This former patchwork of pistachio, olive, almond and citrus groves is now the Valley’s best new place to call home. A brand-new community that celebrates the region’s wholesome values, adventuring spirit and rich farming heritage, Riverstone is dedicated to the cultivation of happy, healthy families. Come join the many satisfied residents who now call Riverstone home.
Stone Creek Elementary is open with over 300 students making their mark as the first Sunbirds!
Right around the corner from home, Stone Creek Elementary, the TK-6
Parks, open space and the thoughtfully designed amenities of The Lodge make life truly special at Riverstone.
Riverstone Has it All
For homeowners Paula and David Arrigoni, Riverstone is everything they could have ever asked for.
Go play in the parks.
Families living in the Lodge District are getting their fill of fun at Riverstone’s five parks and the Central Bark dog park. Best of all, the parks are just a hop, skip or jump away from home.
There’s a nearby river
in your future.
As the Riverstone name implies, we enjoy proximity to a pristine stretch of the San Joaquin River. Ready for fun? Bring your water toys.
The water’s abundant
in these parts.
Despite the Valley’s water challenges, Riverstone enjoys a balanced supply of this precious natural resource.*
Get social at
It pays homage to the land’s agrarian heritage, but in a fresh and contemporary way. Come discover our family-friendly community clubhouse.
Life on the farm?
It’s next door.
All things naturally grown and delicious are to be found in this haven for those attuned to farm-to-table wholesomeness.
Nuts of Notoriety
Historic S&J Ranch—the farming venture that owned Riverstone’s lands in the 1950s—cultivated figs, oranges, pistachios and olives. Today, the enterprising orchardists are credited with developing the pistachio industry in Madera.