Area Guide

Activities

With Arizona offering one of the most diverse set of attractions anywhere in the United States and having some of the most spectacular sites in the world; illustrates Arizona as America’s natural “amusement park”. It’s a place that offers attractions to suit every taste, where fun, adventure and breath taking scenery await you in every corner of the state. Thus, the unique city of Casa Grande’s central location makes it conveniently the center of everything within the greater Valley of the Sun. From Casa Grande you can head in any direction to find scenic routes, history, culture, hiking, golfing, an adventure or just plain relaxation. The small-town charm community of Casa Grande bustles with activity during the fall, winter, spring, and even summer. Offering an abundance of recreational, cultural and leisure activities. From one of kind museum exhibits exemplifying the rich heritage of rural southern Arizona, to hot air balloon excursions that reveal the wonders of Arizona’s breath taking Sonoran Desert, to 650 year old landmarks and historic downtown Casa Grande Main Street, you will marvel at the scope of attractions to choose from. In a community within a lovely rural setting presenting a quiet, first impression ambiance,  Arizona’s Valley of the Sun is unlike any place else in the world, so saddle up to the warmth, generosity and hospitality of our great state, and get ready for a true taste of the Southwest. Please be sure to ask the Casa Grande RV Resort office staff for more information.

Area Attractions

*Local Golf Courses (all courses listed below are open to the public)

Dave White Municipal Golf Course *Only 2.3 miles from Casa Grande RV Resort

Open all year round for great golfing in Casa Grande. Par 72 and 6651 yards from the gold tees make it a challenging course. Beautiful mountain views and mature trees line the course. The carts paths are all paved and the course’s new irrigation system makes for a wonderful golf experience. 170 acres, 18 hole course with clubhouse and driving range and chipping and putting green.

http://www.casagrandeaz.gov/web/guest/rates

2121 N. Thornton Rd.
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
(520) 836-9216

Francisco Grande Golf Course

This par 72 traditional course layout features lush fairways, over 1500 mature trees, well-manicured greens, and three strategically positioned lakes. The desert-framed golf course is the longer in Arizona at 7,545 yards and is adjustable to 5,200 to make it both challenging and fun for all skill levels. In facts, the course is one of the few that over seeds fairways, tees, greens, rough, and public areas that total over 188 acres.

http://www.franciscogrande.com/golf.asp

12684 W Gila Bend Highway
Casa Grande, AZ 85193
(520)-836-6444

Tierra Grande Golf Club

This is a 9-hole regulation length golf course in Casa Grande, Arizona. This short layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone.

http://www.thegolfcourses.net/golfcourses/AZ/14647.htm

813 W Calle Rosa
Casa Grande, AZ 85222
(520)-723-9717

Mission Royale Golf Club

A Greg Nash designed course offers golfers of all levels a truly memorable time. With a highly scenic and playable layout that blends seamlessly with the natural surroundings of the area, Mission Royale is a course worth experiencing.

http://www.missionroyalegolfclub.com/index

11 Mission Parkway South
Casa Grande, AZ 85194
(520)-876-5335

Arizona City Golf Club

This is a 18-hole course, featuring 6,775 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.6 and it has a slope rating of 117. Designed by Arthur Jack Snyder, ASGCA, the Arizona City golf course open in 1959.

http://web.golfsoftware.net/14527/

13939 S Cleator Rd
Arizona City, AZ 85223
(520)-466-5327

Grande Valley Ranch Golf Club

Lush links style course, with rolling hills framed by strategically placed trees and vegetation. The undulating greens require most at “the best greens of any course in the area.”Other golfers have said that “the course is the best kept secret in the state,” and is the best jewel of Arizona golf.” The back tees play 7,183 yards and the front tees play 5,537 yards. Regardless of skill level, the course is fun because it is challenging, but fair.

http://www.grandevalleyranch.com/amenities.htm

1505 S Toltec Road
Eloy, AZ 85231
(520)-466-7734

Robson Ranch Golf Club

This 18-hole golf course features a scenic layout with rolling fairways, elevated tees and carefully created natural area supplemented by strategically located bunkers. While testing your decision and short-making abilities, the course offers good scoring chances in several risk/reward situations.

http://www.robson.com/robson-ranch/golf/golf-club

5750 N Robson Blvd
Eloy, AZ 85131
(520)-426-3333

Outdoor Adventures & Activities

Casa Grande Balloon Rides: 1-800-611-1298           

 http://www.balloonridesoverarizona.com/

Take a thrill of a lifetime ascending in a hot air balloon, cruising over the picturesque landscape of Arizona and enjoy the peace, beauty and serenity of a hot air balloon flight with breath taking views.

City of Casa Grande Interactive Hiking Trail Parks Map website link:  

 http://www.casagrandeaz.gov/web/guest/parksmap  

North Mountain Park: 

http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=16622

Enjoy a nice hike at the “Nature Trail” at the North Mountain Park. It winds 1.3 miles across the desert scrubland, allowing isolation and views of the mountains on the Gila River Indian Reservation. The trail is not challenging and suitable for beginner hikers.

Directions to hike: From Casa Grande, take I-10 to the McCartney exit. Take McCartney east to Cox. Turn left on Cox and follow it all the way north. At Waverly, Cox turns to a dirt road and curves around the hill. Cox ends in a large gravel lot at the park entrance. Follow the park road into the park. Keep right at the first fork, then make a left at the T junction. This track ends in a nice parking area with a turn around by Ramada 1. The trailhead is just to the south of the parking area.

Casa Grande Main Street:
110 W Second Street
Casa Grande, AZ 85130

Executive Director: Lynn FitzGerald
E-Mail: downtown@cgmailbox.com
(520)-836-8744

 http://www.cgmainstreet.org/

The Casa Grande Main Street program promotes and holds several fun events in the historic district of downtown Casa Grande. Including “Art in the Alley”, street and car shows, and offers a Farmers Market.    The “Art in the Alley” is a great “downtown social” with artist’s musicians, poets, and a car show. This event is held the first Tuesday of each month from 5:30-9:00 p.m. The locations is at the “The Alley” is off Florence street between 2nd and 4th Street.

Also enjoy fresh produce, fruit, tomatoes, corn, watermelon, cantaloupe, farms eggs, hummus, mustard, soaps, exotic oils, bratwurst and crafts. That offered at the “year round Farmers Market” in the Historic Downtown District at 3rd & Florence Street. Open Tuesday 8 am – 12 pm and Fridays 4 p.m.-7 p.m.

Arts & Cultural/History & Heritage

Casa Grande Valley Historical Society & Museum               

http://www.cgvhs.org/

(520)-836-2223

Explore the rich heritage of rural Southern Arizona. The museum offers tours, lecture series, workshops .
Museum Season: September 15-May 15 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday Noon-4:00 pm

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument                                               

http://www.nps.gov/cagr/index.htm

Explore the more than 650 year old mystery and complexity of an extended network of communities that rivals today’s cities. An Ancient Sonoran Desert People’s farming community and “Great Hours” are preserved at Casa Grande Ruins.  Open every day of the year from 9:00 am to 5:00 am except Thanksgiving and December 25th.

Casa Grande Art Museum                                                      

http://www.casagrandeartmuseum.org/

(520)-836-3377
319 West 3rd Street
Casa Grande, AZ 85130

Check out the Sculpture Garden,  that surrounds The Casa Grande Art Museum which is on the National Register of Historic Places

Driving Tours & Scenic Roads

Sonoran Excursions

Take a tour of one of the world’s 7 natural wonders, the Grand Canyon!

http://www.sonoranexcursions.com/

(520)-222-8687
PO BOX 10497
Casa Grande, AZ 85130

Casinos

Harrah’s AK-CHIN Phoenix: *Just 28 miles from Casa Grande RV Resort, 30-45 minute drive

15406 N Maricopa Rd
Maricopa, AZ 85139
(480)-802-5000

http://www.harrahsakchin.com/casinos/harrahs-phoenix-ak-chin/casino-misc/maps-and-information.html

Lone Butte Casino: *Just 31 miles from Casa Grande RV Resort, 35-45 minute drive

1077 S Kyrene Rd
Chandler, AZ 85226
1-800-946-4452

http://www.wingilariver.com/index.php/lone-butte/maps-directions

Shopping

Great Shopping and so much more!

http://www.promenadeatcasagrande.com/About

1005 N Promenada Pkwy
Casa Grande, AZ 85294
(520)-426-3055

Casa Grande Regional Medical Center

Casa Grande Regional Medical Center is a full-service, non-profit, community-owned hospital committed to providing quality health care to the Casa Grande Valley as well as the surrounding areas in caring and compassionate environment.

http://casagrandehospital.com/

1800 E Florence BLVD
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
(520-381-6300

 

Now Open All Year!

SUMMER HOURS

May 1 to Oct 1

Mon thru Sun 8am- 11am

520-709-9629


RV Sites: 350 FHU
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