Community Spotlight on Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago

Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago in Vail, AZ is a beautiful 55+ community that offers Baby Boomers an active lifestyle.
Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago in Vail, AZ is a beautiful 50+ community that offers baby boomers an active lifestyle.
Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago in Vail, AZ is a beautiful 55+ community that offers Baby Boomers an active lifestyle.

Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago is part of the larger, master-planned development of Rancho Del Lago. Retirees will love the community’s prime location in Southern Arizona that puts them just 20 miles southeast of Tucson and is surrounded by breathtaking views of the Rincon Mountains as well as plenty of attractions and entertainment.


Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago first opened in 2008 by K. Hovnanian under the name Four Seasons at Rancho Del Lago. K. Hovnanian built the clubhouse and about 35 homes before it sold the community to Del Webb in 2009. Del Webb is the current developer and has plans to build 522 single-family homes upon completion.

This picturesque 55-plus community is situated on a beautiful landscape with innovative, low-maintenance single-story homes that are designed for the active adult homebuyer. A homeowners’ association fee takes care of maintenance for sidewalks, common areas, amenities, and garbage and recycling removal.

Homebuyers can choose from a wide selection of innovative designs that are available as new or resale homes and are priced starting in the mid $100s. Resale homes range in size from 1,212 to just over 2,800 square feet with two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and attached two-car garages.

Retirees looking for new construction can choose from Del Webb’s new floor plans that range in size from 1,601 to 2,571 square feet. These single-family homes have two or three bedrooms, two or two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two or two-and-a-half-car garage. Some of the features include modern designs, open living spaces, spacious gathering rooms, gourmet kitchens, courtyards for entertaining, and plenty of options for customization.


A major appeal of this active adult community is the world-class amenities. Here, residents are constantly participating in fun activities and events as well as staying active with numerous recreational facilities on-site

. Residents have access to the master-planned amenities as well as the private amenities within the age-restricted section, including a 14,000 square-foot clubhouse. It features notable amenities like a state-of-the-art fitness center, aerobics and dance studio, ballroom, billiards, arts and crafts studio, internet café, demonstration kitchen, library, and hobby and game room.

Outdoors, active adults can swim a few laps at one of the two sparkling pools or challenging a neighbor to a friendly game on the tennis, pickleball, bocce ball, or racquetball courts. Golfers will love having access to the 18-hole Rancho Del Lago golf course as well as the 18-hole putting green to practice their short game. The community also provides an event lawn and miles of walking and biking trails that are perfect for a leisurely stroll or brisk jog.

One of the benefits of living in this active adult community is the exciting social atmosphere. Residents can easily meet new neighbors and become lifelong friends thanks to the community’s rich lineup of activities, events, and classes. Homeowners can join a book club, cooking class, line dancing session, poker night, or travel club to mingle with other active adults. A full-time lifestyle director is also available on-site to help organize and plan events like casino trips, holiday parties, seminars, movie nights, and monthly hikes for all residents to enjoy. With so many opportunities to stay physically and socially active, residents can enjoy a carefree and vibrant lifestyle in Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago.

Local Attractions

This scenic age-restricted community located on Tucson’s east side offers homeowners a prime location that’s close to everything they could want or need. Residents have easy access top-notch dining, shopping, music venues, and museums as well as major roadways like I-10, which takes them to downtown Tucson and the University of Arizona. Green Valley, Arizona is just 30 miles southwest and offers some of the best golf courses in the state.

Retirees can also find great attractions like the Colossal Cave Mountain Park, Kartchner Cavers, and the Pima County Fairgrounds and Air Museum, which are all within an hour’s drive from the community.  Outdoor enthusiasts will also love being close to popular parks like Saguaro National Park East, Mica Mountain, Rincon Peak, and Catalina State Park.

Del Webb at Rancho Del Lago in Vail, AZ is one of the top destinations among retirees because of its proximity to Tucson as well as its finely crafted Del Webb homes and resort-style amenities.

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