About Lincoln Hills

What makes this place so special, you ask?

Well-Designed Homes
Custom-Fit Lifestyle

the HOMES

  • There are approximately 6800 homes in Lincoln Hills, built between 1999 and 2007.
  • There are over 40 floor plans from which to choose. Click Floor Plans to see them.
  • Sizes range from approximately 900 square feet to over 3,000 square feet.
  • These are adult homes with 2 and 3 bedrooms, and most often a den/office, as well. (retirement means no need to maintain 4 to 6 bedrooms any longer!)
  • Homes are single story.
  • Some homes have bonus rooms or separate casita’s.
  • Many floor plans offer a great room which combines living and entertainment spaces beautifully; some floor plans have traditional separate living and dining rooms.
  • Nearly every floor plan offers a large walk-in closet in the main bedroom; some have two! Often people discover dresser drawers to house clothing are no longer needed.
  • Ceiling heights range from 9 feet to 12 feet providing a spacious feel in every home.
  • We also have well-appointed condominiums.

the PEOPLE
Lincoln Hills Residents come from many walks of life with experiences and talents to enjoy and share. In large measure they add to the robust lifestyle for which Lincoln Hills has become known.

The people who live here are very welcoming individuals. No one was born in Lincoln Hills, so everyone has relocated to be here and is happy to become acquainted with newcomers. Many came from the San Francisco Bay Area as well as the rest of California. In addition, you will likely meet people from all over the country as well as abroad.

the AMENITIES
The Lincoln Hills resort atmosphere is confirmed with designated golf cart lanes and bike lanes on the main streets. The facilities truly give the sense of country club living in a down-to-earth and affordable fashion–and with no initiation fee! The community’s size makes our cost unbeatable: only $103 per month in association dues. Some of the facilities include:

  • Two Club Houses: Orchard Creekand Kilaga Springs Lodges are comprised of approximately 100,000 square feet. Having two club houses two puts amenities within convenient reach of every home.
  • Dining: Our Executive Chef receives rave reviews! The Meridians full restaurant and bar is perched on the golf course and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Click on Meridians for a closer look. The Sports Pub serves food and provides plenty of room for groups of sports enthusiasts to gather after 18 holes, a tennis match, or an invigorating game of poker! There is outdoor seating, too, overlooking the golf course. Kilaga Springs Coffee Shop offers delicious morning and lunch fare, along with ready-made take-out entrees for dinner at the end of a busy day. (open to the public)
  • Day Spa at Kilaga Springs: The staff of massage therapists and aestheticians is well trained in the techniques and services one expects at a quality spa. (open to the public) Click on Kilaga Spa for more information.
  • Two 18 hole Golf Courses: The Billy Casper/Greg Nash-designed courses are managed by the Billy Casper Corporation. They are open to the public, and Lincoln Hills residents enjoy savings on their green fees. Click on Lincoln Hills Golf Club to learn more about the courses, make online tee time reservations, and more.The pro shop at Orchard Creek serves both courses.
  • Two Full Gyms: Both gyms are complete with up-to-date aerobics equipment, free weights and additional toning equipment, large indoor pools for organized exercise and water sports, relaxing hot tubs, and comfortable locker rooms. Fitness classes are available and include aerobics, sports training, yoga, spinning, and more. Trainers are also available.
  • Two Outdoor Pools: One with a beach entry; the other for lap swimmers.
  • Indoor Jogging and Walking Tracks: When weather doesn’t cooperate, runners and walkers alike can use the elevated circular track located in the Orchard Creek gym. It has separate lanes to accommodate safe exercise and designated for different paces.
  • Eleven Tennis Courts: The courts are lighted and available for organized or individual play. We are part of the USTA.
  • Softball Field: Softball enthusiasts love it here! The regulation field is well maintained, and there are several teams giving lots of players the opportunity to participate. It’s also a popular spectator sport. Free admission, stadium and lawn seating, and the electronic score board complete the picture for the perfect afternoon. The hot dogs are good, too. Opening day each season is always a special event.
  • Six Pickle Ball Courts:This sport is fast becoming as popular as tennis. Courts are available for organized or individual play.
  • Twelve Bocce Ball Courts: Also available for organized or individual play.
  • Four Horseshoe Pits
  • Angler’s Cove: This is our stocked catch-and-release fishing spot. It is a wonderful setting to share your casting techniques with grandchildren.
  • Walking Trails: Approximately 17 miles of dedicated walking trails meander through the community in and around beautiful nature preserve areas.
  • Sports Pavillion: This is a wonderful, large covered patio situated near the bocce ball,pickleball and tennis courts, as well as the horseshoe pits and playground for young children. The pavilion is complete with tables, barbeques and restrooms and can be reserved by residents for private use.
  • Private Parks: Three small parks are available within the community. They are among the many options for a change of scene for a picnic lunch or just a casual walk-through.
  • Outdoor Amphitheater: We have a lovely outdoor amphitheater with the backdrop of a large pond and rolling golf course hills. It is the site for the summer concert series and other performances. It is also a beautiful setting for weddings.
  • Grand Ball Room with Stage: This is another venue for performances and special events for all to enjoy. It is also available for residents to use for special occasions.
  • Large Patio with golf course view: This patio is just outside the grand ballroom and overlooks the amphitheater, and can also be used for special events in conjunction with either of those two. It has a beautiful pond and waterfall next to it, and can be privately enjoyed any time.
  • Catering is available for special events, too.
  • Indoor Presentation Hall: This is hall consists of a somewhat intimate stage with theater style seating graduated downward to it. It is a particularly good venue for speakers, panel discussion and comedic performances.
  • Two Billiards Rooms: one in each of the club houses
  • Two Ceramics Studio’s: one in each of the club houses, both complete with pottery wheels and kilns.
  • Fine Arts Studio: Numerous types of art classes are offered.
  • Large Professional Kitchen: This space is perfect for cooking classes, and is also available to residents’ party use.
  • Dance Rooms: More space for dance classes and private use, too.
  • Game Rooms: There are a number of game rooms where regular game playing is scheduled; such asBridge,Poker, MahJongg, Cribbage, Mexican Train Dominoes, Scrabble, and more.
  • Sewing Room: This room is well equipped with Bernina sewing machines, layout tables and more. There is a very active Needle Arts group with separate groups of people who enjoy a variety of pursuits such as quilting, appliqueing, beading, and much more. Each of these groups put this room to use often, and it is also available for personal sewing time.
  • Computer Lab: Available for classes and Computer Club meetings. There are also a few computers in the main living room of the Orchard Creek Lodge which are available for general use by residents any time.
  • Gems & Minerals and Stained Glass: There is a well-equipped room available for lapidary projects and glass cutting, too. You will always find something interesting to see and do there.

the FUN of ADULT LIVING

Quiet time and quiet spaces are easy to find throughout the community outdoors in parks, picnic areas, and many wonderful vistas; as well as indoors within the club houses, with plenty of pleasant spots to enjoy views and inviting decor. All are available for people to have private conversations with friends, or read a book.

When interaction is desired, there is something available for everyone, withapproximately 80 active specialty clubs and groups. Below is a partial list of them. There are lots of spontaneous neighborhood groups that form, too, for such fun suchas wine tasting, gourmet cooking and dining, card games, and buncoto name only a few.

  • Amateur Radio
  • Antiques
  • Arts Association
  • Astronomy
  • Aviation
  • Ballroom Dancing
  • Billiards
  • Birding
  • Bocce Ball
  • Bridge (Duplicate, Partners & Social)
  • Bunco
  • Ceramics Arts
  • Clogging
  • Computer Club
  • Cribbage
  • Cyclists Club
  • European Club
  • Fishing
  • Garden Club
  • Gem & Minerals
  • Genealogy
  • Golf, Ladies Clubs
  • Golf, Men’s Club
  • Italian Club
  • Hand & Foot (cards)
  • Hiking/Walking
  • International Folk Dance
  • Investor’s Study
  • Lavender Friends
  • Line Dance
  • Mahjong, (both Chinese and National)
  • Mexican Train Dominoes
  • Motorcycle Club
  • Music Just for Fun
  • Needle Arts (Quilting, Wearable Art, and more)
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • Neighbors InDeed (volunteers within LH)
  • Pedro
  • Photography
  • Pickleball
  • Pinochle (Single&Double)
  • Players Club (drama)
  • Poker
  • Rods & Relics Car Club
  • Rummikub
  • RV Travelers
  • School Volunteers
  • SCOOP (dog owners)
  • Scrabble
  • Second Cup of Coffee (monthly speakers)
  • Shanghai Poker
  • Singers
  • Singles Club
  • Skiers
  • Softball Leagues
  • Sports Car Club
  • Square Dancing
  • Stamping Club
  • Super Seniors
  • Table Tennis
  • Tap Dancing
  • Tennis Club
  • Travel Club
  • Vaudeville Troupe
  • Veterans Club
  • Water Volleyball
  • West Coast Swing
  • Wood Carvers
  • Writers’ Club

Additionally there are organized bus trips for Theater, Professional Sports, Shopping, Gambling and more to destinations such as San Francisco, Reno and Tahoe to name a few.