Cactus Corridor real estate consists of 16 communities/subdivisions and is located between Pima and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and Thunderbird and Shea Boulevard. The area is known for low density residential lots that incorporates equestrian lifestyle/experiences with suburban subdivisions. The area is served by both Scottsdale Unified and Paradise Valley School Districts.
There are many amenities near the Cactus Corridor community that makes it a desirable location. The many dog friendly multi-use trails in the area is accessible for walkers, runners, cyclists and horses. The nearby 17 1/2 acre Cactus Park offers a lighted sand volleyball court, lighted basketball courts, a playground, and a large open turf area. The Cactus Aquatic & Fitness Center, which is adjacent to Cactus Park, is one of the premiere competitive and recreational facilities in the state. The Olympic-size, 50-meter heated pool is open year-round and offers swimming to the general public, U.S. Swim and Dive teams, high school teams, recreational swim teams, and swim lessons. The fitness center offers a variety of aerobic/fitness and leisure education classes, cardiovascular machines and weights. Also near the Cactus Corridor community is the all-inclusive Jewish Community Center. The 32-acre campus boasts a 50,000 square foot fitness facility and has an Olympic-size pool that is used for youth swim teams and individual/group swim lessons. The outdoor fields accommodate softball, soccer, football, and other outdoor recreational activities. The state-of-the art facility also contains an Early Childhood Center for infants through Pre-K, K-8 after-school program, youth/adult sports and summer camps.
It is easy to access the Loop 101 Freeway from the Cactus Corridor area and there are many restaurants/shops that are in close proximity. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Old Town Scottsdale, Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Quarters, and both public and private golf courses are all less than 20 minutes away.