Community Areas

New Recreation Center Pool Hours – Starting Saturday, August 15, 2020:

(These hours are subject to change due to weather, mechanical or other purposes)

 

Recreation Center 1

Ranch Circle South & Mountain Parkway

Pool and pool area opens at 6:30 am and will close at 8:30 pm daily.

We ask that you follow the COVID-19 guidelines and all other MPRHOA pool rules, regulations and requirements posted on the pool entry gates and MPRHOA website.

 

 Recreation Center 2

(Ranch Circle North & 41st Street)

Pool and pool area opens at 8:00 am and will close at 6:30 pm daily.

We ask that you follow the COVID-19 guidelines and all other MPRHOA pool rules, regulations and requirements posted on the pool entry gates and MPRHOA website.

 

Recreation Center 3

(Thunderhill & Ray Road)

Pool and pool area opens at 9:00 am and will close at 7:30 pm daily.

We ask that you follow the COVID-19 guidelines and all other MPRHOA pool rules, regulations and requirements posted on the pool entry gates and website.

 

Mountain Park Ranch Community Areas

Mountain Park Ranch maintains three beautiful recreational areas that include pool, spa, tennis courts, children’s pool and playground area, volleyball and picnic areas for our members to use. Let’s work together as a community to keep these areas clean and safe for all to use.

For more information or for any questions/concerns, please contact our office.

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Preserving our Mountainsides, by Karin, MPRHOA Homeowner

We’re all proud of the natural desert beauty and hillsides of Mountain Park Ranch. We live in a beautiful desert habitat. It’s called a “preserve” because many residents are preserving it for the common good. Recently, however, people have been ignoring signs and creating their own paths over the natural setting of wildlife, cacti, and desert vegetation of the MPR Preserve. This impacts the desert habitat by creating new unsanctioned paths through the mountainsides, creating unsightly trails and hastening erosion. We share a fragile desert environment and it is everyone’s responsibility to maintain it in its natural state.

Many of these hikers may be well-intentioned residents who don’t realize they are degrading the natural desert environment. Many of these people are just unaware of the harm they are doing. They pay their association fees, just like the rest of us do. However, those who hike and bike the unsanctioned trails force the HOA to spend funds to replace damaged signs and mitigate the damage caused by those who consider their individual rights more important than the collective rights of the community.

The big attraction for most of us in this mountain preserve is simple—it’s the most beautiful preserve in the area—the envy of Phoenix, set aside not only for us, but for future generations. We believe the majority of MPR residents want to preserve this resource and our home values.

 

 

 

Tennis & Pickleball Courts (OPENING Saturday May, 9th)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

This important notice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) is being posted at the Mountain Park Ranch HOA (MPRHOA) tennis and pickleball courts.  We know that Members, their Guests and Other Visitors utilize our common area amenities, which could make us all susceptible to the Coronavirus.

 Pursuant to Governor Ducey’s Guidelines, we ask that no more than a maximum of 10 people occupy the tennis and/or pickleball courts at one given time, which means inside the gate area.  In addition, you should also follow the guidelines that require each person to be 6 feet away from any other person, and wear mask and gloves.  MPRHOA is held harmless if you do not follow these social distancing guidelines.  You are entering the courts at your own risk.  If MPRHOA receives information that individuals are not following these guidelines, MPRHOA will be forced to close the courts again.  We please ask that you follow these guidelines.

 MPRHOA encourages its residents keep updated on all developments related to Coronavirus by tuning in to the local and national news stations, and communications from WHO, CDC, and other authorized organizations. Here is the link to the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/ for additional information and updates

Picture taken at Recreation Center 2 Tennis Court

Location 1

15216 S. Ranch Circle Dr.

Heated Pool

Hours:
7 Days a week
6:30 am – 08:30 pm

  • Heated Jr. Olympic Pool
  • Heated Spa
  • Children’s Pool
  • Tennis Court, Premier Cushion Surface
  • Pickle ball Court
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Basketball ½ Court
  • Pool Monitors, Summer Months Only
  • Cooking and Picnic Area

Location 2

3939 N Ranch Circle

Hours:
7 Days a week
8:00 am – 06:30 pm

  • Jr. Olympic Pool, not heated
  • Heated Spa
  • Children’s Pool
  • Two Tennis Courts, Premier Cushion Surface
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Large Grass Area
  • Pool Monitors, Summer Months Only
  • Cooking and Picnic Area

Location 3

2578 E. Thunderhill Place

Hours:
7 Days a week
9:00 am – 07:30 pm

  • Jr. Olympic Pool, not heated
  • Heated Spa
  • Children’s Pool
  • Two Tennis Courts, Premier Cushion Surface
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Large Grass Area
  • Pool Monitors, Summer Months Only
  • Cooking and Picnic Area

Visit our Pools Page to see pool rules enforced by our pool monitors.