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Enjoy the great outdoors at Sun City Mesquite
There are few better places in the country for nature lovers than the Southwest. A beautiful landscape combined with warm weather almost all year make it easy for residents to take in all the outdoors has to offer. That is just one of the many benefits of Sun City Mesquite, which is located in the heart of the region.
Situated just 80 miles from Las Vegas, Mesquite, Nevada, has plenty for baby boomers who love the great outdoors. Specifically, it offers a number of hiking trails and golf clubs, which are nestled among the town's many picturesque canyons.
Of course Sun City Mesquite itself is not without its benefits as well. Perhaps most impressive is the community's 30,000-square-foot fitness center, which features everything you could possibly need to stay active - from indoor and outdoor pools to yoga and tai chi classes. It also has its own 18 hole championship golf course, complete with driving range, 18 hole putting course, a clubhouse and pro-shop.
Homeowners at Sun City Mesquite are also given easy access to classes and clubs to fit the tastes of everyone including poker, gourmet cooking, line-dancing, and of course hiking, just to name a few.
Mesquite is home to one of the fastest growing retired populations in the country, and with something for everyone, it's not hard to see why.
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