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$1,195 per night 3 night min stay
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Ahwatukee Foothills Village Travel Tips
A Sun-lover's Retreat at Ahwatukee Foothills Village Condos
Escape to the sunny beauty of suburban Phoenix by staying at your own private desert resort in one of the AhwatukeeFoothills Village condos or vacation homes. Located near South Mountain State Park, Ahwatukee Foothills Village vacation homes offer luxurious comfort and quick access to golf, shopping, and a wide variety of outdoor activities. Many of the available homes feature swimming pools, Jacuzzis, and grassy spaces for play. An evening barbecue on the patio is the perfect way to end the day. Ahwatukee Foothills Village vacation homes come in many sizes, sleeping from 4 to 14 guests.
South Mountain State Park
South Mountain State Park is a desert mountain preserve covering almost 17,000 acres of beautiful Sonoran Desert landscape. [[http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/usa/arizona/phoenix-area Phoenix vacation rentals]] are nestled wonderfully close to this park—the largest city-owned park in the nation. South Mountain State Park features trails at every skill level for hikers, bicyclists, or horseback riders. Small or large ramada-protected picnic areas that include tables, barbeques, and rest room facilities allow explorers to rest and refresh themselves in comfort. Ahwatukee Foothills Village condos offer beautiful views of this wonderful desert preserve.
Hiking in South Mountain State Park
Experience the Sonoran Desert up close and personal by choosing one of over 50 miles of trails that range through the park. This mountain desert preserve is undeveloped and retains its rugged and natural environment. Wildlife abounds, and hikers should be aware of the sometimes dangerous inhabitants of the desert floor. Rattlesnakes are common to the area, and visitors should wear appropriate boots and be observant as they hike. If those exploring the park encounter a rattler, locals advise visitors to give the snake a wide berth and allow him plenty of time to make his escape. Hikers will enjoy viewing the many varieties of cacti that live on the desert floor.