The Mountains are Calling

Discover. Explore. Connect.

Rocking K is designed for outdoor enjoyment and engagement. Options are endless for safe, social activities for families, friends and neighbors.

Diamond Community Park at Rocking K

Rocking K’s first phase includes the initial construction of 13 acres of the 20-acre Diamond Community Park. Positioned along Rocking K Ranch Loop Road, the park is easily accessible to residents. Within the first 13 acres, residents will find multi-purpose fields, basketball and pickle ball courts, , innovative playscapes, a zip- line, and “Little Arizona” a small splash pad depicting the state’s mountain ranges and watercourses.

Community Walking and Biking System within Rocking K

An extensive network of hard surface sidewalks and natural soft paths and trails join each neighborhood to each other, the community and integrated open space. Along Rocking K Ranch Loop Road and through the green belts, residents can walk, hike, run, cycle or mountain bike.

Rincon Valley Farmers Market and Artisans Market

12500 E. Old Spanish Trail 
Imagine a farm within the community. Wander the booths at the Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market where commercial and family farms from all over Arizona bring their seasonal produce each week. Talented local artists bring handmade arts and crafts to sell and organic specialty foods, coffee and spices are also available. The Rincon Valley Farmers and Artisans Market is a community gathering place that features live music and special events.

Rocking K Market

12660 E. Old Spanish Trail
Feel like a cup of coffee, perhaps a salad or sandwich? The Rocking K Market in Vail is your local source for produce and products. This family-oriented spot offers an inviting place to come in, relax and visit with your neighbors. Featuring a market and restaurant, deli, bakery and wonderful catering, get takeout, last minute grocery’s and liquor.

Rocking K Ranch Stables

13401 E. Old Spanish Trail
The Rincon Valley has a rich history steeped in community and tradition. Once a small railroad village, the town of Vail has always been highly sought after for its majestic mountains and open ranges. Homesteaders have called this place home since 1881 and many farms and ranches were established here in the Rincon Valley. Since the 1900’s various iterations of this ranch have evolved. In 1950 a Chicago surgeon purchased the ranch and named it the Rocking K. Today, the Rocking K Ranch Stables and Boarding offers trail rides, horse-drawn wagon rides, horse boarding, team roping and other equine activities, as well as a large private ramada for gathering with a beautiful view.

Smart Homes

Choose how smart to make your home, from basic prewiring ready for future use to whole house automation. Our builders are wired that way, ready to provide you with anything from robust whole home Wi-Fi, to automated digital control of lighting, garage doors, front doors, doorbells to heating and cooling all from your smartphone. We’re ready for what you need.


Work or School From Home

In many ways it is much harder to work from home, even though it has its benefits. To do it right you must have discipline, motivation and the right surroundings. We understand that. That’s why we are a technology enabled community. We’ve worked with our award winning home builders to provide technology enabled homes and provided an innovative community, all designed to help you. Dress shoes not required. Check out remote tucson at

Dark Sky Community

Rocking K is a proud Dark Sky Community, promoting responsible lighting and dark sky stewardship, which makes for amazing and often magical night sky viewing.   And, it helps protect the ecosystem, like the many plants, wildlife and insects that rely on the darkness to forage, breed and navigate.  Check out

Discover, Explore and Connect Even More….

Vail, Arizona and particularly the Rincon Valley is a truly exceptional place to live. Not only for it’s amazing scenic location, but for all there is to do right your back door. Here are some additional amenities in the area.

Cienega Creek
Natural Reserve

The Cienega Creek Natural Preserve is a Pima County 4,010-acre parcel of land located along Cienega Creek. It is an ecological treasure, and one of the most intact riparian areas in southern Arizona. This unexpected landscape, with quiet pools, seeps, and springs shaded with cottonwood, willow and high cliffs, supports exceptional biodiversity. The Gabe Zimmerman Davidson Canyon Trailhead parking lot provides access to the Cienega Creek Natural Preserve and Davidson Canyon.  A free permit is required to enter the preserve.