Welcome to the Rocking R subdivision, an upscale neighborhood located north of Lacey and east of Maple in Hayden, Idaho. Towering pines frame the subdivision, and in some sections they fill the yards. Streets are wide and the landscaping is well manicured. Certainly the most striking feature of Rocking R is the use of massive stone fountains at all of the entrances into the neighborhood. Instead of a typical subdivision sign, you'll see boulders that are branded with the Rocking R logo. The Rocking R neighborhood incorporates over a mile of walking trails, water features and gathering spots. Its close proximity to the North Idaho Centennial Trail, multiple golf courses and Hayden Lake Beach makes the Rocking R location even more desirable. The serene lifestyle of Hayden and its warm and welcoming residents make this arguably one of the best places to live! For more information on experiencing all of what North Idaho and our Hayden area has to offer, please visit Visit North Idaho.
HISTORY OF ROCKING R
The Rocking R neighborhood was originally 65 acres of farm and pasture land. Purchased by Bill and Rachel Rosenberger in the late 1950s, the land produced hay for their dairy, and later provided pasture for their horses used on the ranch and in their dude string. The Ranch was acquired and later developed by Ron Rosenberger and the first home was started on Rocking R Road in September of 2002, launching one of the largest and most popular neighborhoods in the City of Hayden. While other builders have contributed projects in the area, Rosenberger Construction has been the primary builder in the neighborhood. Ron Rosenberger is a lifetime resident of the area and has been building homes for more than 35 years.