Explore Casa Grande and Pinal County


CGdowntownsign-bevelCasa Grande

Casa Grande offers a wide variety of entertainment, shopping, and adventures!  

Local Attractions: Casa Grande Valley Historical Society Museum; unique boutiques, galleries, cafes, and artisan shops in historic downtown; Casa Grande Ruins (Coolidge); Ak-Chin Him Dak Cultural Center (Maricopa); Casa Grande Mountain Park; Evergreen Historic District; Paramount Theater. Explore the city and discover many more.

Events and Entertainment: Downtown Street Scene First Tuesday evening monthly; Downtown Farmers Market First Tuesday morning monthly; events produced by the BlackBox Foundation; Food, Drinks & Fun hosted monthly by The Loop CG; Second Saturdays @ The Museum; Electric Light Parade. Explore the calendars linked below to learn more about arts & entertainment in Casa Grande.

CG-POPsign-bevelOutdoor Adventures: Casa Grande Mountain Park, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, historic downtown walking tours, guided tours of local cotton gins and dairy farms including Caywood Farms and Shamrock Farms, bicycling almost year round including tours with local shops like the Round Trip Bike Shop, and a wide variety of outdoor City Parks.

For more local event and entertainment listings in print and online visit:

The Casa Grande Dispatch Event Calendar

The Loop CG

Casa Grande Main Street

The Blackbox Foundation

Chamber of Commerce Calendar

The Museum Calendar

SO MUCH MORE! Visit the Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce

Enjoy your local adventure!


Pinal County

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.

Historical Attractions: Casa Grande Valley Historical Society, Sunland Visitors Center, Santa Cruz Valley Museum & Historic Toltec School, Town of Florence, Superior Historical Museum, Kearny mines, Tonto National Park Cliff Dwellings, Gila River Indian Community Center Heritage Park, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Ak-Chin Him Dak Eco-Museum, Saint Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery, Ira H. Hayes Veteran's Memorial Park in Sacaton, Bureau of Indian Affair Historic House, Oracle Historical Society & Arcadia Ranch and so many more!

Events & Attractions: O'odham Tash Days Celebration, Cotton Days, Fiestas Patrias in Eloy, Florence Founders Days, Plein Air Art Festival, Cactus State Regional Fly In, Cactus Fly In; Central Arizona College Performing Arts Center.

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.