Grow up, grow old, let’s grow together.

Check out some stories of real residents who have grown up in
the community and still call it home!

  • Morgan F.

    Morgan F.

    Resident since 2005

    My favorite part about growing up in Rancho Sahuarita is all of the activities that I’m able to do. The Splash Park Water Slides, Outdoor Movie Nights and Biking Trails are so much fun. The thing that I enjoy most about living in Rancho Sahuarita now is having all the businesses and restaurants right in our neighborhood. I can meet up with my friends at Subway, Pick A Berry Yogurt or Panda Express.

  • Carson L.

    Carson L.

    Resident since 2002

    My favorite part of growing up in Rancho Sahuarita was attending all the events they have for kids. I also loved playing baseball and football in the local parks and fields around the community, and fishing at Sahuarita Lake. Now I love to volunteer, and give back to the community that helped shape who I am today.

  • Conrad M.

    Conrad M.

    Resident since 2002

    It’s been great growing up in Rancho Sahuarita and attending all the events for kids. The Easter Egg hunts, Pancakes with Santa, Trunk or Treats and Rodeo Round Up events were a blast for my brother and I. The thing that I enjoy most about living in Rancho Sahuarita now is fishing at the lake and working out in the clubhouse gym.

  • Madison M.

    Madison M.

    Resident since 2007

    The best part about growing up in Rancho Sahuarita is spending my summers at the Clubhouse pool and Splash Park. I love hanging out with my friends in the preteen room and playing mini golf. One of my favorite memories growing up in Rancho Sahuarita is celebrating the 4th of July with family and friends and watching the fireworks go off over the lake.

Sahuarita Unified School District

The district is recognized as a pioneer for new educational and extracurricular opportunities: • First National Math and Science Institute program in Arizona. • Southern Arizona’s first educational Water Festival • Sahuarita’s first SciTech FestivalMultiple education grants, including the 21st Century Learning Grant and the Math & Science Success Grant SUSD is also a rapidly growing district, and has kept pace with growth through continued investment in the district

The University of Arizona

Sahuarita is less than 30 minutes from the campus of the University of Arizona, a large research university recognized for achievements in science, water research, space exploration, land development and sustainability, and public health. The University is a member of the PAC-12 and attracts students nationally and internationally.

Pima Community College

Tucson’s two-year public college system, Pima Community College, offers classes at six locations throughout Pima County. The college awards associate’s degrees in a variety of fields, as well as professional certifications and course credit. Pima also offers summer camps for kids in Sahuarita at Anza Trail School; for more information contact 520-206-6444.

Rancho Resort

Rancho Resort is a dedicated active adult development, located five minutes from the larger Rancho Sahuarita community. The community offers Rancho Resort residents a range of clubs, activities and programs, in addition to facilities that include a clubhouse, resort-style pool and green space.

Visit the Rancho Resort website