A Phoenix water ski home or lot is a unique type of Arizona real estate. Man made with one of Arizona’s most precious resources there are only 6 water ski communities in the valley. Ready for some Phoenix water ski real estate trivia? How many waterski homes / lots are there in Phoenix? See the answer at the end of this post. Right now we’re going to look at a recap of the activity and sales of homes and lots during 2009 and year to date in 2010.
Phoenix Water ski lake communities overview
Instead of focusing exclusively on one water ski lake community, let’s take a quick look at an overview of lakes that allow water skiing and wake boarding in the Phoenix valley. These are different from the majority of lake communities because the water has to be “full body contact” quality. The HOA may also require the owner to become a member of the AWSA and the community ski club. It may be the equivalent of taking a sleep aid pill, but read the CC&R’s so you’re not surprised when you learn you are required to carry $1,000,000 of comprehensive personal liability insurance related to the lake and the activities thereon.
If you’re driving south on McQueen Rd between Guadalupe and Elliot, you could easily miss one of Gilbert’s most amenity rich parks, McQueen Park. With only 500 ft of street frontage on the east side of the street, you will not see the 27,000 sq.ft actiivty center with a 2 acre lake or the sand volleyball courts or tennis courts or soccer fields and ramadas and barqueques. The total complex, park and activity center, covers approximately 40 acres.