Beautiful and Convenient Location!
The Arizona Republic - In the News
Follow this link to an exciting story about Augusta Ranch published in The Arizona Republic (pdf).
Traditional Golf Course
Augusta Ranch Golf Course is an 18-hole 3,788-yard, par 61. Its friendly, accommodating staff, excellent playing conditions, and challenging layout allow players of all abilities to get out and enjoy the game of golf. Unlike some of the desert golf courses located in the East Valley, Augusta Ranch Golf Course features a traditional design that will keep your smiles up and your blood pressure down.
Augusta Ranch Golf Club has been rated "Best Executive Golf Course" by the Arizona Republic, "Host Course of the Year" by the Arizona Women’s Golf Association. In addition, it is home to the East Valley Short Course Championship.
While Augusta Ranch Golf Club is the ideal facility for players new to the game, golfers looking to lower their scores will find Augusta Ranch to be a great place to fine-tune their short game. In an era of limited free time, one can play 18 holes in less than three hours. Another benefit, this course permits walking.
Augusta Ranch resident children attend schools in the Gilbert School District. Augusta Ranch Elementary is within the community. Desert Ridge Junior High and Desert Ridge High School are on nearby streets. Find out more information on each school by clicking the following links:
Parks in the Community
The HOA owns five parks, and the City of Mesa owns one park in the community. Across these parks, there are four play structures, three full-size basketball courts, three sand volleyball courts, nine ramadas, and plenty of open space.
The HOA closely monitors the look and safety of all park structures to ensure a clean, attractive, and safe area for families to play.
Plenty of Shopping
Two large shopping malls are within minutes of the community.
Recreation - Hiking, Swimming, & Boating
Augusta Ranch is situated close to the many outdoor activities Arizona has to offer. Great hiking and sightseeing opportunities await in this rugged terrain.
Follow this link to see a Google Topographic Map of the area.
There is water in the desert! You can go tubing, kayaking, or fishing for trout on the Salt River, only 14 miles/25 minutes away from the community. Along the way, you will discover magnificent vistas, wild horses and enjoy the sunshine.
The Salt River is a significant water source for the Phoenix area. In addition, the four large reservoirs offer jaw-dropping views and endless water recreation activities.