SunRiver St George 55+ Active Adult Community
Another tremendous place to retire in St. George, SunRiver St. George is southern Utah’s premier master-planned active adult lifestyle community, the first of its kind in the area. This unique Southern Utah community shares many of the amenities provided by similar communities without the high density, crowded neighborhoods, and stressful urban settings of the other communities. Built in an unspoiled, rural location, SunRiver St. George provides a quiet, superbly planned community with occupancy limited to at least one resident 55 or older with no permanent residents under the age of 18.
SunRiver St George 55+ Active Adult Community Homes for Sale
SunRiver is Ideal for an Active Lifestyle
While golf is a big draw for SunRiver St. George residents, swimming, lawn bowling, horseshoes, biking, and walking are all activities available every day. SunRiver St. George was described by one of it’s residents as a cruise ship parked on land. There is always something to do here or someone to meet. Do as much as you like. Or absolutely nothing at all. From pickleball to pilates to painting there really is something for everyone. Our community center is a magnetic place drawing our residents together to exercise, laugh and learn. Along with our main community center, Reflections features its own community center complete with a pool, fitness room and private party facilities. The Community Center includes a library, an indoor/outdoor pool and spa, a ballroom, computer and card rooms, and a New Life Fitness Center. The outstanding Dixie weather makes this community the perfect spot to enjoy staying active year-round.
The 6,700-yard SunRiver St. George Golf Club course is surrounded by many planned home sites. The course was designed to enhance the area’s natural terrain. It captures and preserves superb vistas and provides a layout perfect for SunRiver St. George’s 55 and better residents.
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