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Here you bring your enthusiasm for life and an open schedule.

You’ll find room to explore old and new interests with friends who share your enthusiasm for events like the popular arts & crafts fairs, seasonal dances, shows at the DesertView Performing Arts Center, and more.

Resident Testimonials


“Mountain View Golf Course is my personal favorite to play because it’s very scenic. It’s a very demanding golf course in some ways. But it’s a lot of fun to play and it’s so pretty.” -Tim B., Homeowner


Activities & Clubs
Wellness & Fitness
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From aqua aerobics to Pickleball, there is a wide variety of clubs dedicated to wellness, fitness and just having fun.
Wellness & Fitness

Aqua Aerobics

Classes are offered seven days a week, year-round, and open to both men and women.

Ballroom Dance Club

The club’s goal is to provide dance classes and other opportunities for SaddleBrooke residents to fully enjoy ballroom dancing. The club has open dancing on most Wednesdays and Sundays and a dance party on the first Tuesday of the month. Dancers of all levels are encouraged to participate in all of the activities.

Coyote Country Cloggers

A fun-loving clogging group with varying levels of dance ranging from beginning cloggers to recreational cloggers to an accomplished exhibition team.

Latin Rhythm Dance Club

Latin dancing classes are free to SaddleBrooke residents. A different dance each month: Salsa, Samba, Merengue, Bachata, Cumbia, Chacha, Bolero, and more.

MountainView Lady Putters

The Lady Putters meet at the putting green behind the MountainView Pro shop very Monday morning. Wintertime they get together at 8:45 am and 10:15 am; summertime they get together at 7:30 am and 9:00 am.

MountainView/The Preserve Ladies’ 9-Hole Golf Association

The MountainView/The Preserve Lady Niners is a fun group of ladies who play 9-holes of golf. They have a wide range of golfers, from beginner to expert. They play both the MountainView and The Preserve golf courses. League play includes a variety of individual and team games

MountainView/The Preserve Women’s Golf Association (MPWGA)

The MPWGA is a women’s 18-hole golf association whose purpose is to organize women golfers and to promote and conserve the best interest and true spirit of the game of golf.

SaddleBrooke Cyclemasters

The Cyclemasters offer recreational cycling for all levels – from the casual beginner to the serious tri-athlete. If you have a bicycle and a helmet, bring a smile and please join the group.

SaddleBrooke Hiking Club

Come and join the club for hiking and fitness walks for all levels.

 SaddleBrooke Karate Club

Martial Arts designed with the senior in mind. Come join us and get a big kick out of your life in SaddleBrooke. Learn self-defense while enjoying exercises that improve flexibility, cardio, speed, balance, coordination, and … memory.

SaddleBrooke Men Putters (SBMP)

The SBMP meet every Thursday morning at SaddleBrooke HOA 1 practice greens.

SaddleBrooke Men’s Golf Association

The SaddleBrooke Men’s Golf Association (SMGA) offers weekly club play dates, tournaments, and handicap records.

SaddleBrooke Niner Ladies’ Golf Association

The SaddleBrooke Niners is for ladies who wish to play nine holes of golf on league days. Objectives are to observe the rules of golf, encourage fellowship, and promote social activities. There are four regular luncheon meetings per year and numerous competitive and fun tournaments.

SaddleBrooke Pickleball Association

SaddleBrooke residents may join the SaddleBrooke Pickleball Association (SPA) by visiting the website at www.spa.clubexpress.com. SPA members may make court reservations and register for club events through the website. Residents who are not members may reserve courts by contacting the court reservation administrator.

SaddleBrooke Silver Belles’ Dance Team

Silver Belles perform for groups and events in SaddleBrooke and the greater Tucson area. The repertoire includes a variety of dance styles to music that includes jazz, Latin, patriotic show tunes, and country western sounds.

 SaddleBrooke Slo-Pitch Softball

SaddleBrooke Softball sponsors year round play for men and women. Over 150 active members participate in seven leagues. Teams are selected based on players’ skill ratings to ensure balanced teams. In addition to league play, tournaments are hosted on St. Patrick’s Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving weekend.

SaddleBrooke Squares

A fun loving group that promotes square dancing, encourages fellowship among the members, and has fun.

SaddleBrooke Swim Club

The swim club promotes swimming among SaddleBrooke residents. Opportunities range from swimming lessons to competitive swimming.

SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club

Come and join the club for a fun game of Table Tennis!

SaddleBrooke Tennis Club

STC makes tennis an enjoyable activity for all SaddleBrooke residents.

SaddleBrooke Volleyball Club

The Volleyball Club exists to provide a recreational outlet for both male and female residents who have an interest in, or would like to learn to play volleyball. All skill levels are welcome.

SaddleBrooke Women’s Golf Association – 18

SBWGA-18’s objective is to promote and conserve the best interest and true spirit of the game of golf. Tuesdays are regular play days. To be eligible for membership in the association, a current, established USGA handicap of 40 or less is required.

Performing Arts
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SaddleBrooke has numerous performance art clubs, including ballroom dance, community theatre, singing and many more.
Performing Arts

Canada Del Oro Barbershop Chorus

Men’s Barbershop Chorus meets for rehearsals, performs at various activities, encourages formation of barbershop quartets, and sings in barbershop harmony style.

SaddleBrooke Singers

The SaddleBrooke Singers is a community chorus of mixed voices. The Singers consist of approximately 60 voices. There is no audition to join the group. Two concerts are performed each year. All are welcome in the community who would like to sing in a chorus group.

SaddleBrooke Theatre Guild

The SaddleBrooke Theater Guild (STG) was started in August 2005 by a group of SaddleBrooke residents interested in the performing arts and was subsequently chartered by the Homeowners’ Association 2 (HOA 2). STG encourages and supports all of its members in achieving their goals, will lend its own resources to members and affiliates including people power to help with marketing and technical expertise and is looking for new and active members with varying backgrounds and interests.

Creative Arts
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There are many creative art clubs to choose from. Join the quilting club or try your hand at pottery, woodcarving or scrapbooking. The choices are yours.
Creative Arts

SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild

The Fine Arts Guild is an organization of art enthusiasts and aspiring artists of all levels, focused on watercolor, oil, acrylics, pastels, pencils, sculpture, and art photography. Monthly programs are arranged for all residents. The Guild sponsors member exhibits, twice-yearly Fine Arts Shows, and an Outreach program. Visit www.SaddleBrookefinearts.org to learn more.

SaddleBrooke Pottery Club

The pottery club offers residents the space and equipment to learn a new skill or revisit the fun of clay. They have equipment to support hand building or throwing and many members available to assist with learning the basics. They also inventory certain glazes for use by members.

SaddleBrooke Scrapbook Club

Precious photos are made archival safe in beautiful albums, preserved for generations to come. They make wonderful gifts and family heirlooms. Beginners through advanced. The club has wonderful equipment and members are always willing to help each other.

SaddleBrooke Woodcarving Club

The club is a group of men and women that meet twice weekly to carve objects varying from caricatures of man and animals to realistic birds including hummingbirds, raptors, and songbirds; mammals such as coyotes, bears, deer, and, fish. Also include relief, chip, and ornamental carving.

Sews and Sews

If you like to sew, share ideas, and learn new techniques in sewing and fabric crafts, this is the group for you.

Silversmith & Lapidary Club

Learn to fabricate beautiful silver jewelry. A 9-hour beginner course is offered four times a year. Lapidary work is available for members completing the basic course.

 Quilt Club

This organization presently has over 60 members including winter visitors and permanent residents. Members are quilters of many skill levels who love to share ideas about quilting and related projects.

Social Clubs & Organizations
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SaddleBrooke offers a variety of social opportunities for homeowners. From card groups to computer & radio control airplane clubs, there’s an organization just right for you.
Social Clubs & Organizations

Book Discussion Group

The Book Discussion Group meets each month. The members choose the books for discussion. The discussion is lively and fun.

Bridge Classes at SaddleBrooke

Several levels are available from Basics for Beginners through Brush-up, Modern Bidding, and Advanced Defense. Classes also offer practice sessions with the instructor standing by to assist the bidding or suggest a line of play. Come to learn or improve your game and meet new people who enjoy the game as well.

Canasta Club-Couples

The club plays a standard five-deck canasta card game.

Evening Book Club

Book discussion with a rotating book facilitator meets monthly.

Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries

The goals include the following: provide funds for the needs of libraries in the SaddleBrooke community; focus public attention on library services, facilities, and needs; maintain a fee-based membership of persons interested in books and libraries; sponsor enrichment opportunities for the communities and stimulate gifts in a tax-exempt manner.

Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR)

Educational seminars of varying lengths presented and prepared by instructors with appropriate academic or experiential backgrounds. These programs comprise a wide range of interesting topics and aim to encourage discussion and interaction by our residents.

Ladies’ Duplicate Bridge

Come and join us for this fun game. No partner needed.

Ladies’ Open Bridge

This club is for the ladies who want to have fun playing open bridge.

Mah Jongg Group

This is a a fun group for experienced players.

Men’s Bridge

The group plays Rubber Bridge and the game runs about 2-1/2 hours.

Mixed Intermediate Bridge for Fun

This is a small, mixed, social group of bridge players that plays for fun and camaraderie. Residents and guests are welcome.

Mountain Ladies’ Canasta Club

Come and join this fun game. The club plays five-deck canasta for ladies.

MountainView Duplicate Bridge Club

The MountainView Duplicate Bridge Club sponsors ACBL-sanctioned. Games are conducted by a certified director and are played in a relaxing atmosphere. No advanced sign-up required. The club will try to find a partner for anyone who needs one.

National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century

This club is a volunteer, non-profit, non-political organization of lineal descendent of anyone who rendered civil or military service in any of the original 13 colonies prior to January 1, 1701. Focus is patriotic, historic preservation and education related to this time period.

National Society Daughters of The American Colonists (DAC)

DAC is a volunteer, non-profit, non-political organization of lineal descendent who rendered service in any of the original 13 colonies prior to July 4, 1776. Focus is patriotic, historical, and educational related to this time and period.

National Society Daughters Of The American Revolution (DAR)

DAR is a volunteer, non-profit, non-political organization of lineal descendent of anyone who aided in achieving American independence from April 19, 1775 to November 26, 1783. DAR focuses on historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavors.

Partners’ Bridge #1

All are welcome to play this fun game of Bridge!

Party Bridge

Party Bridge is open to all SaddleBrooke residents who enjoy a friendly game of bridge. The group is neither beginners nor professionals.

Radio-Controlled Model Flying and Boat

Radio-controlled model airplane flying takes place on the club airfield in San Manuel. This airfield has a large, paved runway, equipped with a covered plane assembly and test area. Training to assist newcomers is held at this facility. Radio-controlled model sailboat and electrical-powered boat enthusiasts use SaddleBrooke Lake for their sailing fun, where assistance to newcomers is also provided on its use and rules.

Republican Women of Pinal County

The purpose of the Republican Women of Pinal County is to seek to educate the community and facilitate political participation by sponsoring speakers, issue forums, and media reports. All are welcome.

Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke

Rotary, the world’s oldest service Club, welcomes men and women interested in humanitarian projects addressing poverty, health, education, and the environment locally and internationally.

SaddleBrooke British Club

The principle objective of the club is to facilitate the meeting and socializing of SaddleBrooke Brits in order to broaden friendships.

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

The club teaches PC and Mac classes throughout the year. Most classes offer hands-on experience. The Users Group meetings are open to all homeowners.

 SaddleBrooke Dog Park Association

Their mission is to offer members a safe place to exercise and socialize their dogs in an enclosed environment. They will plan activities at the park including but not limited to fundraising, obedience training, and educational programs such as pet health, responsible pet ownership, and canine rescue. The benefit of a community dog park extends beyond the obvious for our dogs. The group will be providing a place to share common love of family pets with our neighbors.

SaddleBrooke Francophiles

Members appreciate all aspects of French culture (food, wine tasting, travel, French literature, and films) in accord with members’ interests. Social gatherings are scheduled to celebrate a variety of French holidays and cultural activities.

SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club

SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club welcomes residents to share research experiences and hear knowledgeable professional speakers. The club offers guidance in finding resource materials. Discover your Family History!

SaddleBrooke Great Decisions Discussion Group

The Great Decisions program, with a national membership of 325,000 and 26 chapters in Tucson, is sponsored by the Foreign Policy association of the United States. The emphasis is on in-depth analysis of our country’s involvement in international affairs. The SaddleBrooke Chapter is non-political and welcomes all shades of opinion in open discussion. No dues, just your participation.

SaddleBrooke Ladies’ Party Bridge

Come and join for a game of Party Bridge. The game has four rounds of six hands.

SaddleBrooke Libraries

Recreational reading libraries staffed by volunteers and located in the DesertView Center, MountainView and SaddleBrooke Clubhouses.

 SaddleBrooke Motorcycle Club

The club gives motorcyclists an opportunity to socialize with others for rides. The rides range from short rides for breakfast to all day lunch rides. Rides are also scheduled to museums, parks, and civic activities of interest to the group.

SaddleBrooke Nature Club

The club is for those who appreciate the natural environment and want to discover more through educational programs and outdoor experiences. Meetings feature special guest speakers on native flora, fauna, local geology, cultural topics, and more. Field trips explore the natural world through local day trips, sometimes multi-day tours.

SaddleBrooke Off-Road Bunch-4-Wheel Drive

The club explores off-road 4-wheel drive trails at least monthly. The purpose is to further enjoyment of off-road driving, provide social experiences for its members, and protect public lands.

SaddleBrooke Singles

A social organization for all SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch singles. The purpose is to plan social events, i.e., trips, tours, dinners, golf, and any other activities in which the membership wishes to partake.

Stroke/Neurological Support Group

The goal is to share ideas and most of all to help one another to regain a normal life for themselves, their families, friends, and all other pople they engage with every day.

Unsanctioned Duplicate Bridge

This Bridge club is open to all SaddleBrooke residents and renters.

Women on Our Own

They are a women’s social group designed for residents who are “on their own.” Join them for an opportunity to meet people with similar interests and expand your support system and social life.

Writer’s Workshop

Participants learn and promote interest in writing fiction and non-fiction. Members may choose to read from their own memoirs, an essay or poem on a previous assigned theme. Mini-lessons, critique groups, and workshops are periodically offered.

Giving Back
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From community outreach to political and charitable support groups, there’s a wide array of service organizations at SaddleBrooke.
Giving Back

Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke

Rotary, the world’s oldest service Club, welcomes men and women interested in humanitarian projects addressing poverty, health, education, and the environment locally and internationally.
>> Watch the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club give back to the troops.

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach

SaddleBrooke Community Outreach is a 501(c) (3) organization providing new clothing and educational services to needy children in the neighboring communities. Activities include operation of Kids’ Closet, Project Catapult math tutoring, support of local food banks, mentoring for college scholarship recipients, a summer enrichment program, and joint operation of the Golden Goose Thrift Shop.

 Stroke/Neurological Support Group

The goal is to share ideas and most of all to help one another to regain a normal life for themselves, their families, friends, and all other people they engage with every day.

For a more extensive list of current groups, clubs, and organizations, please visit the HOA website at: www.sbhoa2.org

All clubs, classes and organizations are formed and operated by the individual homeowners and are not endorsed or sponsored by the developer or the Homeowners Association. Homeowners are always welcome to form a new club, class or organization if one is not represented here. Information subject to change.