Introducing Sun City Vistoso - Arizona

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    admin Administrator Staff Member

    Sitting at the foot of the majestic Catalina Mountains, bathed in breathtaking pink and orange sunsets, Sun CityVistoso is the active adult community to envy. Nestled among rolling hills of Palo Verde trees and stately saguarocactus, we believe you’ll agree with our residents that living in Sun City Vistoso is a lifestyle.
    When our residents aren’t taking in the scenery, they get active with more than 130 clubs and groups of-fering arts, crafts, sports, dance, games, classes, and of course a Greg Nash designed championship 18-holegolf course.
    Sun City Vistoso also takes pride in its classic Del Webb design. The community broke ground in 1986 and today is built-out with nearly 2,500 homes designed in many sizes and styles and spread across 1,000 acres of lush Sonoran desert landscape. With 36% of the land allocated to com-mon area and lots carefully planned to maximize both privacy and uniquedesert views, there’s more to living in Sun City Vistoso.
    Meticulous maintenance of our buildings and groundsreflect the pride of ownership and strong sense of community that makeliving in Sun City Vistoso a lifestyle. Many visitors are surprised that thecommunity isn’t brand new.

    The Sun City Vistoso Homeowners Association took over from Del Webb in 1996 and today has no debt. The association has been careful to establish and adequately fund asset reserve for upkeep while keeping annual dues competitive with similar communities.

    The staff of the Sun City Vistoso Community Association andits board of directors welcome you to explore. Whether youare ready to relax, come out swinging on the golf course, or ahundred diverse activities in between, we are the active adultlifestyle for you.

    If it’s not tee time, it’s time for dozens of activitiesand events in our community. Painting, quilting, woodwork-ing, cultural clubs, dancing, exercising, games and sports arejust a sample. For a full list of ways you can get moving, learn-ing and doing, please see the Clubs page in this brochure. Op-portunities to build friendships and explore new directions are limitless.

    Whether your goal is staying in shape or try-ing out a new interest, once you find the right activity, you’llfind the right activityto get going in Sun CityVistoso. Fitness and funamenities include awell-equipped aquaticand fitness center,championship 18-holegolf course, two recre-ation centers, tennis,racquetball and pickle-ball courts, two swim-ming pools (includ-ing an Olympic-sizedpool), a dance studio,a dog park and milesof winding trails, side-walks and paths. Or tapyour creative side with craft workshops, art studios, the genealogy lab or the comput-er learning center. If you love to read, the community libraryhas more than 20,000 titles. Plus the Institute of Learning inRetirement provides a broad range of educational experiencesin a fun and encouraging format right here on-site.

    Tucked inside a master-planned community justnorth of Tucson, Arizona in Oro Valley, Sun City Vistoso is closeenough to the advantages of a large city without being tooclose. Our residents say the distance fits their lifestyle: closeenough to reach all the attractions while enjoying the quietbeauty of a suburban setting. Three mountain ranges surrounding Sun City Vistoso servea visual feast of unique desert plants and animals. The tallestrange, the Catalina Mountains are awash in vivid colors daily,courtesy of the beautiful hues in Sonoran Desert sunrises andsunsets. Hikers, bicyclists, walkers and nature enthusiasts en-joy a variety of trails, winding sidewalks and scenic golf cartpaths across the community.


    It’s true what they say that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. At Sun City Vistoso, residents take pride in the appearance of their home sand as a community, they take exceptional pride in well maintained and continually up-dated community facilities. Expansion of our restuarant andartisan center, with Wi-Fi in several buildings, and the additionof a dog park and added pickleball courts are just some of therecent improvements that help keep the community updated.

    Ideal Location
    In the majestic shadow of the Catalina Mountains, a fresh,clean breeze comes off the desert and invites you toward theunique beauty of the Greg Nash designed championship 18-Hole golf course. There’s a good reason why it’s called "The Views Golf Club at Oro Valley".

    A spectacular experience in desert golf, The Views has earneda reputation as a hidden gem in the rich Southern Arizona golfscene. Starting with the elevated tee shot from the first tee tothe challenging approach on number 18, every aspect of yourgame will be tested. Championship tees stretch to 6,715 yardswith a course rating of 71.9 and a slope of 131. The forwardtees reach 5092 yards with a course rating of 70.6 and a slopeof 114. With five sets of tees for both men and women on everyhole, there’s a place on the greens to fit every game.
    A community-owned course, The Views offers annual passes,punch cards and daily fee rates. The Views allows membersto use private electric carts on the course and offers rentalcarts. From the full service pro shop, golfers can arrange les-sons from PGA professionals or practice on a full swing drivingrange and the complete short game practice area. The Viewsoffers 18 and 9 hole leagues for men and women. Weeklyevents mix all members while couples can play monthly tour-naments, mixers and special events through the year.
    After golfing, takein the Catalina Moun-tain views again at theSun City Vistoso Café. Enjoy a variety ofrefreshments fromthe menu and fullservice bar.

    It’s More Than Living...It’s A Lifestyle!

    1565 E. Rancho Vistoso Blvd., Oro Valley, AZ 85755
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