Canyon Gate is a neighborhood in Las Vegas, Nevada with a population of 25,242. Canyon Gate is in Clark County. Living in Canyon Gate offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Canyon Gate there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Canyon Gate and residents tend to have moderate political views.
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From my high school experience, the people here are on average in a fair physique. It can't be said that a good percentage of the residents do have eating habits though, as numerous street intersections are filled with popular fast food restaurants, and local ones as well that use bright colors and attractions to bring us in for a meal we don't have to cook ourselves. However so, whenever I go to the Las Vegas Athletic Clubs, they are definitely at least always somewhat packed, if not extremely full. Many people here love working out and weight lifting just as I do, alongside the numerous competitions, shows, and events that they can show off their body at. The hospital facilities here are great. My cousin works as a phlebotomist and tells me of all the hardships doctors and nurses face here, but how they're always on duty to help everyone.
Las Vegas has become a home and family to be all in itself. Because I've went to three different high schools, (Centennial, Silverado & Bonanza, respectively) I've gotten to know all parts of the city (Henderson included into Las Vegas) and seen how it differentiates from other sides of town. If you pick a right place, Vegas is not as bad a city as some people claim it to be. If anything, it gives you a lot more options and opportunities that you would actually never find in smaller/other cities in the United States. It's fairly clean for how many drunks and wanderers there are, but overall the atmosphere is a civilized society where you can get to know people from all over the world and encounter personalities you would never expect to meet.
Vegas is no doubt a place of continuous surprises and events. One for example, which I had the lucky chance to go into for one night this year, was the Electric Daisy Carnival festival event. It's in simple terms an event hosted by Insomniac where thousands of people all meet to dance, rave, see their favorite DJs live, and fall in love under the "electric sky." It's a surreal event in how much unity you really find in this event as everyone is just all there to have fun and you feel connected with one another. Additionally, the revenue/profit is skyrocketing amounts for Vegas. The night clubs, First Fridays, and Wet 'n' Wild are all also huge factors that attract tourists and residents alike as they are popular sites to go to, especially in a city like this.