The P83 Entertainment District is home to sports, theater, shopping and dining. Here, you can find a perfect destination for date night with Modern Round, a virtual shooting entertainment concept, and dozens of restaurants offering unique dining experiences. Have the kids in tow? P83 has a Harkin's Movie Theater and multiple kid-friendly restaurants like Red Robin, Chik-fil-A and yummy deep dish pizza at Giordano's.
Westbrook Village Golf Club (WBVGC) has had a story of community and support since its beginning in 1994. Both the courses were originally built by development company, Universal Development and Construction (UDC), with the Lakes course opening in 1983 and the Vistas in 1990. As the final homes were being built by UDC, they began to look for companies to purchase and operate the courses individually. In September of 1994, UDC had accepted an offer for purchase of the Lakes course, provided the homeowners did not purchase the course. This is when a group of astute members and homeowners stepped in and requested to have a presentation for purchase of both the Lakes and Vistas courses by the members of the club. At first, UDC was reluctant to notion, but as the members and homeowners put forth their proposal and business plan. After review an acquisition price and its guidelines was set on October 27th, 1994. The group of members now had the task of procuring a set membership fee from 1000 members by December 15th. In true Westbrook fashion the committee had the 1000th membership sold on November 18th, merely days after the goal was set! Final papers were signed on November 23rd and the Westbrook Village Golf Club began operation on Thanksgiving Day, November 24th, 1994.
Community and camaraderie are two things that stand out with Westbrook Village. Many of the original purchasing members are still members today, including Les Wilson, board president during the acquisition and WBVGC member #0001. In his own words, “When the pressures became greatest and volunteers were needed, literally 100 or more residents responded. Thousands of hours were given to make this effort a success. It would be improper to single out any individual as so many gave their time and efforts. The golf course purchase became a group and community effort.”
As we have been often asked; ‘What has brought you young folks to Westbrook Village Golf Club?’ It didn’t take us long to respond. In first driving along Union Hills Road and having an opportunity at first glance to see the lovely manicured golf course. We then proceeded to tour the residential area. The cleanliness, friendliness and strong family values spoke loud and clear to both of us. It was a combination of safety and convenience with all the amenities one would ever wish for. All offered in the confines of a highly respected Golf Community! We have been welcomed by all of the Westbrook Golf and Country Clubs staff and their membership! They are accepting of all levels of golf. They instill fun, building relationships and making memories that truly last a lifetime. So to anybody that is considering the optimum privileges of living in the Peoria area and playing the “Greatest Sport”, look no further than the Westbrook Village Golf Club.
We researched and visited many different golf communities in the Phoenix area for our retirement home. We were determined to find a golf course community where we could play unlimited golf for a good value and a club that was financially stable with board members that were committed to member value. We were impressed with the two championship golf courses, the well maintained facilities and the economy of the golf at Westbrook Village Golf Club. The Location of our home was very important to us. Here at Westbrook Village we are in close proximity to the airport, major shopping centers, sporting events, concerts, a variety of restaurants, Scottsdale and Downtown Phoenix. It was a perfect fit for us! Since we purchased our home, ten homes have been purchased in Westbrook Village by family and friends all of which have enjoyed the golf. We tell everyone Westbrook Village Golf Club is the best value and best kept secret in the Northwest Valley! Watch out for more Wyomingites! We all love it here, the weather is perfect!
Our dream of retiring early led us to visit several golf course communities in the “Valley of the Sun”. Upon arrival at Westbrook Village Golf Community we found 2 pristine desert golf courses quietly nestled within an immaculate community of 3900 homes. The golf staff and members seemed so warm and friendly making us feel welcome and at home. Amenities beyond golf include two all inclusive recreational centers with various activities for everyone. The location of Westbrook Village provides us the complete “Southwest Lifestyle” as we hike several mountains nearby and enjoy the endless restaurants and shopping only 5 minutes outside our resort community. If your dreams are like ours, to retire early and “play the back nine of life”, visit this active resort- style golf community. At Westbrook Village Golf Club members become friends and the experience is unforgettable.
One Unbeatable Community
If you’ve been thinking about moving to an active-adult community in the Phoenix area, it’s definitely time to look at Westbrook Village. We are one of the most attractive and desirable age-restricted communities in the greater Phoenix area. Offering two Recreation Centers, Fine Arts & Learning Center, tennis & pickleball courts, two 18-hole golf courses complete with pro shops and two full service restaurants, a library and its own Sheriff's Posse. With over 70 charter clubs and numerous health and fitness programs there is something for everyone! We pride ourselves on our working relationship with the Westbrook Village Golf Club. WVA is the home of many talented residents that have transformed our ballrooms and entertained our residents.
Westbrook Village has just under 4,000 homes of all sizes and styles –from spacious single-family homes to condos and casitas designed with both winter visitor and full-time residents in mind. With over 40 individual neighborhoods offering numerous home styles from condominiums to large golf course properties, finding the right property at Westbrook Village is simple. Westbrook Village’s age restrictions are as low as “40-plus”, making it THE place to live for active adults who want a sense of community without isolating themselves from the rest of what the Valley has to offer.
Arrowhead Towne Center Mall and P83 Shopping Center are just a little over 2 miles away and has more than 159 stores and restaurants. Peoria’s Sports Complex (spring training home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners) with all your familiar restaurants next door is only slightly further away. Also within a short drive’s distance are two other spring training stadiums: Surprise Stadium (just 10 miles West) Spring home to the Kansas City Royals and the Texas Rangers, and Camelback Ranch (15 miles South) with the L.A. Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox.
Further down Loop 101 is the Westgate City Center anchored by Gila River Arena, home of the Arizona Coyotes, and University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals and the Fiesta Bowl.
If you enjoy the Great Outdoors, Peoria’s Lake Pleasant Regional Park is short drive to the north, where boating and fishing in the Arizona sunshine await! If you’re into hiking and other desert activities, you’ll enjoy Maricopa County’s nearly 30,000 acre White Tank Regional Park just 40 minutes West of Westbrook Village.
Around the Area
Thanks to our mild winters with cool breezes and warm sunshine, spring training baseball attracts visitors from around the world. Peoria Sports Complex is the Cactus League spring training home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners where thousands of fans flock to the complex to enjoy America's favorite pastime. Here, you'll enjoy local flavors, craft beer and upscale patio seating. Younger fans can stay cool in Peoria Cove, the complex's shipwreck-themed playground and water play area
Gila River Arena, home of the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes, is a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility located at Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue. The arena anchors the 223-acre, $1 billion development Westgate Entertainment District, the "crown jewel" of sports and entertainment complexes.
Home of the Arizona Cardinals, State Farm Stadium is recognized as one of the top multi-purpose sports & entertainment facilities in the country and a marvel of engineering, technology, and design. Guests are invited for a "behind the scenes" tour of the areas rarely seen by the public and some of the unique operational features of the only stadium in North America with a roll-out natural grass field and retractable roof.
One of the most scenic water recreation areas in the Valley of the Sun, Lake Pleasant Regional Park is a recreationist’s dream. This 23,362-acre park offers activities on both land and water! Lake Pleasant is open 365 days a year with more than 10 miles of pedestrian trails, shoreline access, boating ramps, two marinas, with rentals and restaurants. Some of the best fishing in the valley, stocked with 12 species of fish.
Westbrook Village may be in the big city, but we still have our fair share of wildlife seeking the cool grass from the dry desert heat. You will become accustomed to our native coyote packs. As well as our many predator hawks and owls that prey on the many cottontail rabbits throughout the course. We have even been known from time to time to have a few visiting javelina and fox.