs. Each club focuses on a different hobby or craft. From the Aerobics Club to the Women's Social Club, there is definitely a group to suit just about everyone. Opportunities for Continuing Adult Education are also offered as well as lessons in tennis, golf, swimming and other recreational skill sets. Clubs often participate in outings and other social events and allow the resident to pursue their interest, old or new, in the hobby of their dreams.
This city is clearly dedicated to helping retirees achieve a better quality of life through continued socialization and activity, in fact, it says as much in their mission statement. First opened in 1960, this area was featured in a Time magazine cover story due to its initial success in attracting over 100,000 visitors during the first week of operations. This small, unincorporated town is located in Arizona. The area was actually built upon the desolate ghost town called Marinette. That town was abandoned sometime during the mid-20th century, possibly because mining in the area went bust.
Big box stores, national retail chains and smaller specialty shops make up the shopping options for residents. Three of the most recognizable names are Wal-Mart, Target and Family Dollar Store and Dollar Tree. These stores are all well known for delivering low-priced goods and excellent customer service. Since retirees are typically on a rather fixed income, every effort expended to save them money is greatly appreciated and makes living a little more comfortable. It is not uncommon for residents to come together in support of one another in times of need.
If you are in the market for a move to a fun-filled, active retirement community where you can remain active, learn new things and do it all without breaking your bank, then it may be time to take a closer look at the wonderful active retirement community that is Sun City, AZ.