Residents will be able to enjoy the breathtaking desert environment and the outdoors, as every home is less than a quarter-mile from parks and trails.

A walkable, sociable neighborhood

Community trails are conceptually located to link residents to shopping, entertainment, schools and other uses. A full range of linear parks, neighborhood parks, pocket parks, and trails encourage active sports, walking and biking, promoting good health, facilitating connectivity, and reducing parking demand at destinations.

Connected by trails

The villages are structured around a highly integrated road and trails network linking Paradise Valley’s various components to one another. A 4.8 mile trail system located along the community perimeter, will allow both walking and exercise opportunities, as well as beautiful views of the outlying desert.

Paradise Valley trails

Paradise Valley trail network

Parks, front and center

Neighborhood parks will range from a half acre to roughly twelve acres. Parks will provide opportunities for active recreation, with some limited passive areas for picnics and barbecues. Some of the parks are planned to provide amenities such as sports fields, picnic areas, shade structures, and tot lot areas at the local neighborhood level.

Tot lot example
Large park concept

Large park concept. Click on the image to enlarge.

A note about desert access

Habitat conservation outside the development area is a project priority. A planned perimeter trail is planned within the project boundary to provide a walking path that will not intrude on the preserve. Outside the perimeter of the development, pets and off-trail hiking will be strictly prohibited and actively enforced.

No pets sign