Overview of Memphis
Enjoy the location
Harbor Town condo rentals provide residents with a more laid-back environment while giving them quick and easy access to the downtown Riverfront. The Riverfront Trolley Loop stop is only a short walk away and passes by a number of shops and restaurants. For those who own a car, downtown is a 5 minute drive away. Exercise buffs will appreciate the half hour walk and 8 minute bike trip. Additionally, Harbor Town has the advantage of being incredibly close to the A.W. Willis Bridge, allowing quick access across the Wolf River Lagoon.
The town is surrounded by water on both sides and parks to the north and south. Mud Island Park, the smaller of the two, is located directly south of Harbor Town condos, and the expansive Mississippi Greenbelt Park stretches to the northeast.
Revel in the activities
There's no need to worry about having nothing to do on weekends - Harbor Town may be a nice quiet neighborhood to live in, but it's also got some serious sporting opportunities. Water lovers will rejoice in the number of aquatic activities that the condos for rent in Harbor Town have access to. Both Mud Island Park and Mississippi Greenbelt Park offer canoe and kayak rentals for those who enjoy rowing. There are also pedal boats available for those who are more interested in strengthening their leg muscles. The more adventurous athletes will want to venture into the greater Memphis area, where visitors can go fishing and whitewater rafting.
Looking to travel along the river without leaving land? That's not a problem, thanks to the path that runs through Mississippi Greenbelt Park. You can walk, jog, run or bike and enjoy the sights. If you have a job in the city, it's a great place to visit after a day at the office, close enough to your home and far enough away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. You can easily implement a weekend exercise regimen and go kayaking or running. Pack a lunch on your weekend getaways and eat along the river bank.
Lay back and enjoy the sights
For those who prefer to observe, there are plenty of sights to behold. Barges frequently make their way up and down the river, and there's no shortage of canoeists and kayakers to watch. There are a number of dinner cruises for those looking to enjoy a more immersive view of the river. If you're looking for more fast-paced action, there's the Outdoors Incorporated Canoe and Kayak Race every June that runs down the Mississippi River. The currents, eddies and wind provide a great deal of challenge for participants and makes the race well worth watching.
The sights don't end when you return to condos in Harbor Town. The prime location is sure to provide a beautiful backdrop to anything you're doing. Returning home to such a soothing environment will be sure to reinvigorate anyone. Renting a unit in Harbor Town provides the right balance of activity and relaxation, making it an incredibly appealing option to anyone looking to move.