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Peoria, AZ

Does the idea of a Southwest city close to Phoenix appeal to you? Yahoo! Finance ranked Peoria, Arizona, as one of America’s best cities in which to live. More than 171,000 residents call Peoria home, and this vibrant city is located a mere 13 miles from Phoenix.

With over 300 days of sunshine in Peoria, there is plenty of opportunity for outdoor fun. This shining city has over 25 miles of trails to explore, and to view the incredible vistas and areas where ancient civilizations once lived is quite an experience.

The New River Trail is a well-maintained 18-mile paved trail that also runs alongside some of Peoria’s shopping, dining and entertainment spots. So grab your bike, stroller or rollerblades and spend a day with friends or family as you enjoy the beautiful sights.

Peoria’s location offers a unique desert and water experience. Lake Pleasant Regional Park in north Peoria has more than 10,000 acres of water and 13,600 acres of land, and is an ideal spot for water recreation, desert camping, hiking and wildlife watching.

For a fun night out, head to the Arizona Broadway Theatre, a professional theater that presents highly acclaimed Broadway shows. This elegant theater offers a regular choice of performances and is a popular dinner theater, with outstanding cuisine. Also located in Peoria is The Peoria Center for the Performing Arts, the stage home of Theater Works, a nationally recognized community theater.

There is a great selection of highly rated restaurants and many lively bars in Peoria. Whether you like Italian, Mexican, American or Irish cuisine, you are bound to find something that suits your palate in Peoria.

America’s favorite pastime is alive and well in Peoria, and each spring, the Peoria Sports Complex hosts spring training for the San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners.

For some retail therapy, head over to Park West Mall, a casual outdoor mall that offers a weekly farmer’s market. Lake Pleasant Pavilion is another popular shopping destination, with a great selection of stores and restaurants.

The median home value in Peoria is $268,600, with many popular neighborhoods. Peoria Town Center has older and more affordable homes, with a community park nearby. Vistancia features high-end communities and golf courses, and is located close to Lake Pleasant.

If you are looking for one of the most desirable locations in the Grand Canyon State, look no further than Peoria, Arizona.

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