This beautiful San Tan Valley neighborhood offers all that could be desired of Arizona living, including a wide range of home styles single and two story situated along tree lined streets with backdrop of the surrounding mountains and desert or with a backyard view of the Johnson Ranch Golf Club. This is a diverse community made of up of families with young children, older children, empty nesters and retirees. This neighborhood has over 6,000 homes with over 20,000 residents, all able to enjoy over 300 acres of recreation green belt space, 3 community pools, a 9 hole pitch and putt golf course, a catch and release lake, tennis and basketball courts, sand volleyball and space for other activities.
The residents of Johnson Ranch have the opportunity to enjoy all of these amenities in a community that brings family and neighbors together in a way that is truly unique.
Why live in Johnson Ranch?
The Johnson Ranch Community boasts a public 18-hole championship golf course, Walker Butte K-8 school, and neighborhood shopping centers, with a Fry’s Grocery Store which are all conveniently located within the community. Homeowners enjoy a closeness with neighbors and a level of affordability unique to the area. Located in Pinal County, San Tan Valley is adjacent to the Town of Queen Creek. Johnson Ranch residents are fortunate to enjoy low taxes and low community association assessments, which provides quality home ownership at affordable prices while offering a quality standard of living.
Golfing at Johnson Ranch Golf Club
Johnson Ranch Golf Club is a beautiful public course that winds through the community. It has a unique layout that features a front nine that is almost completely different from the back nine. After a relatively flat and lengthy first nine holes, golfers will face a back nine that meanders through rolling hills, experiencing dramatic elevation changes along the way. The back nine also features spectacular views of the nearby San Tan Mountains and the Southeast Valley. The golf course features player-friendly fairways that are open with generous landing areas but the large, undulating greens offer quite a challenge.