Retirement Communities in Arizona

Retirement communities in Arizona are beautiful!

If you would like to have a better way to enjoy your retirement years, enjoy a golden age community in Arizona. It really is simply the ideal location for these communities.

Quail Creek, which is south of Tucson, boasts a really charming setting with the spectacular Santa Rita Mountains. The neighboring area provides numerous activities. One can go shopping and medical centers are close by.

If you love hiking, bird watching or are just a nature lover then Quail Creek is the place to be as the Madera Canyon offers this. There is also a clubhouse for socializing and hosting functions. Quail Creek also boasts a Grill and Lounge, gym, an immense swimming pool and a top of the line golf course. It has an Art and Technology center where you can get in touch with your artistic side or get in a game or two of bocce ball or tennis.

The Preserve at Saddle Brooke is another retirement community in Arizona. It is referred to as an exclusive community with magnificent, elegant properties encircled by the breathtaking natural beauty of the Santa Catalina Mountains.

This community boasts a country club with a lavish clubhouse, outdoor pool & whirlpool, pickle ball and tennis courts which can be lit for night play and a gym. No community for retirees can be without a golf course close by and The Preserve has that and more to offer. There is a restaurant with a bar where one can relax and catch up on everyday happenings with your neighbors and friends.

  • The state of Arizona is always sunny which is perfect to keep the retiree out and active. 
  • Arizona has many natural wonders one being the Grand Canyon which means endless exploration. Some believe that Phoenix is mostly drab desert but approximately twenty five percent of the state has beautiful pine forests. 
  • Arizona has many outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, hunting, bird watching or just enjoying nature. 
  • There is no humidity to deal with in Arizona and no bugs. The summers are hot indeed but without the added discomfort that humidity brings.