One Community, Four Villages

DC Ranch is made up of four residential villages—Country Club, Desert Camp, Desert Parks and Silverleaf—each with a distinct architectural scheme and character. The four villages are comprised of 26 neighborhoods.

Bound by Pima Road and the Reata Wash, Country Club Village has deep architectural roots that celebrate and preserve the natural character of the Sonoran Desert, as reflected in both homes and landscaping. The architectural styles range from the Western Regional Farm House and Ranch House to traditional Spanish Eclectic styles.

Other regionally relevant styles such as Pueblo, Prairie, and contemporary interpretations of Western Regional, Prairie and Pueblo styles can also be found here.

The Country Club Village and Desert Camp Village are the original villages in DC Ranch. The first homes were built in the late 1990s, with the first residents moving in to their homes in 1997.


  • Country Club
  • Columbia Community
  • Monterey
  • Happy Hollow
  • Cross Canyon
  • Tapadero
  • Iron Rings
  • Craggy Spur



Located east of Pima Road and south of Thompson Peak Parkway, Desert Camp Village features single family homes, attached patio homes, condominiums and townhomes.

Desert Camp Village is home to the Market Street commercial area, a hub of retail, restaurant and office space that functions as one of the main arteries of DC Ranch. There’s always something interesting happening on Market Street!

Desert Camp Village and Country Club Village are the original villages in DC Ranch. The first homes were built in the late 1990s, with the first residents moving in to their homes in 1997.


  • Market Street Villas
  • Courtyards at Market Street
  • Village at Market Street
  • Desert Camp Villas
  • Pioneer
  • Montelena
  • Camelot 93rd Place
  • Camelot 94th Way
  • Camelot 96th Way
  • Rosewood
  • The Haciendas

Located east of Pima Road and south of Legacy Boulevard, Desert Parks Village is home to custom and non-custom single family and attached homes and luxury apartments. Each neighborhood has a park, natural wash areas and private gated access. The architectural styles for these homes include Spanish Eclectic styles, Western Regional Ranch and Craftsman Bungalow. By design, the village is meant to facilitate community through the use of shade, open areas, play structures and low-density lighting that invites residents to come out of their homes and connect with neighbors.


  • Maracay Desert Haciendas
  • The Villas
  • Terraces West
  • Terraces East
  • Villas at Desert Park
  • Ashton Woods Park
  • Ashton Woods Manor
  • The Estates
  • Courtyards at Desert Parks
  • Camden Foothills*
  • Desert Parks Vista*

*apartment complex

Silverleaf is an exclusive enclave that derives a special quality from the adjacent hillsides of the McDowell Mountains. Spanish and Mediterranean Revival Estate architectural styles provide grand estate-character architecture. Formal estate gardens are found around the homes, which are then surrounded by significant natural open space desert. Many of these custom lots are situated on The Silverleaf Golf Course, while others climb into the hillsides with expansive views of the Valley below.

Other parts of the community feature a series of interconnected neighborhoods, more formal landscape compositions, tree-lined streets, paved alleyways, and 11 parks. This neighborhood is situated in close proximity to Copper Ridge School and includes a pedestrian underpass for children walking or bicycling to school.


  • Rob’s Camp
  • Silverleaf Village 5.1-5.7
  • Silverleaf Village 102nd St.
  • Saguaro Canyon
  • Whistling Wind
  • Wingspan
  • Acacia Court
  • Veranda Place
  • Crescent Park
  • Villas at Silverleaf
  • Canyon Villas at Silverleaf
  • Canyon Villas
  • The Sterling Estates
  • North Arcadia
  • East Arcadia
  • West Arcadia

The Silverleaf Club and Golf Course

Each neighborhood in DC Ranch (more than 40 in all) elects a designated resident to serve as their liaison to the Ranch Association Board of Directors. Neighborhood Voting Members (NVMs) cast the sole vote for their neighborhood when electing the Board. They are also responsible for disseminating Ranch Association information to their respective neighborhoods. There are 44 NVM positions in DC Ranch.