We’re talking magnificent filled skies. The kind that take your breath away. Vivid hues of blues, pinks and purples with hints of yellows and oranges. The colors look surreal. Almost as if they’d been painted around the desert mountain landscapes.
Whether you’re dining out on a restaurant patio at dusk, relaxing on a bench at your neighborhood park, or out on an evening hike, there really isn’t a bad seat in Arizona’s vast outdoors for catching a stunning sunset.
That said, we think the best vantage point for taking in these stunning beauties is in wide open, desert spaces. We think it’s pretty awesome that Eastmark offers plenty of opportunities to pause for spectacular sunset viewing.
The Eastmark Great Park is positioned perfectly for a 180-degree, panoramic view of the Superstition Mountains, the natural desert landscape and adjacent city lights.
If you haven’t already, head to the Great Park at dusk. Climb to the top of the Orange Monster. And take in the view. We promise: It’s a spectacular sight you’ll brag about to your out-of-state friends.
If climbing isn’t for you, the benches at the Eastmark Great Park face west along the lake’s edge, providing another optimal view. We think there is no better place to relax and admire the brilliant, colorful display.
Well perhaps there is one better place: your front porch. That deliberate 22-degree of our streets throughout the community make sure our views of the Superstition Mountains can’t be missed from any home. So go ahead. Grab your family and head to your porch to take it all in. And if the kids won’t sit still, you can watch them play in your neighborhood park against a backdrop of the bold desert sky.
What’s your favorite spot at Eastmark to watch a sunset?
What else do you think is awesome? Check out our previous post on holiday traditions.
Why 22 things? Learn more about the 22 Awesome Things series in our kick-off blog.