Phoenix Real Estate News

July 31, 2017

Residents From Phoenix Homes Are Fired Up

Temperatures are rising near Phoenix homes at the Hall of Flame Fire Museum. Dedicated to both the heroes of yesterday and today this space portrays the evolution of firefighting. A chronology of fire engines starts off with horse drawn carriages. Over 100 various vehicles onsite beg comparison to today’s modern fire trucks. Helmets, masks, uniforms and other equipment are displayed next to antique tools and memorabilia. The timeline for items exhibited is from 1725 to 1969. 

Various exhibits showcase firefighting efforts locally and nationwide. The National Firefighting Hall of Heroes pays tribute to fallen firefighters both volunteer and career. Visitors are impressed by the Wildland Firefighting section of the Hall of Flame Fire Museum. Here a replicated lookout cabin stands tall and proud. History of wildland firefighting describes the partnership between hotshots, smokejumpers, engine crews, air tankers, lookouts, and more who work as a team. Together these brave men and women keep Phoenix homes safe. Dramatic images of wildfires play continuously in the exhibit showcasing the neverending peril provided by the flames.

Youth Living In Phoenix Find Inspiration

Doors are open Mondays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. General admission is $7 with discounts for children, seniors, students and groups. The museum is a must see for youngsters living in Phoenix  aspiring to become firefighters and their families.


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July 31, 2017

Chill Out On Phoenix Property

As temperatures rise on Phoenix property, residents cool off on the ice. AZ Ice Arcadia provides both recreational skate and classes for area skaters. Located at 3853 E. Thomas Road the rink is conveniently close to families living in Phoenix.

Public skate takes place all week long at various times. All skill levels are welcome to partake. Rental skates are available for a small fee, and parents with children under six can request the use of a tot walker for added stability. Freestyle skate gives figure skaters exclusive time on the ice to practice their moves. Watch in amazement as these graceful athletes twirl, jump, and spin. Beginner to advanced skaters can sign up for expert instruction. Seasonal camps keep kids busy and refreshed.

Hockey Players Living In Phoenix Rule The House

Hockey players muscle it out on this Phoenix property too. Lessons teach those new to the game and are geared toward little ones three years old and up. Popular travel hockey team, the Bobcats make AZ Ice Arcadia their home facility. Regularly the Bobcats offer workshops and skills clinics to those wishing to improve their play. Adult leagues get in on the action also.

View the fun on the ice from the Ice Hockey Tavern. Here friends can kick back and indulge a cold draft beer or chilled glass of wine. After working up an appetite, burgers, wings and loaded fries are more than satisfying.


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July 31, 2017

Phoenix Real Estate Residents Take To The Trails

Phoenix real estate is breathtakingly beautiful in its ruggedness. Mother Nature showcases her brilliance on over 15,000 acres at South Mountain Park. Locals and visitors alike can explore this extensive terrain. Three mountain ranges, the Gila, Ma Ha Tauk, and Guadalupe provide scenic backgrounds for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. An extensive group of trails provide satisfying excursions for all levels of athletes.

Equestrians living in Phoenix saddle up and head out on the trails. The Desert Classic Trail is easily accessible from both Pima Canyon and Beverly Canyon Trailhead. Another favorite to explore by horse is the Pima Wash Trail. 

Families Living In Phoenix Learn All About The Landscape

The South Mountain Environmental Education Center contains a wealth of information waiting to be shared. This enlightening facility contains a variety of interactive exhibits and displays. Experts are on site ready to share their insight including giving tips for which trails to traverse. Groups learn all about resident wildlife, plants and park history. A gift shop is stocked with sunscreen, water, and snacks to keep groups sun safe, well fed. and hydrated.

While anytime is a good time to visit the park, many prefer the fourth Sunday of the month. On these Silent Sundays, motor vehicles are restricted from utilizing certain roadways adding a sense of serenity and stillness to the grounds. Parking is available at the Activity Complex at the main entrance during this time.


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