Resort-Style Pools Create Staycation at Cadence

Are we on vacation or steps away from home? Summer is here and there’s no better place to be than Cadence’s Chute Resort Pools! Designed to be extraordinary, it’s more like visiting a resort than just dropping in at the neighborhood pool. With two chute-style slides, fountains, a lap pool, play pool, spa, firepit and outdoor dining area, it’s easy to spend a large portion of the day here, or just stop in after work for a quick cool down.

Kids and teens love challenging others to a race down the duel covered twisty slides that splash down into the main pool. Adults can join in, or watch the excitement from the cabana seating surrounding the pool – the colorful circular lounge beds make you feel as if you’re on a tropical vacation, instead of moments from your front door.

Like to swim laps? There’s a separate area just for you. With nearby restrooms and a play pool perfect for splashing, Chute is also a great option for toddlers and younger children. Adults love relaxing at the spa or firepit surrounded by mature palm trees and comfortable seating – there’s no place better to be on an Arizona summer day.

Centrally located, you’ll meet neighbors and strike up friendships while lounging, or relaxing at the poolside tables, which sport large umbrellas to provide shade. Plus, the pool is steps away from The Moto Fitness Center, if you prefer a quick workout before hitting the water – and Stir, where you can pop in for refreshments.

The best part of Chute? It’s maintenance free for members – you won’t need to worry about chlorine levels, cleaning up debris from last night’s storm or pulling weeds before you invite neighbors over. Just enjoy!

Speaking of neighbors, now that 50 percent of the Phase One homes have been purchased, the timing is perfect for get-togethers and meet-your-neighbor events at The Square. Randy and John Mark will share upcoming event details, while you focus on soaking up summer.

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