Here you bring your enthusiasm for life and an open schedule.
At SaddleBrooke Ranch, you’ll find a place to explore favorite interests and new hobbies. You’ll also enjoy meeting neighbors and making new friends by joining a variety of groups from trivia and genealogy clubs to golf and horseback riding organizations.
“SaddleBrooke Ranch has everything you could ever want. Well-built homes, a clubhouse that is world class, and wonderful customer service. It’s a perfect 10!” -Marlene J., SaddleBrooke Ranch Homeowner
All bicycle riding skill levels are welcome to join this club. Bicycle riding is an enjoyable activity shared by many active adults within the community. The Bicycling Group rides within SaddleBrooke Ranch and has varying riding times depending on the season and bicycler’s choices.
The luxury Viva Fitness Center at La Hacienda Club in SaddleBrooke Ranch offers a variety of classes for every fitness level. From Hatha Yoga, Zumba Toning, Core & More, to Line Dancing, Restorative Yoga, and Chi Fitness, having a variety of fitness classes makes living an active lifestyle more fun.
The SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Golf Association (SBRWGA) was founded in March 2010. Goals are to generate and maintain interest in golf at the SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Club; to promote good fellowship among the members; and to enhance the social opportunities for residents.
The SBRWGA members play every Tuesday morning on the SBR golf club course. Tee time assignments are rotated around each week in order to assimilate new members. All levels of skill are accommodated. Fun, low pressure games are also played each week.
The Lady Niners is a casual group intended to provide a way to learn or improve golf in a relaxed environment. Although there are no dues, by-laws or officers, participants may be asked to volunteer for events and outings in the community. Additionally, from time to time, they are invited to participate in events sponsored by other groups in the area. Both are excellent ways to meet other golfers and further experience the social aspects of the community and the game of golf. The focus of the group is to have fun while maintaining pace of play and observing the general etiquette of the golf course. Founded in 2011, committees offer everyone a chance to contribute their talent.
The SaddleBrooke Ranch Men’s Golf Association (SBR MGA) was founded in March 2010. Its purposes are to stimulate and maintain interest in golf at the SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Club; to promote good fellowship among the members; and to enhance the social and recreational lives of SaddleBrooke Ranch property owners.
The Pickleball Club offers one of the largest sports activities at SaddleBrooke Ranch. The club enjoys the benefits of great exercise with numerous friendships formed through the sport. All SaddleBrooke Ranch residents are welcome to use the Pickleball facilities, participate in coaching sessions for new players, and join the club.
The Ranchette Putters is a pleasant social group comprising SaddleBrooke Ranch ladies interest in fun, camaraderie, and improving their game. They have weekly, monthly and annual prizes using a handicap system for those interested in competition. The Ranchette Putters are formally organized based on Bylaws. Numerous committees offer everyone a chance to contribute their talent.
Sundowner’s – Men’s 9-Hole Golf Group
The Sundowner’s Men’s Golf Group at SaddleBrooke Ranch enjoys having fun and building lasting friendships while playing nine holes of golf on the championship golf course. New members, whether novice or senior players, are always welcome to join this group and spend time on the greens, revel in the community setting and enjoy the beautiful North Tucson weather.
Table Tennis Club
This is a fun club with singles and doubles play. Skill levels range from “I played a long long time ago” to “pretty snappy”.
Sometimes members get serious and have a cardiovascular workout, practice doing weird shots, or quit early and head off to the Bistro for a beer. But they always have fun and laughs along the way. Anything goes.
The SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Association (SBRTA) was founded in late 2011. The purpose of SBRTA is to stimulate and maintain interest in tennis at SaddleBrooke Ranch; to promote good fellowship and sportsmanship; and to enhance the social and recreational lifestyle of SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. All levels of skill are accommodated. Additional activities are planned to enhance the tennis experience and include exhibition tennis, clinics, group or private lessons, mixed doubles, round robin tournaments and socials.
For active adults seeking a new hobby, you may want to try basket weaving. Learn the process of weaving or sewing pliable materials into items such as baskets, mats and even furniture. The Basket Weavers club meets in the Creative Arts & Technology Center and welcomes all skill levels.
The Beading Club’s purpose is to have fun creating jewelry and other objects with beads, yarn, wires and more. Club members meet in the Fine Arts Room at the Creative Arts & Technology Center weekly. Classes are often offered with kits available for purchase.
Now that you have retired, why not pursue your passion for creativity and learn the art of ceramics? After taking the introductory beginner class to become a member of the Ceramics Club, you can learn several techniques to delve into your creative possibilities.
Clothe Me (Clothing Sewing)
The Clothe Me sewing group focuses on making clothing for yourself, your adult children, small and adult grandchildren, siblings, and even your neighbors. Club members help each other with proper fitting, alterations, fabric choices and some odd projects as the group sees fit.
The SaddleBrooke Ranch Woodworkers Club manages all aspects of the Wood Working Shop, from safety to continued operation and through the promotion of activities and education of woodworking knowledge and skills.
Fine Art Artists
Retiring at SaddleBrooke Ranch offers countless ways to explore a wide variety of creative arts. The Fine Arts Artists club encourages homeowners to experience art in all medias while enhancing skill levels and offering classes, open studio time and demonstrations.
If you enjoy glass art projects, then joining the GlassHopper club is for you! The art class studio includes workstations and resources for glass art such as tools and supplies. This club provides helpful tips and tricks so you can hone in on your skills.
Join this club and add machine embroidery to your list of retirement hobbies. Discover an additional way to display your creativity with machine-embroidered gifts, clothing home décor and more.
Paper Crafting & Scrapbooking
Paper crafters can join the Desert Scrapbookers club or the Papercrafters club to share in the art of paper crafting. Bring your projects and tools to one of the weekly meetings held in the Fine Arts Rooms and have some fun!
Active adults can work with clay to create a masterpiece or paint pottery crafts in the Pottery Club. Pottery can be a relaxing activity that involves creative, tactile and visual creativity and is great for beginner level and senior crafters.
Ranch Piecemakers (Quilters)
The SaddleBrooke Ranch Piecemakers welcome every level of quilting experience. Club members are eager to connect, share and create together. Many of the created quilting projects are for community outreach and benefit Tucson, Arizona and national groups.
Sew What (Beginning Sewing)
Learn sewing basics with instructional sessions and create a variety of projects such as tote bags, gifts, décor and much more in the Sew What club. Items are also created for donation to benefit various charity organizations in the North Tucson and nearby areas.
Laugh and have fun in the Stitch n’ Chat club while members actively work on knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, needlepoint and various sewing projects with like-minded homeowners as they talk about what’s new within this retirement community.
*Annual events subject to change without notice. For a more extensive list of current groups, clubs, and organizations, please visit the HOA website at: www.saddlebrookeranchhoa.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. Information subject to change.