Explore Casa Grande and Pinal County
Casa Grande offers a wide variety of entertainment, shopping, and adventures!
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ArtMobile - Community-centered arts in health programs that cultivate sustainable opportunities for creative engagement, socialization and change.
BlackBox Foundation - Produce quality arts events, support arts education for all age levels, an advocate for the arts in our community.
Casa Grande Art Museum - Enjoy a diverse selection of quality art in a setting that is conductive to its viewing.
Casa Grande Main Street - Enhancing the economic vitality, promoting and marketing the District, fostering partnerships and for Historic Downtown and its historic preservation.
Casa Grande Mountain Park - Casa Grande Mountain is now home to more than 17 miles of established and marked trails.
Casa Grande Neon Sign Park - Home to 14 vintage and neon signs, installed in the Arizona Plaza site in Historic Downtown.
Caywood Cotton Farms - A fourth-generation, family-operated farming business running cotton farm tours on a seasonal basis.
Grande Central Station - Promote, educate and preserve local vintage and neon sign history through public display and to safeguard the ongoing appearance of the Casa Grande Neon Sign Park.
Paramount Theater - Providing multicultural arts, entertainment, and education for children, youth, and adults.
Pinal County is home to over 15 historical societies, museums, and cultural centers as well as a great number of art studios, performance venues, outdoor activities, and unique local shops.
Pinal County Historical Society Museum (Florence) - Florence and Pinal County’s rich history through exhibitions and educational programming.
Pinal Geology & Mineral Museum (Coolidge) - Bringing the geologic history and the story of the earth in Arizona to life.
Casa Grande Ruins (Coolidge) - Ancestral Sonoran Desert People's farming community and "Great House" are preserved at Casa Grande Ruins.
Ak-Chin Him-Dak Eco-Museum (Maricopa) - A first-of-its-kind living museum that includes and preserves Ak-Chin culture, land, and heritage.
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State Parks: Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Lost Dutchman State Park, McFarland State Park, Oracle State Park, and Picacho Peak State Park.
Local Legends: Final resting place of Charles D. Poston "Father of Arizona", Tom Mix Memorial, Picket Post Mountain, Mattie Earp grave site, Mormon Battalion campsite, Battle of Picacho Peak (the furthest west site of the Civil War), Lost Dutchman Mine, Apache Leap, and Pearl Hart to name a few.
Outdoor Adventures: In Pinal County you can hike the Superstition Mountains, sky dive at the number one drop in the world with SkyDive Arizona or jump into a wind tunnel at SkyVenture, explore the desert trails on horseback, take a helicopter or balloon ride, stroll through Boyce Thompson Arboretum, and explore the unique Sonoran Desert landscape through a variety of tours and hiking trails.
SO MUCH MORE! Visit the Pinal County Website