The four SaddleBrooke communities are located about 20 minutes north of downtown Tucson. SaddleBrooke One, SaddleBrooke Two, SaddleBrooke Ranch and The Preserve are nestled into the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains with hiking and biking trails in every direction. Mountain and desert become one providing a unique setting for the four resort retirement communities. The communities offer the newest and most extensive amenities of any of the famous Robson Active Adult neighborhoods in Arizona and Texas. From the rugged terrain to the green mesas, the four golf courses offer new challenges to every level golfer. The 21 tennis courts, the Bocce court, Pickle Ball courts and 8 swimming pools are but a few of the settings for active and not quite so active retirees to enjoy. An interesting means of continued learning in retirement is offered by SaddleBrooke’s Institute of Learning in Retirement which provides many courses, with some taught by residents in their areas of specialty. They can be taught all sorts to help with them navigate the next stage of their lives, such as technology, and to help with learning more about technology, getting them a large button cell phone for seniors, will help them with that, it will ease them into it all without bombarding them. Central Arizona College and University of Arizona offer seminars throughout the year.