Casa Grande, Arizona -
Grande Ruins National Monument
For over a thousand years, prehistoric farmers inhabited much of
the present-day state of Arizona. Among these ruins is the Casa
Grande, or "Big House," one of the largest and most mysterious
prehistoric structures ever built in North America. Casa Grande
Ruins, the nation's first archeological preserve.
at Casa Grande
This regional lifestyle center will feature a dynamic mix of department
stores and specialty shops, a multiplex theater, restaurants and
entertainment offerings. It will bring a host of new national shopping
and dining options to Casa Grande and greater Pinal County.
Built in 1929 by the same theatre chain that built the Orpheum Theatre
in Phoenix, AZ, Casa Grande's Paramount Theatre was the first talking
picture show in Pinal County.
Grande Valley Historical Society
See what Casa Grande looked like in 1879 when the railroad ended
here and the city was named Terminus. Discover the people that come
alive through our Research Facilities and Photographic Reproductions.
Peak State Park
Picacho Peak was often used as a landmark by early explorers. During
the 17th century, dedicated Jesuit priest Father Kino mentioned
Picacho Peak in records of his journeys into Arizona, and in 1775,
the DeAnza Expeditions passed by the Peak.
Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch is a family owned and operated working
ostrich ranch. Stop in and feed the critters for an unforgettable
experience. Something for everyone - they have ostrich, deer, emu,
and rainbow lorikeets to feed.
Dedicated to revitalizing downtown. Since its
inception, business and property owners, interested community members,
and city leaders have worked together to make the downtown the place
to shop and dine in Casa Grande.
At Casa Grande
Outlet Stores located along Interstate 10, between
Tucson and Phoenix, and just a few miles north of the I-10 / I-8
Interchange, at Exit 198.
The Casa Grande
Valley Fine Art Association
The Casa Grande Valley Fine Art Association was
established in January 2003 to promote and encourage all forms of
fine art in the Casa Grande valley.
Hosted by the Arizona Antique Aircraft Association, Inc. (AAAA)
with the cooperation of the City of Casa Grande, is the season's
premier aviation event. It is considered a "not to be missed"
opener to the years' up-coming fly-in events.
Step back in time and into the Old Wild West. Western American history,
still lives in Tombstone, Arizona in Cochise County. All of Tombstone
is a Registered Historic National Landmark.
Just south of Tucson down to the US-Mexico border, and east to Arizona's
Wine Country. A Visitors Guide to the Arizona Towns and Cities of
Sahuarita, Green Valley, Amado, Tubac, Tumacacori, Rio Rico, Nogales,
Arivaca, Patagonia, Sonoita, and Elgin.
Scottsdale, Arizona is a world-class travel vacation destination
and is also a great place to live. On this site you will find some
places that Scottsdale locals recommend, and not just for vacations.
Tucson, Arizona is a beautiful place to both live and vacation.
This second largest city in Arizona is quickly approaching a population
of 1,000,000. Jesuit missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino visited this
area in 1692, and founded the Mission San Xavier del Bac in 1700.
It is just south east of Casa Grande, approximately 5 miles.
Thanks for Visiting
A Visitors Guide to Casa Grande, Arizona