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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.

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SaddleBrooke Ranch Activities - Adult Retirement Community Lifestyles

Activities & Clubs
Wellness & Fitness
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Bicycling Group

Bicycling Group

All bicyclers are welcome to join the club. Current bicyclers ride for an hour within the Ranch early Friday mornings. Time can change according to the season and bicycler’s choice.


Fitness Classes

Fitness Classes

The Viva Fitness Center at La Hacienda Club in SaddleBrooke Ranch offers a variety of classes including Hatha Yoga, Zumba Toning, Core & More, Line Dancing, Restorative Yoga, and Chi Fitness.


Ladies'Golf

Ladies’Golf

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.


Lady Niners

Lady Niners

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.


Men's Golf

Men’s Golf

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.


Pickleball Association

Pickleball Association

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.


Ranchette Putters

Ranchette Putters

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

Sundowner’s – Men’s 9-Hole Golf Group


Table Tennis Club

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 laugh a lot. Anything goes.


Tennis Club

Tennis Club

The SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Association (SBRTA) was founded in late 2011. The purpose of SBR Tennis is to stimulate and maintain interest in tennis at SaddleBrooke Ranch; to promote good fellowship and sportsmanship among the members; and to enhance the social and recreational lives of SaddleBrooke Ranch property owners and their guests. All levels of skill are accommodated. Additional activities are planned to enhance the tennis experience at SBR. These activities include exhibition tennis, clinics, group or private lessons, mixed doubles, round robin tournaments and socials.

Creative Arts
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Basket Weavers

Basket Weavers


Beading Club

Beading Club

This club is open to all interested SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. Club members create beaded jewelry, clothing, and accessories.


Ceramics

Ceramics


Clothe Me (Clothing Sewing)

Clothe Me (Clothing Sewing)


Sews and Sews

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.


Fine Art Artists

Fine Art Artists


Glasshoppers (Art Class Studio)

Glasshoppers (Art Class Studio)


Machine Embroidery

Machine Embroidery


Paper Crafting & Scrapbooking

Paper Crafting & Scrapbooking


Pottery

Pottery


Ranch Piecemakers (Quilters)

Ranch Piecemakers (Quilters)


Sew What? (Beginning Sewing)

Sew What? (Beginning Sewing)


Stitch N Chat

Stitch-N-Chat

Social Clubs & Organizations
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Dining Out Club

Dining Out Club

The Restaurant Dining Out Club is open to all SaddleBrooke Ranch residents. The purpose of this club is to provide a way for its members to meet and socialize with other resident members. The club is ideal for couples as well as single members – there are no membership dues.


Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

The Horseback Riding Group is for those who would like to see the Tucson area’s most beautiful landscapes without having to walk it themselves. Rides are set up monthly from September through May and are typically suitable for beginners. The rides are usually on Saturday morning for one hour and typically cost around $40-$45.


I Wish

I Wish

The purpose of “I Wish” is to connect SBR residents who would appreciate some help with other residents who are willing to lend their neighbors a hand.


Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg

A game of skill coupled with wit and fortune. It originated in China and dates back about two thousand years. It is played with 152 tiles and a card that identifies the specific hand that can be played.


Party Bridge

Party Bridge

Mixed Party Bridge! Nothing too serious here. Enjoy the friendships while playing Bridge.


Singles Club

Singles Club

The objective of the Singles Club is to foster and promote leisure, social, and cultural interests for the single residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch. Activities might include dinners around town, cookouts at members’ homes, wine tastings, plays, trips, and picnics to name a few.


State Clubs

State Clubs

The state clubs are open to SaddleBrooke Ranch residents who have a common association to the state, either previously living there or family members who reside there.

•California Club
•Colorado Club
•Illinois Club
•Minnesota – “Sota” Club
•NY/NJ Club
•New England Club
•Pacific Northwest (WA, OR, ID, AK, BC)


The Linda Club at SBR

The Linda Club at SBR

The only qualification for the Linda club is that your first name is Linda. Members enjoy mostly lunch and lots of laughter.


The Writing Guild

The Writing Guild

Do you want to write stories about your life experiences, family or career? Or even a memoir? If you need a nudge or want to improve your writing skills, please consider joining this friendly and supportive group.


Women's Club

Women’s Club

The Women’s Club luncheons are a great way to get to know your neighbors. All female residents in the community are invited to join. Luncheons are held on the second Monday of the months – September through June. Several times a year, guest speakers from the area are invited to share their knowledge and talents with us. The club also works with local shops to host fun fashion shows once a year.

*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. Homeowners are always welcome to form a new club, class or organization if one is not represented here. Information subject to change.