Johnson Ranch

senior man playing softballJohnson Ranch  This large master planned community in Queen Creek, now called San Tan Valley, has 3 community pools and spas, 18-hole championship golf course, volleyball, basketball and tennis courts, catch and release fishing pond and  elementary school


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Solera at Johnson Ranch


Solera at Johnson Ranch is a Del Webb Active Adult retirement Community located within Johnson Ranch but yet separated by a series of foothills. The homes were built between 2004 and 2008. It has its own gated entry and because it surrounds the foothills, Solera offers some of the best home sites in all of Johnson Ranch. There are many lining the golf course, hugging the hillsides or nestled in quiet cul-de-sacs. It is a small 55+ Adult community with less than 800 homes. They have a 10,000 sq ft. recreation center of their own featuring a billiards room, fitness center, library and outdoor pool.  The residents of Solera in addition to their own amenities have the use of the facilities of Johnson Ranch itself. Johnson Ranch is located about 40 miles south of Phoenix in San Tan Valley in Pinal County. San Tan Valley was previously known as Queen Creek, but separated in 2009. Queen Creek is now located mostly to the north of the Maricopa/Pinal county line, and San Tan Valley is to the south.

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Queen Creek/ San Tan Valley


Queen Creek and San Tan Valley are located 20 miles southeast of Phoenix. The area offers spectacular views of the Superstition Mountains to the north and the SanTan and Goldmine Mountains to the south. Once large ranches and farmland, the area is bustling with growth. The production builders have created several  Master Planned Communities in the area and the reasonable pricing has had homeowners flocking south. The area in the past known as Queen Creek was split by the Maricopa/Pinal county boundary lines. The southern half was called many names, Bella Vista, Queen Creek, Johnson Ranch, “south of Queen Creek” and even has a small community called Santan. In 2009 the Post Office changed the postal zip codes and the new area voted on a name for itself. San Tan Valley was selected and although still working on incorporation, the newly divided Pinal County portion of Queen Creek is now is the largest community in Pinal County with 80,000 residents. The Maricopa County portion, the incorporated town of Queen Creek has a population of about 26,000.The quiet rural atmosphere has made this area a popular one. The town of Queen Creek is close to the SE corner of the 202 freeway loop. Freeways have yet to be developed in the Pinal County portion.


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