Candelas swim & fitness clubs
Candelas offers two Swim & Fitness Clubs, one located on the east side of the community and the other on the west side. Each facility offers a sparkling pool, a fitness room with state-of-the-art exercise equipment, poolside lounging and barbecue areas as well as indoor-outdoor gathering spaces for celebrations of every kind. The first club, located on the east side of the community in the TownView residential village of Candelas, is a LEED gold certified facility built with a 15kw solar photovoltaic field and a ground source heat pump system that comfortable heats and cools the interior space. The Candelas Swim & Fitness Cub at ParkView is scheduled to open in mid-2016.
Candelas swim & fitness club at townview
This contemporary designed recreation facility includes cardio equipment, including treadmills, ARC Trainers, cycle trainers, weight resistance machines, and free weights. A state of the art audio/video automation system is available to entertain resident and to motivate exercisers. A zero entry resort style pool surrounded by a generous deck appointed with high quality pool furniture provides the perfect setting for a relaxing summer afternoon with the kids in the sun. Set against sweeping views of the community's ample open space and the majestic rocky mountain foothills this facility was designed to provide a relaxing atmosphere to host your next party or even, to inspire your next workout or to simply relax.
Candelas swim & fitness club at Parkview
A second recreation center is coming to Candelas-and in this case, the sequel just might be better than the original. Showcasing a mountain resort-inspired architecture, the Candelas Swim & Fitness Club at ParkView will become the new recreational centerpiece for the entire community.
A LEED-certified facility harnessing solar energy, the new venue will feature a full kitchen, larger meeting spaces and a fitness room with state-of-the-art exercise equipment. Expansive windows beneath higher ceilings will frame magnificent views and fill the Great Room and gathering areas with an abundance of natural light. Snuggling under the stars around a roaring fire is likely to become a favorite family activity on the outdoor terrace, which also reveals spectacular northwesterly views of the Flatirons above nearby Boulder.
The club's competitive-style lap pool will be ideal for fitness-minded residents seeking a strenuous workout. It might even play host to fun and spirited Candelas swim meets pitting neighbor against neighbor or village against village-with the fastest swimmers claiming bragging rights for an entire year. This facility is scheduled to open in 2016.
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Swim & Fitness Clubs
The two Swim & Fitness Clubs offer sparkling pools, fitness rooms with state-of-the-art exercise equipment as well as poolside barbecue areas and indoor-outdoor gathering spaces for celebrations of every kind.
Candelas Swim & Fitness Club at Parkview
Candelas offers 193 acres of on-site open space, and it’s all surrounded by 11,500+ acres of protected public lands that await your discovery. There’s also a National Wildlife Refuge next door, a protected natural habitat that’s home to deer, elk, owls, white pelicans and more than 300 other species. Just beyond are the many open space lands of the Front Range and the Rockies.Learn More >
The community garden at Candelas is a place where people can join together to enrich the land, their lives, and each other. The garden will be committed to producing sustainably raised, seasonal fruits, and vegetables—all sorts of great-tasting organic goodness. While cultivating new friendships, the garden will blossom with appreciation for our bounty.Learn More >
A total of 13.5 miles of recreational trails meander all throughout Candelas, ideal for taking a walk, jog, bike or horseback ride. Explore within Candelas, or enjoy direct access to open space lands and trails at the gateway of the Rockies. The trails lead to White Ranch Park, and beyond to Rocky Mountain National Park, a wilderness area with at least 60 mountains exceeding 12,000 feet.Learn More >