Scottsdale, Arizona is one of the most affluent areas in the state, and the buzzing party and hotel scene make this a fairly common stop. It has been rated as one of the top cities to live, work, or visit for several years. This urban center is often considered the finest in the state of Arizona. The residential areas are each spread fairly apart, and residents are generally on the higher economic scale. Part of the draw to this area, is the rocky mountain scenery. A large chunk of Scottsdale, AZ is dominated by this small range, and the DC Ranch. DC Ranch is where the most affluent residents in Scottsdale, AZ live. Almost every home has a pool and a tennis court outside. South Scottsdale, Arizona is a residential suburb in the city of Scottsdale. It’s filled with apartments and higher end homes. It shares a lush, green park with many other zones in the city and is home to the Scottsdale Stadium. Scottsdale itself stretches into many other major cities in the state, so it shares many commuters and is often full of people. South Scottsdale is the working class sector of the city, but most of the homes and parks are well cared for, and the area is fairly affluent. North Scottsdale is a large area within Scottsdale, Arizona and the area is further divided into a number of smaller neighborhoods. Because of this, it covers a very large tract of land and includes a number of important places such as the Scottsdale Municipal Airport. This portion of the city also includes Cactus Park, Thunderbird Park, and Northsight Park which are both closer to the busy are of the city as well as more parks spread out farther to the north. Some of these are Scottsdale Horsemen’s Park, McDowell Sonoran Preserve Gateway Trailhead, Thompson Peak Park, and Grayhawk Park.