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The great outdoors calls to all, and whether you hear the voice in elated shouts about a sunset that splashes its bright colors across the desert or the quiet whisper of a shaded green respite on a hot day, proximity to nature is one of the things we crave in our choices of where to live.

Outdoor Gathering Places

Set between the Superstition Mountains, the Goldfield Mountains, and the city of Mesa, Blossom Rock ensures that its residents have not only the great outdoors at their doorstep but also acres of parks and open space. When you don’t have to get in the car to access the closest connection to nature, it’s easier to integrate the outdoors into your every day.

Residents on Blossom Rock trail in Mesa, Arizona

Walkable Connectivity

With a conscious choice to veer away from the typical suburban hierarchy of relying only on roads to travel between neighborhoods, Blossom Rock has thoughtfully harmonized and linked districts, neighborhoods, streets, and blocks that are focused around a central roadway and linear park—Blossom Rock Trail—providing a backbone of connectivity for the entire community of drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and other human-powered locomotion. Three large community parks and dozens of neighborhood parks are intentionally arranged so that each home is less than two blocks from its nearest neighborhood park, making access to the outdoors an essential element of daily living.

Adventure Park Illustrative Rendering in Blossom Rock Community Mesa, AZ

Enjoy all three

Three large community parks will eventually be a central gathering space for families and neighbors, or finding your personal moments with nature. The first community park, Painted Sky Park, will feature a 1.5-acre lake with a great lawn that will keep the kids occupied for hours.

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Residents enjoying Blossom Rock park in Mesa, Arizona

At your own speed

Like the old cattle tracks and watering holes that once crisscrossed the Blossom Rock property, parks are respites where residents can rejuvenate in the abundant shade at their own speed, whether it’s a morning run along the Blossom Park Trail or an evening concert in the park after the work and school day is over. Parks, along with neighborhoods and homes, are oriented for dramatic views of the Superstition Mountains so that the beautiful landscape of the Arizona wild is for all to share.