Starpointe Community Pool
It’s that time of year again, so grab your bathing suits and head on over to Starpointe! StarSplash WaterPark is now opened year round.
As it is every year, it is a very busy time at the Starpointe Community Pool. In an effort to ease the process and make your visit more enjoyable, there are a few things that you as residents can do in preparation for your arrival at the pool.
A few standout Starpointe Community Pool rules are as follows:
Anyone under age 14 must be accompanied by someone age 16 or older.
As preventative measure children who are not potty trained must wear two swim diapers in the Starpointe community pool. An outer reusable swim diaper and an inner disposable swim diaper must be worn.
Proper attire, meaning ‘cover-ups and shoes’ must be worn upon entering the club and while in the club at all times.
Appropriate swim attire must be worn at all times while at the WaterPark.
Basic noodles are the only pool toy allowed at the Starpointe Community Pool.
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History Of Estrella Mountain
The Estrella Mountains were pioneered by the Akimel O’odham people, and currently the Estella Mountains soar over the villages that once inhabited them in the Gila River Indian Community. The land was claimed as the New Spain during the colonization of America.
Mexico eventually announced its liberty from Spain. The Estrella Mountains became part of Mexico. The United States obtained the Estrella Mountains from the Mexican people in part due to the Gadsden purchase. The Butterfield Overland stage moved in and started moving people from California to the area. It was a popular trade route. Eventually, progress took over and the stage went away to make room for the railroad.
The last battle between native Americans, that of Pima Butte took place in 1857. The Akimel O’odham people were overtaken by the Apache, Mohave, and Yuma people. Afterwards a lot of gold seekers were searching for Montezuma’s treasure which is believed to still be buried in the Sierra Estrellas,
In 1985, Charles Keating of the renowned Lincoln Saving & Loan debacle purchased federally reserved land from the government, to create a master planned community inside the foothills of the Estrella Mountains. A year later, development started. In 1999, a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course was added to the community. Since that time many more amenities along with shopping and schools came to Estrella. As Estrella Mountain continues to grow, the charm of it will never be lost.
For more information on homes in Estrella Mountain for sale, contact John Deutsch today.