You move into a new home in a new community — possibly even a new town or new state — and you don’t know anyone.

Hopefully, you have a chance to meet your next-door neighbor. Maybe you strike up a conversation at the dog park or at an outdoor concert. But what really helps connect neighbors — and ingrain a sense of community into a community — are resident clubs.

And Trinity Falls has plenty.

The Trinity Falls lifestyle team manages these special interest groups, helping with communication and coordination. The majority of these clubs are resident-driven — a resident interested in wine or playing mahjong wants to know if there are others in the community who share the same interest. In fact, Trinity Falls Lifestyle Associate Amanda Luke and Del Webb Lifestyle Director Amaris Lozano say there’s really no limit as to how many clubs can be created at Trinity Falls — if there’s an interest, they’ll be glad to help get it organized.

From fitness-focused to game-inspired, there are nearly a dozen clubs open to all residents of Trinity Falls:

  • Beyond The Book Club 
  • Bunco Club 
  • Disc Golf Club 
  • Planting Friendships Garden Club
  • Golf Cart Club 
  • Mahjong Club 
  • Trinity Falls Cycling Club 
  • Run Club 
  • Sigma Gamma Pi 
  • Trinity Falls Women’s Club 
  • Trinity Vines Wine Club

In addition, there are even more resident groups open to homeowners in Del Webb, a Trinity Falls neighborhood for active adults ages 55 and up. These include:

  • Israel Club
  • Bingo Group
  • Bunco Group
  • Soleful Strutters Hike Group
  • Bocce Ball Group
  • Mahjong Club
  • Crafters and Chatters Group
  • Country Partner Dance Group
  • Chair Volleyball

Many of the clubs make use of on-site amenities in Trinity Falls, from disc golf to bocce ball courts to the nature trails winding through B.B. Owen Park. All help neighbors meet like-minded neighbors, forming friendships that extend beyond club meetings into everyday life.