North of Phoenix
, the city of El Mirage prides itself on being the gateway to Arizona's Northwest Valley, a community that provides its residents any service or opportunity they desire without having to leave city limits. In that vein, apartment residents will find that they have a number of different recreational and educational opportunities right in town.
The city's community and recreation services offer a number of children, youth and adult classes aimed at enriching the lives of El Mirage apartment renters. Children as young as four years old can enroll in class at the El Mirage Martial Arts Academy, which offers high-energy, fundamentally sound courses that extol the virtues of self-control, discipline, teamwork and respect. The Ladies Fitness Boot Camp is also popular among female apartment renters for its challenging workouts, which helps build endurance and confidence, say city officials.
Apartment renters and their children can also get a workout by participating in the city's competitive sports leagues. Children can participate in the city's various youth leagues, which offer soccer, baseball and tackle football. Adults can also get in on the fun with two co-ed athletic leagues, offering slow-pitch softball and soccer.
Local apartment residents can also make use of the El Mirage's parks, which offer even more recreational opportunities. Bill Gentry Park features a lighted baseball field and basketball court, as well as a playground and workout station. Apartment renters visiting Gateway Park can take advantage of a variety of outdoor amenities, including a skate park, "splash park" water fountains, amphitheater and a half-mile walking path.
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