I lived in the Camelback East area of Phoenix, Arizona for several years. I loved waking up in the morning to go for a walk and being able to enjoy the breathtaking scenary of the beautiful mountains. For an even more breathtaking view and exhilarating experience, be sure to visit the Camelback Mountains which are visited by thousands each year. If you are an experienced hiker you may want to take on the steeper hike which are the Two Summit trails. For the less experienced hiker the base of the mountain contains easier hiking.
The Camelback East area of Phoenix, Arizona offers nearby shopping, coffee shops and a really great museum called The Bead Museum. Be sure to visit The Bead Museum which is located about 5 miles from the area. The Museum carries beads that come from all around the world and traces the history of beads both known to be used for decorating as well as beads used in the form of currency and communication.
If you love art and culture be sure to visit Downtown Phoenix, where you can visit many theatres such as Orpheum Theatre along with Symphony Hall. When looking for great places to eat you have plenty of choices. One of the most popular places to eat is Matt's Big Breakfast which has been featured on the Food Network. Matt's Big Breakfast restuarant is usually packed so you may have to wait but you will enjoy the delicious food and the friendly service.
Looking for sunny days? No need to worry. Phoenix, Arizona is the place to live as Phoenix averages more than 310 sunny days per year. Anyone looking to relocate should be aware of the heat in the Camelback East Phoenix, Arizona area as it has an annual high temperature of 85 degrees.